The dying chain is betting that the $400 headphones from the famed rapper can turn it around. That's a tall order.
In another inauspicious sign, the president says his massive Affordable Care Act will face a rocky rollout.
The Internet giant will offer new moms a generous 16 weeks of paid time off. Is it enough to quell the backlash from CEO Marissa Mayer's work-from-home ban?
The number of public sector jobs has shrunk by more than 700,000 on his watch. It grew by 1.75 million during George W. Bush's terms. Here's why.
New research shows government spending cuts have dire health effects. Welcome to malaria outbreaks and a rise in HIV infections.
Consultant John Thomas' idea is credited with saving the airlines, but he flies on a private plane.
Bogus claims are costing the government dearly. In 2011, the biggest chunk went to people who continued to work.
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Americans can kill two birds with one stone by filing their taxes and buying health insurance at the same time.
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