A North Dakota ballot initiative to eliminate all property taxes statewide was roundly defeated Tuesday, with more than 76% of voters rejecting it.
If you’re out in public in Middleborough, Mass., don’t use filthy language. You might get fined.
You can’t anticipate every conflict of interest employees might encounter. But, you can increase the likeliness that employees act in the company’s best interest if you provide clear guidelines.
For the first time ever, Domino’s surpassed $1 billion in digital sales in the U.S. over a 12-month period. To celebrate—and pump up e-sales even further—the chain is offering a 50% off pizza deal. Only, of course, for …
With plans to double its footprint this year, indoor cycling boutique SoulCycle is recruiting new riders to its stationary peloton.
Entrepreneurs never have enough hours in the day, so it’s important to optimize your time to the fullest.
The wealth of American families has fallen to levels last seen in the early 1990s. Yet a shrinking payout for Nobel Prize winners suggests that even our brightest minds must adjust to the new normal.
The Motor City, embroiled in a conflict between its mayor, city council and city attorney is experiencing the latest chapter in a seemingly unending fiscal drama
Spain’s banks received a pledge for a huge rescue package from the European Union over the weekend. But some experts believe the bailout may end up causing more pain for the Spanish government in the long run
With the start of the London Summer Olympics drawing ever nearer, some Londoners are wondering if the whole thing is worth the hassle — or the cost. They’ve got good reasons to worry.
Every summer, phone poles fill up with colorful fliers advertising events like garage sales, flea markets and bake sales. But this year, you’re more likely than ever to pay with plastic for that tchotchke or cupcake. A new study …
One of the hardest things to do as a manager is to tell an employee he’s fired. Here are three tips for handling this gut-wrenching situation: