It’s almost time for that most American of semi-holidays, the Super Bowl. The football-championship-turned-media-spectacle automatically conjures certain images in most people’s minds: bars overflowing with drunken fans; pizza, …
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Winning six football national championships in a row has brought the Southeastern Conference not only fame, but also fortune. As Alabama looks to extend the streak to seven, we examine the economic reach of the SEC empire
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From a ring that serves as a beer opener to a Ryan Gosling figurine, 3D printers are churning out some odd gifts for this holiday season.
Like their for-profit counterparts, charities are starting to embrace Big Data as a means to perform more efficiently and share that performance with potential donors.
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Update: This article has been corrected
Community colleges have long played a key role as an entryway to better career opportunities for adults in the workforce. But with the job market more competitive than ever and the