Feuds, mismanagement and blown races dim U.S. speed skating's prospects in Sochi.
Big events have started using a souped-up tablet on red carpets and in greenrooms to prompt stars to take and share online self-portraits.
Scrawny cattle and high produce costs are making it difficult for Hardees, Burger King and Johnny Rockets to introduce the hamburger to Africa.
At a time of year when many workers anticipate a Christmas bonus check or a holiday ham, some companies say one of the best ways to reward performance and inspire employee loyalty is a chance to shop 'til they drop.
A peer-to-peer backup system called Space Monkey is a less-costly alternative to many hard-drive and cloud solutions
Digital icons in visual communication have become an important part of art and design.
Rushing creates anxiety and resentment among co-workers that their work is less important or they aren't doing enough.
The city is expected to draw 54.3 million visitors in 2013, an all-time high and a 54% increase since Mayor Michael Bloomberg took office.
Dori Berinstein's only regret about "Marvin Hamlisch: What He Did For Love" is that she couldn't make it any longer.
The New York Public Library is opening pop-up exhibitions of antiapartheid memorabilia as well as ballots from South Africa's first democratic elections to commemorate Nelson Mandela's life.