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Tobacco Lobby Opens a New Playbook for E-Cigarettes

Hoping to avoid past mistakes, companies won't oppose some regulations.

Will Salt Lake City's Growing Smog Threaten Its Economic Growth?

With smog keeping children indoors during winter months, the area's reputation for healthy outdoor living could be on the line.

Global Coffee Shortage Averted for Now, but Bean Price Could Still Rise

Brazilian drought has cut into supplies of this very important beverage.

A New Front in the War Against Smoking

Susan M. Liss of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids says marketing of e-cigarettes could undermine 50 years of progress.

Millennials Combine Entrepreneurship and Service

While many older millennials are now striving to find their way economically, they are also part of a generation concerned with doing good.

The Pen, Phone, and Stray Voltage

After pay-gap flap, Obama turns to worker training.

How the Makers of TurboTax Are Trying to Keep Doing Your Taxes Annoying

The company has long lobbied against a simplified, free tax-filing process that could take as little as 15 minutes.

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Tobacco Lobby Opens a New Playbook for E-Cigarettes

Hoping to avoid past mistakes, companies won't oppose some regulations.

Will Salt Lake City's Growing Smog Threaten Its Economic Growth?

With smog keeping children indoors during winter months, the area's reputation for healthy outdoor living could be on the line.

Global Coffee Shortage Averted for Now, but Bean Price Could Still Rise

Brazilian drought has cut into supplies of this very important beverage.

Millennials Combine Entrepreneurship and Service

While many older millennials are now striving to find their way economically, they are also part of a generation concerned with doing good.

The Pen, Phone, and Stray Voltage

After pay-gap flap, Obama turns to worker training.

How the Makers of TurboTax Are Trying to Keep Doing Your Taxes Annoying

The company has long lobbied against a simplified, free tax-filing process that could take as little as 15 minutes.

The Grisly Reality Behind Soaring Lime Prices

Mexican cartels are making the citrus more expensive in the United States.

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