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  • The Price of Looking Youthful US News

    On the cover of the book she recently co-authored with her son, Gloria Vanderbilt appears poised and confident. Vanderbilt, who told "The Telegraph" in 2004 that she had plastic surgery, is one of countless …

    On the cover of the book she recently co-authored with her son, Gloria Vanderbilt appears poised and confident. Vanderbilt, who told "The Telegraph" in 2004 that she had plastic surgery, is one of countless people taking advantage of cosmetic procedures to hide the signs of aging. The easiest way to take years off could …

  • Business Advice From a Man Who’s Poured $35 Million Into Struggling Companies
    Business Advice From a Man Who’s Poured $35 Million Into Struggling Companies Fortune

    Entrepreneurship involves lots of guts, little glory.

    Business Advice From a Man Who’s Poured $35 Million Into Struggling Companies

    Entrepreneurship involves lots of guts, little glory.

  • Why Celgene, Fiserv & Travelers Should Be Bought

    Celgene shares are off 16 percent year-to-date and last week's weak guidance did not enthuse the biotech giant's backers.

    Celgene shares are off 16 percent year-to-date and last week's weak guidance did not enthuse the biotech giant's backers.

  • A Guide to Refinancing or Consolidating Your Student Loans US News

    The Federal Reserve Bank of New York estimates that Americans owe $1.2 trillion in student loans. Of course, if you are lugging around student debt, your personal numbers are likely what frighten you …

    The Federal Reserve Bank of New York estimates that Americans owe $1.2 trillion in student loans. Of course, if you are lugging around student debt, your personal numbers are likely what frighten you the most, especially if you're struggling to keep up with your payments. Which is why you may have found yourself wondering …

  • 8 of the Most Incredible Investments of the 21st Century US News

    While that's a fact of life as old as "buy low, sell high," new forces shape the market in the 21st century like never before. Here we look at 8 stocks that have had some incredible runs in the 21st century. …

    While that's a fact of life as old as "buy low, sell high," new forces shape the market in the 21st century like never before. Here we look at 8 stocks that have had some incredible runs in the 21st century. "Facebook's massive user base of more than 1.5 billion monthly users provides an almost impenetrable advantage …

  • Three Canadian universities among top 50 in the world: survey Insight

    Three Canadian universities have been ranked among the top 50 in the world by Times Higher Education.

    Violent online threats against women put University of Toronto police on alert

    Three Canadian universities have been ranked among the top 50 in the world by Times Higher Education.

  • 10 Things You Must Do Before Buying a New Construction House US News

    Buying a newly built home provides some exciting options that may not be available to you when purchasing an existing home, such as the ability to choose the exact kitchen cabinets, flooring and even floor …

    Buying a newly built home provides some exciting options that may not be available to you when purchasing an existing home, such as the ability to choose the exact kitchen cabinets, flooring and even floor plan you want. Start with studying the community carefully, says Angie Hicks, founder of AngiesList.com, which provides …

  • Don't Go Broke as a Bridesmaid (or Groomsman) US News

    Last week, American Express released new survey results revealing how much Millennials are spending on weddings -- and the numbers are staggering. When compared to the average American, who will attend …

    Last week, American Express released new survey results revealing how much Millennials are spending on weddings -- and the numbers are staggering. When compared to the average American, who will attend three weddings this year and spend about $700 per event, Millennials will pay about 27 percent more, racking up nearly …

  • 7 Surprising Foods Dietitians Feed Their Kids US News

    Most any food, I believe, can fit into a diet as long as it's part of an overall healthy plan and is eaten in a reasonable portion. Several brands are actually free of artificial additives and preservatives, …

    Most any food, I believe, can fit into a diet as long as it's part of an overall healthy plan and is eaten in a reasonable portion. Several brands are actually free of artificial additives and preservatives, and they contain whole grains.

