Can Internet Usage Predict Depression?
Researchers now say they can tell whether people are depressed without even talking to them first — all they have to do is watch how those individuals use the internet.
Is When You Eat More Important Than What You Eat?
Attention, dieters: stop counting calories and start watching the clock.
Should You Buy Shares of Facebook? — Dollars and Sense [VIDEO]
Everyone’s been buzzing about Facebook’s IPO for weeks. But as shares of the social networking site began trading on Friday, analysts warned that not everyone should jump into the fray.
Why Everyone — Even Children — Needs to Wear Sunglasses
Sunglasses don’t just make you look cool, they’re also good for your eyes. But a lot of parents don’t seem to know that rule also applies to their kids.
Disco Legend Donna Summer Dead at 63
Disco legend Donna Summer has died after a battle with cancer, TMZ is reporting. She was 63 years old.
Skechers Ordered to Pay $40 Million Fine for Deceiving Consumers
You may have seen the ads for Skechers’ Shape-ups shoes featuring spokesmodels like Kim Kardashian and Brooke Burke.
Which States Have the Highest and Lowest Minimum Wage?
With the unemployment rate being what it is, a lot of people these days are being forced to work for minimum wage. But exactly how much you get could depend largely on what state you’re in.
Could Bank Tellers Someday Become Extinct?
Many of us do our banking via ATM or other electronic means, but how would you feel if actual in-person tellers didn’t exist? A few banks are testing out new systems with the possible goal of making that idea a reality.
Constantly Checking Your Work Email Could Be Harmful to Your Health
Are you addicted to checking your work email? Well, knock it off. A new study says it’s bad for your health.
‘Dancing with the Stars’ Review: Semifinal Night
Last week saw two couples eliminated from the ‘Dancing with the Stars‘ competition, leaving us with what may be the best semifinal group yet. And on Monday night, they all danced their perfectly-toned backsides off — so who’s got the best shot at moving on to next w…
American Airlines Sued After Canceling Unlimited Airline Passes — Dollars and Sense
Back in the 1980s, American Airlines decided to boost its corporate coffers by offering unlimited lifetime airpasses for $350,000. Only 66 people purchased them, but now that American has yanked the passes from some of those travelers, they’re suing.
Yahoo! CEO Scott Thompson Resigns Amid Resume Scandal [VIDEO]
Padding one’s resume is not terribly uncommon, but former Yahoo! CEO Scott Thompson learned the hard way that it’s never a good idea — after just four months on the job, he’s stepped down from his position after it came to light that he didn&Clos…