Krishan Agarwal, president of online luxury watch vendor Melrose.com, told a roomful of attentive Internet retailers last week how Facebook had helped his company generate about 25
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Certain human behaviors today reflect hardwired traits that helped our ancestors and their kin over time, some of which work against environmental interests. But a little rewiring by marketers can help change that.
Technology start-ups are cracking into the higher education market and there pitch is an enticing one: A college education for anyone at almost no cost.
Part of the ideal of recruiting foreign students to American campuses is that the friendships formed across international lines will leave those from many countries (including the United States) with new perspectives and personal connections in many nations.
Michigan State University alumni who use their university email soon will lose their accounts if they haven't been a student in two years.
Egypt's supreme court ruled on Thursday to dissolve the Islamist-led parliament, plunging a troubled transition to democracy into turmoil just two days before an election to replace ousted
Britain's ruling coalition split along party lines on Wednesday when Liberal Democrats refused to support Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron in a vote over his handling of a minister
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against Yale University by a South Korean university that claimed it lost tens of millions of dollars after Yale damaged its reputation.
Corporate executives lobby Washington every day. Not many come to plead for higher taxes and stronger regulation. This week, that changed. Learn how in our exclusive report from the White House.
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