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Andrew Weinreich, founder of sixdegrees.com, says Facebook's expected IPO will succeed due to Mark Zuckerberg's long-term vision.
Pressure from police officers, high fees and 12-hour shifts earns a New York City cab driver a spot on the list of most stressful jobs.
Cliff Lerner, CEO and co-founder of SNAP Interactive talks about why Facebook was key to taking on traditional dating sites and why he took his company public years before Zynga.
Hotlist CEO Chris Mirabile explains how his website aggregates content from Facebook and Twitter to give you an answer.
The Occupy Wall Street protesters return to lower Manhattan - but restrictions rule.
Denny's CEO John Miller explains why 2012 is a growth year for America's diner.
Adam Kotkin, CEO of AppsGenuis has no intention of taking on app-giant Zynga. Instead, he's focused on carving out a niche for his company by working with celebrities to create their own apps.
The OWS protesters in NYC are planning for more action around the MLK Holiday.