Browse Sites By Tag: money — The publisher of Time, People and Sports Illustrated agreed Sunday to be sold to another big magazine publisher, Meredith. Meredith, which has Better Homes & Gardens and Shape among its titles,  said it will buy Time Inc., once one of the nation's most influential publishing powerhouses after it…
27.11.2017 0 comments From Alex — Ketones could supercharge the body in a way unlike any other source of fuel, and a startup called HVMN wants to harness it.
09.11.2017 0 comments From Alex — Bitcoin climbed past $7,000 for the first time, breaching another milestone less than one month after it tore through the $5,000 mark.
02.11.2017 0 comments From Alex — The airline announces the plan in a bid to hit punctuality targets and allow crew to take leave.
17.09.2017 0 comments From Alex — Good news everybody: National 4pm Finish Day is a real thing and now is the time to start asking/telling/forewarning your boss. Unless you've got a really sound boss and/or you don't give a fuck, it's pretty likely you work a few minutes past your official finishing time a few times a week.
15.09.2017 0 comments From Alex — "Wake me up when September ends," sang Green Day, and you can understand why: the nights start drawing in, school starts up again and summer is most assuredly over. But for anyone whose birthday falls during the ninth month, it just might be a different story. A new study has suggested that being bo…
13.09.2017 0 comments From Alex — Figures from the government are seen as a milestone in the advance of renewable energy.
11.09.2017 0 comments From Alex — Sloane Stephens defeated Madison Keys in straight sets to win Saturday's U.S. Open women's final at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing, New York. Upon earning her first Grand Slam title, the 24-year-old reacted to receiving a life-changing payday.     Sloane Stephens Beats Madison Keys to Claim U.S.…
10.09.2017 0 comments From Alex — MARS is taking climate change into its own hands.
07.09.2017 0 comments From Alex — Researchers from the University of St. Andrews have concluded that any programmer that could make a computer solve the famous “Queens puzzle” would change the entire IT industry as well as bag the $1m prize offered by the Clay Mathematics Institute in America.
02.09.2017 0 comments From Alex