With today’s roller coaster economy, many new graduates are eschewing the corporate ladder in favour of temporary positions or the chance to be their own boss.
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Three lawsuits have shed a light on some of the pitfalls associated with professional cheerleading.
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When Erik Robertson, an account executive at a San Francisco public relations agency, meets with conservative clients, he’s always sure to wear a suit and tie.
At an outlet of Starbuds in Denver the lines are long, and the green logo seems very familiar, but they're not serving coffee
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If Irish poet Brendan Behan were still alive today, he might want to amend his oft-quoted words, “There’s no such thing as bad publicity, except your own obituary.”
Hundreds of Mormon women who want ecclesiastical equality were denied admittance to a male-only session of their faith's spring conference on Saturday, in their bid to promote the ordination of women into the lay priesthood.
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It may have taken 260 years but the home of golf is finally preparing to allow women to join its ranks.