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Office sharing

By Angela Lu
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Lifestyle | New trend draws individuals out of isolated home offices and into community

Labor Day love

By Marvin Olasky, Rachel Lynn Aldrich, Andrew Branch, Graham Gettel, Alissa Robertson & Aimee Stauf
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Business | These five people have found a way to serve others and earn a living through work they enjoy

More U.S. companies buckle under LGBT pressure

By Aimee Stauf
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Homosexuality | The Human Rights Campaign’s (HRC) list of LGBT-friendly businesses is long and quickly growing—almost 300 Fortune 500 businesses offer workplaces with…

Signs and Wonders: California cracks down on entrepreneurs

By Warren Cole Smith
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Newsworthy | Sharing economy. Does it make sense to you that there’s one parking lot at the airport where thousands of cars sit and people pay for them to do nothing,

Netflix teams up with DreamWorks for animated partnership

Netflix teams up with DreamWorks for animated partnership

By Alissa Robertson
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Business | Parents with Netflix rejoice—your kids’ favorite DreamWorks characters will soon be on demand. Yesterday, Netflix announced that beginning in 2014 it will…

City within a city

By Tiffany Owens
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City tales | Doral, a different community of immigrants, tries to merge family values with economic growth

Seven steps to not offending homosex—I mean, gays at the DOJ

Seven steps to not offending homosex—I mean, gays at the DOJ

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Homosexuality | The U.S. Department of Justice may be under a cloud these days, but on the matter of workplace equality, they’re clear as day … sort of. DOJ…

Midday Roundup: China takes home American bacon

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Historic sale. A Chinese company announced today it has agreed to pay $4.72 billion to acquire the world’s largest pork producer, Virginia-based Smithfield…

Masking integrity in business

Masking integrity in business

By Bill Newton
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Business | Jesus’ most scalding indictments were directed at those He called “hypocrites!” In Greek theater, a hypocrite is a masked actor who plays a part where…

Taxing internet sales isn’t about ‘fairness,’ it’s about spending

By Cal Thomas
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Government | In 1998 when President Clinton signed the bipartisan Internet Tax Freedom Act, which prohibited state and local taxation of internet access and internet-only…

Senate approves online sales tax

Senate approves online sales tax

By J.C. Derrick
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Congress | WASHINGTON—A bill that would tax all online purchases sailed through the U.S. Senate this week with broad bipartisan support. The Marketplace Fairness Act…

Would things go better with Koch?

By Cal Thomas
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Media | “Mainstream media” are alarmed by reports that billionaires Charles and David Koch are considering the purchase of Tribune Company’s eight daily…

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