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Oakland Athletics General Manager Billy Beane, the focus of 'Moneyball,' discusses the future of data in professional sports.
It's not just grillers seeing red with higher beef prices this summer - it's everyone's problem.
Experts call it protective buffering. Others call it the little white lie or fib. But whatever you call it, some couples benefit from it and say it keeps their relationships happier.
Modern technology may make it easier for your boss to watch your every move.
When it comes to flying, men and women are altitudes apart.
There is real value in becoming your own best friend and training your brain to be more positive. And if that sounds strange, consider that it beats turning to chocolate, alcohol or your pet for support, says Elisabeth Berstein.
The birth of a new baby often means a parent chooses to stay home, but while women breast-feed and change diapers, men use the time off to advance their careers, according to a new study.
The next time you visit your favorite restaurant, keep in mind that you're being watched.
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