For Israelis, the latest conflict with Hamas has been frightening, like all wars, but also a little like a high-tech reality show. Israel might be far stronger than its enemy, but its citizens are still huddling in bomb shelters
The carrier will automatically check you in for flights and e-mail the boarding pass
The president can fix the problem without Congress—up to a point
Companies such as Facebook recruit high schoolers to fill positions in their intern programs
Given autonomy, young investment banking executives work harder to prove they're no clock punchers, a 12-year study of job habits shows
In what owner Darden Restaurants is pitching as a "brand renaissance," Olive Garden is rolling out a redesigned, inoffensive décor and logo
Business majors who graduated as the economy collapsed held steady jobs and worked longer hours than most, but couldn't keep up with tech-savvy peers
If you hand-draw images for your presentation, there's a better chance people will recall more of your message—and for longer
The devices have dropped in price and let businesses get from idea to prototype faster than sending designs to outside manufacturers
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