Students With Food Allergies at Risk
Students With Food Allergies at Risk

on September 17, 2012

Children with food allergies are at risk of being bullied at school.

Walmart’s Top 20 Toys
Walmart’s Top 20 Toys

on September 17, 2012

Compare and contrast: classic toys under $15 online, or the latest Furby for $55 at Walmart?

The Top 20 Childhood Toys
The Top 20 Childhood Toys

on September 17, 2012

What did you play with the most as a kid? It’s probably on this list – and still affordable. Check out your favorite toys and the commercials that made them must-haves.

How TV Ads Target Young People
How TV Ads Target Young People

on September 14, 2012

What TV ads do young adults notice? According to new research, men like sarcasm and competition, while women prefer seeing role models and happy situations.

Google Knows What You Did Last Summer
Google Knows What You Did Last Summer

on September 14, 2012

And this summer. They’ve used maps search data to determine the most popular summer activities and destinations in various countries.

Work Stress is a Heart Attack Risk
Work Stress is a Heart Attack Risk

on September 14, 2012

Medical journal The Lancet recently published a study showing low-level but demanding jobs significantly raise the risk of heart disease.

iPhone 5 Sold Out Already
iPhone 5 Sold Out Already

on September 14, 2012

Apple’s initial inventory sold out in just one hour and they’re pushing back the shipping date. This probably means longer lines in person on release day, too.

6 Ways to Protect Your Work Computer
6 Ways to Protect Your Work Computer

on September 14, 2012

Last week consumer data that may have been stolen from an FBI laptop was posted online. How do you guard your work computer?

Average Worker’s Income Down 2.5 Percent
Average Worker’s Income Down 2.5 Percent

on September 13, 2012

Census data shows many more Americans were back to work in 2011, but in low-paying jobs.

What’s New With the iPhone 5
What’s New With the iPhone 5

on September 13, 2012

Want to know what’s changed in the latest version of Apple’s signature product? Here’s a quick list.

Should Moms Work Part Time?
Should Moms Work Part Time?

on September 13, 2012

A new survey of stay-at-home and full-time working moms finds neither is happy.

Few Plan to Switch Jobs Next Year
Few Plan to Switch Jobs Next Year

on September 13, 2012

A new survey says most people will stick with their current employer next year. Last year, a majority said they planned to leave.

Restaurants Where You Might Spot Stars
Restaurants Where You Might Spot Stars

on September 13, 2012

A dining site has compiled a list of restaurants where celebrities have been recently spotted. Any in your city?

Fast Food Menus Adding Calorie Counts
Fast Food Menus Adding Calorie Counts

on September 12, 2012

McDonald’s has started highlighting its calorie counts right on the big signboards, both inside and outside. Other restaurants probably will, too.

The Most Frugal Cities
The Most Frugal Cities

on September 12, 2012

An analysis of coupon use finds New England is more thrifty than the South, but people in populous and coastal cities use them less.

The One Percent is 288 Times Richer Than You
The One Percent is 288 Times Richer Than You

on September 12, 2012

A new report says those in the wealthiest percent of Americans make an average of $16.4 million. In the other 99 percent, it’s $57,000.

Government Lawsuit Makes E-Books Cheaper
Government Lawsuit Makes E-Books Cheaper

on September 12, 2012

The Department of Justice told Apple and publishers to stop fixing prices. One publisher’s prices have already dropped significantly.

More Free Wi-Fi for Some
More Free Wi-Fi for Some

on September 12, 2012

A Google-Boingo partnership will offer Android phone and laptop users free access to more than 4,000 hotspots until at least the end of the month.

How to Avoid 4 Common Internet Scams
How to Avoid 4 Common Internet Scams

on September 12, 2012

Consumer Reports is warning about the latest computer-related rip-offs, including unbelievable coupons and iPad contests. Here’s how to protect yourself.

Illegal Downloads? $9,250 Each
Illegal Downloads? $9,250 Each

on September 11, 2012

A music piracy lawsuit that’s been ongoing since 2007 may be over, with a judgment that one woman owes the industry 222 grand.

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