By building a brand around tank tops and short shorts, Star Shine NYC's owners are reveling in a revealing business trend.
Philips says it'll sell them as replacements for fluorescent tubes in particular. They promise to be more efficient, warmer and cheaper.
That's better than the 7 Americans competing for every open position in 2009, but it's still double the prerecession levels.
The cost of new emissions rules could give natural gas a big edge. But a hungry world market is ready to take US production.
The Postal Service pulls the plug on its controversial plan, saying the stopgap budget passed by Congress gave it no choice.
Nearly half of unemployed Americans are under 34, while those employed shouldn't expect to stay put for long.
The company is closing 80 stores and rebranding nearly 90 others in an apparent attempt to separate itself from industry giant Starbucks.
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