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5 ways startups have revolutionized office design

The corporate office gets a much-needed makeover.

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Verizon "Zombie Cookie" and AOL Combine for Increased Tracking and Targeted Ads

Tailored ads for Verizon customers are coming.
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A Shocking Number of People Are Still Paying for AOL Dial-up

But that's not why Verizon bought the company.

5 Scientific Reasons Why Email Is the Absolute Worst

If you hate emails, you're not alone — science is on your side.

One Map Reveals What Americans Are Most Thankful For, State by State

Turns out Americans aren't as shallow as you'd think.

The Fall Television Season Is A Major Moment in the Transgender Movement

The revolution will be televised.
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"The Day We Fight Back" Was One Huge Flop. But the Anti-NSA Battle Isn't Dead.

You were supposed to remember Tuesday, Feb. 11.
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AOL CEO Slashes Retirement, Blames Obamacare and Women for Having Babies

Tim Armstrong destroys employee morale in one conference call.

NSA PRISM Program: Turns Out You Have Even Less Digital Privacy Than You Thought

The Guardian reveals more NSA documents showing not only are they following who you call, but also most of your online activity.

5 Ways Kids Born in the 21st Century Will Be Different From Us

We all have some idea of what it means to be a millenial but what about kids born after the year 2000? How will "Generation Z" be different from us?
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Sequestration 2013: How Many Jobs Will Be Lost?

Forty percent of Americans are comfortable with the sequester kicking in. But just how many people are going to get a pink slip when it does?
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Arianna Huffington: Change.org Petition Asks Her to Stop Exploiting Women On HuffPost

Arianna herself shouldn't be denigrated for some of her site's sexist, link-baiting articles, which are purely SEO and page views-driven.
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Top 4 Songs From the 90s to Help Millennials Navigate Their Student Debt

The days of grunge rock and boy bands may be over, but these four '90s classics can still help millennials with student loans get through this semi-charmed kind of life.

Even Ross Levinsohn May Not Be Able to Save Yahoo

Barring any surprising news, Levinsohn will become Yahoo’s fifth CEO since 2008. Will he be able to make Yahoo relevant again?