Peeling back corporate declarations about 100 percent renewable energy is kind of like shucking a late-season ear of Jersey corn: removing the top layer of husk is pretty easy, but you never know what exactly you'll find as you pick away at the cob silk.
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Canadian study finds that short-term contracts are ‘discouraging and demoralising’
Price matching isn't just for coupon clippers anymore, now college students can get in on the action too.
It's not a concept for a sitcom -- UC Santa Cruz is so strapped for space it is asking faculty and staff to open their homes for students to rent.
Bitfi, a cryptocurrency wallet backed by anti-virus software entrepreneur John McAfee, has issued a statement saying it will no longer describe its service as "unhackable".
The sale of high-caffeine soft drinks to children could be banned in England, the British government said on Thursday, citing public health concerns.
Recently, a disquieting pattern has emerged. Moderate national leaders — on both the center-left and center-right — in some of the world’s richest and most advanced countries are finding it far easier to talk about climate change than to actually fight it.
Controversial companies are pouring millions into academic research – including on how the industry should be regulated
U.S. formally joins litigation that says university discriminates against Asian American applicants, raising the stakes in an already contentious legal battle.
Among the classes on offer at Cornell University this year are “The Anthropology of Money” and “Introduction to Blockchains, Cryptocurrencies, and Smart Contracts.”