A brutally honest internship plea is garnering criticism and kudos from Wall Street.
Graduate degree holders took more public assistance between 2007 and 2010, but still were fewer than 1% of the total.
It's the worst flu season in years. Workers concerned about job security are coming to the office sick and making it worse.
The carrier says access to real-time data can improve safety and fuel efficiency. Lawmakers and consumers, meanwhile, are asking for more in-flight access to electronics.
The Dow falls 51 points as investors glumly watch Congress. Also weighing on markets are profits after last week's rally. Amazon.com hits an all-time high.
About 1 in 24 drivers admit to nodding off at the wheel in the last month. And 100,000 crashes each year are linked to driver fatigue.
Employers added 155,000 jobs in December. The unemployment rate remains at 7.8%.
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