  • AAPL: What to Do Now With Apple Stock? US News

    By now, any investor with a passing interest in Apple (ticker: AAPL) stock is well aware that the company just reported its worst showing in more than a decade. Apple's stock has already been riding a …

    By now, any investor with a passing interest in Apple (ticker: AAPL) stock is well aware that the company just reported its worst showing in more than a decade. Apple's stock has already been riding a roller coaster for the past year, topping at nearly $133, dropping 30 percent to $92 and then rallying again to nearly …

  • How and Where to Network as a Military Spouse US News

    It may just be that you need to reframe how you think about events and let yourself be open to opportunity should it come your way. Promote your professional side ... immediately. Don't be afraid to …

    It may just be that you need to reframe how you think about events and let yourself be open to opportunity should it come your way. Promote your professional side ... immediately. Don't be afraid to immediately talk about your professional side and tell the person about the job you want.

  • How to Beat Jet Lag US News

    Let's face it: Diagnosing the symptoms of jet lag isn't difficult, especially if you traverse different time zones often. Take it from Heather Poole, a flight attendant at a major carrier and author of …

    Let's face it: Diagnosing the symptoms of jet lag isn't difficult, especially if you traverse different time zones often. Take it from Heather Poole, a flight attendant at a major carrier and author of " Cruising Attitude: Tales of Crashpads, Crew Drama, and Crazy Passengers at 35,000 Feet." According to Poole, "Nobody …

  • 8 Investing Lessons From NFL Players US News

    Plenty of stories have circulated about NFL athletes who are bankrupted two years after they retire, or undergoing financial stress. "Every athlete is essentially an entrepreneur," says former NFL linebacker …

    Plenty of stories have circulated about NFL athletes who are bankrupted two years after they retire, or undergoing financial stress. "Every athlete is essentially an entrepreneur," says former NFL linebacker Dhani Jones, who now owns a Cincinnati-based private equity company. "And if you've sold it for a lot of money, …

  • Get Fueled for Summer Workouts US News

    As the days get warmer and longer, you may decide to be more physically active. If you're finding yourself fatigued at the beginning, during or at the end of your workouts, be sure that you don't start …

    As the days get warmer and longer, you may decide to be more physically active. If you're finding yourself fatigued at the beginning, during or at the end of your workouts, be sure that you don't start on empty.

  • Can You Trust Your 'Yuck' Reflex? US News

    Good, says Miryam Z. Wahrman, a biology professor at William Paterson University in Wayne, New Jersey, and author of "The Hand Book: Surviving in a Germ-Filled World." That "yuck factor," as she calls …

    Good, says Miryam Z. Wahrman, a biology professor at William Paterson University in Wayne, New Jersey, and author of "The Hand Book: Surviving in a Germ-Filled World." That "yuck factor," as she calls it, "can influence behavior, and it can encourage us to make healthy choices," she says.

  • Why Smart, Successful People Don’t Value Happiness Enough Fortune

    They often subject every situation to a cost-benefit analysis. There's a way out of this pickle.

    Why Smart, Successful People Don’t Value Happiness Enough

    They often subject every situation to a cost-benefit analysis. There's a way out of this pickle.

  • Hundreds of Colleges Still Accepting 2016 Applications US News

    There are more than 350 public and private colleges and universities still accepting applications for the fall 2016 semester, according to the National Association for College Admission Counseling's annual …

    There are more than 350 public and private colleges and universities still accepting applications for the fall 2016 semester, according to the National Association for College Admission Counseling's annual College Openings Update. The list shows which of the organization's member institutions still have space for freshmen …

  • Consider 10 Factors to Decide if an Online Degree Program Is Legit US News

    There are certain factors for prospective students to keep in mind when making the decision to ensure that they get what they pay for and that employers and other institutions will accept the degree.  …

    There are certain factors for prospective students to keep in mind when making the decision to ensure that they get what they pay for and that employers and other institutions will accept the degree. Accreditation tells students and potential employers that a legitimate, outside authority has determined the online program …

  • 3 Reasons Not to Try Shorting Stocks US News

    Recently, "The Big Short" won an Oscar for its adaptation of the best-selling book chronicling how a handful of Wall Streeters made millions betting against the housing market before the financial crisis. …

    Recently, "The Big Short" won an Oscar for its adaptation of the best-selling book chronicling how a handful of Wall Streeters made millions betting against the housing market before the financial crisis. "Movies like that show the extreme of winning," says Jeff Powell, managing partner at Polaris Greystone Financial Group, …

  • The Broadsheet: May 5th Fortune

    Dinner with destiny

    Dinner with destiny