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Ranking the Supreme Court's heavy hitters
In the nation's history, 112 people have served on the Supreme Court of the United States. Suppose that we were to select the all-time greats. Who would make the cut?
How improv comedy skills became a must-have for entrepreneurs
A few years ago, for complex reasons, I attended the orientation week for Columbia Business School students. The week involved team-building exercises that forced us to solve problems together.
Starbucks retools pastry menu after customer complaints
After the coffee chain bought gourmet-baking company La Boulange in 2012, it used the acquisition to add fancier pastries to U.S. locations. Now Starbucks is discovering that some customers liked the food better before, prompting another round of retooling.
CNHI papers honored for spot news, enterprise journalism
Newspapers in Norman, Okla., Anderson, Ind., and Andover, Mass., are among those honored in the Best of CNHI 2013.
Mark Cuban's pork predictions also apply to NCAA
Colorful criticism of pro football's ambitious plans for growth could equally reflect the college game, where terms have become so one-sided that some athletes are petitioning to unionize.
Legendary? Breaking down the HIMYM finale on social media
After nine years and more than 200 episodes, the landmark CBS sitcom "How I Met Your Mother" wrapped up Monday night with several twists in the story that left its fans sharply divided. Here is a sampling of viewer reaction.
VIDEO: Pepperoni, extra cheese and...pot?
A Vancouver pizzeria has added a unique item to its menu: Customers with a prescription can order pizza infused with marijuana.
Sibling says Dexter drama motivated sisters lie of mass murder
The older sister of a self-described teenage serial killer says her sibling fantasizes herself as a female Dexter Morgan who murders unsavory characters who have eluded authorities.
“It is a lie,” said Ashley Dean, 22, of her sister, Miranda Barbour’s claim that she killed at least 22 people in different states over the last six years, an assertion that has attracted national media attention.
Wall Street suicides related to demographics, not work
After the suicides of eight people in the global financial sector over six months, investment banks have come under pressure to pay more attention to the mental health of their employees. The high-stress, competitive environment - with its unpredictably punishing workweeks - are seen as creating the conditions for pushing some people over the edge.
Fact Checker: 'Birth control' for something other than family planning?
"When 99 percent of women used birth control in their lifetime and 60 percent use it for something other than family planning, it's outrageous and I think the Supreme Court will suggest that their case is ridiculous."
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