You Don't Know Squash! Learning the Game from a Pro
ABC News' Matt Wargo goes inside the game with world champion squash player Nick Matthew.
NASA Astronaut's Photo Goes to the Dogs
We've all seen those official NASA portraits of astronauts dressed up in their orange jumpsuits usually these are very serious affairs. With the exception of this guy probably Melvin who admits that he sneaked his dogs Jake and scout he's into the photos video. Pat at after they shot went viral he
Are These 4 Companies Really the Best Places to Work?
What's the Best List of Best Places to Work? Depends What You Like in a Company
The 9 Coolest Company Cafeterias and Food Perks in the Country
The Coolest Cafeterias in the Country Get Food from Their Own Farms or Feature Themed Restaurants
2012 Top 15 Global Workplaces Dominated by Tech
Great Place to Work, a research and consulting firm, has released a list of the best multinational workplaces. Many of the leaders are U.S. tech companies. Great Place to Work, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary and is headquartered in San Francisco, narrowed down a list of 5,700 companies
The Global Note: God Save The Queen…U.S. To Europe: "Act Now"…Trouble For Elmo In Pakistan
THE QUEEN’S JUBILEE: FINAL DAY -HER JUBILEE SPEECH…Queen Elizabeth II makes a rare address to the nation this afternoon – at the conclusion of festivities marking her 60 years on the throne. Buckingham Palace said the queen recorded the two-minute message on Monday before the...
Buybacks sound good but many firms mint new shares to give to top execs
Q: Are some companies especially lousy at doing stock buybacks? Why do investors often applaud buybacks? A: Stock buybacks, on paper, seem like a no-lose proposition for investors. After all, how many times have you read that the value of a stock is determined by the supply and demand for the
Jobs Galore: Top Employers Have Thousands of Openings
150,000 Great Jobs Are Open at '100 Best Companies to Work For,' Says Fortune
The Conversation: Human Rights Watch Film Festival
But the How is this film festival different from others you know back. It is strictly human rights festival we are looking for films with strong human rights names. And mostly where we're at this when we look for films that are current and there's so many human rights issues the world. There's
IBM to acquire software maker SPSS for $1.2B
IBM is bulking up its most profitable division with a $1.2 billion acquisition of business software provider SPSS, a deal that also reflects the power of wealthy technology companies to throw their money around despite the recession. The all-cash deal announced Tuesday represents a 42% premium over