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  • How to pick a college? 10 tips for seniors from their peers

    How to pick a college? 10 tips for seniors from their peers

    Christmas vacation is often no vacation for college-bound high school seniors, many of whom spend these weeks refining their list of schools, polishing their essays, and completing their applications. The application process can be exhausting, but it’s making the final choice that keeps you awake at night. Which school is “the one”? There’s no shortage of advice from parents and guidance counselors. But people who’ve recently been through the process – and come out the other end – have words of wisdom, too. Here are 10 things your future classmates say you should consider before sending in that deposit.

  • Is your office going to the dogs? Five top dog-friendly employers.

    Is your office going to the dogs? Five top dog-friendly employers.

    Only 17 percent of US employers allow pets, even though researchers find that dogs make employees happier, more productive, and encourage teamwork. Plus, having your Pekinese or chocolate Lab begging for a walk is a perfect way to break up a routine workday. Here are five top dog-friendly companies:

  • Six lessons from the BP oil spill

    Six lessons from the BP oil spill

    What the tragedy of the BP oil spill has taught us about regulations, technology, and how our energy diet must change.

  • Sports in the US: Year-round madness

    Sports in the US: Year-round madness

    From the bracketology of March Madness to ESPN Everything, sports has become one of the most pervasive forces in American culture. Is it a great unifying force or a sign of misplaced priorities?

  • Corporate oaths? Now even business students are expected to be ethical

    Corporate oaths? Now even business students are expected to be ethical

    Corporate oaths are the latest trend for business students following globalfinancial crisis

  • Why Panama tilts right in presidential vote

    Why Panama tilts right in presidential vote

    Most Latin American nations are electing leftists, but supermarket tycoon Ricardo Martinelli's message of change gives him an edge going into Sunday's election.

  • Arguing the size of the "tea party" protest

    In any case, experts see it as democracy in action, and that's a good thing.

  • Madoff scam saps confidence in Wall Street

    Madoff scam saps confidence in Wall Street

    Angry investors blame US regulators for one of the investment world's biggest scandals.