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CEOWORLD magazine recently ranked the 20 wealthiest owners of major league sports teams around the world — and some own more than one team. From Steve Ballmer to Robert Kraft, see which billionaires made the list.
Some Heisman winners went on to have successful and profitable careers in the NFL, while others found themselves out of the league just a few years after being named the best player in college football.
Blake Bortles and Patrick Mahomes might represent a changing of the guard at the top of the AFC.
Millennials may have lots of good qualities, but brand loyalty isn't one of them. Their shopping habits have created an opportunity for up-and-coming brands like Everlane, Glossier, and Fashion Nova.
Take a look inside Johnson & Johnson’s new startup incubator in NYC’s SoHo neighborhood, that feels more like a rustic-chic coffee sh...
Johnson & Johnson's Manhattan outpost of its startup incubator, JLabs, is the new kid on the NYC-health-tech block. Take a look inside JLabs' new NYC digs, which with its coffee-shop vibes looked unlike any startup space we've ever seen.
Chick-fil-A, Subway, and Five Guys are some of America's favorite food chains, according to a study by the Harris Poll. The Harris Poll's EquiTrend study moniters thousands of brands to find the best brands in cateogries like media, travel, retail, restaurants, and more.
We tried the first lab-grown sausage made without killing animals. It was smoky, savory, and tasted like breakfast
A Silicon Valley startup called New Age Meats offered us a taste of the world's first pork sausage made in a lab without killing any animals. Here's how the cultured meat cooked, smelled, and tasted.
Silicon Valley’s housing crisis is so dire that this 897-square-foot Palo Alto home is selling for $2.59 million — take a look inside
Silicon Valley's insanely competitive real-estate market has resulted in a listing like this house, which is selling for $2,886 per square foot. The home's future owners will have two bedrooms, one bathroom, a garage turned office area, and a tranquil private backyard area. Take a look inside.
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Some Apple fans are building their own ‘Hackintoshes’ — Mac computers they build themselves. And they point to a weakness with Apple...
You don't need to buy a Mac from Apple to run macOS for the Apple experience. Meet the Hackintosh — computers that Apple fans are building from parts.