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A slew of recent studies find that checking work email from home may be a health hazard, but in some cases more than others.
A new study finds that upwards of 36% of employees suffer from supervisors who range from the inept to the manipulative and malicious.
A new study reveals social mobility into the wealthier class is easier than commonly believed, but is still much harder if you’re not white.
A new study finds that global wheat crops to decline 6% for every degree of warming.
Massachusetts extends unpaid leave to new fathers who work for companies with more than six employees.They finally have their professional leeway.
New standards for lighting in commercial buildings are expected to save the U.S. $15 billion over the next 15 years.
New study finds one out of five hysterectomies performed in the nation may be unnecessary with costly results. Why aren't doctors discussing alternative treatments with their patients?
While environmental groups applaud the state’s recent decision to ban the controversial practice, business leaders are calling foul, saying it will hurt the New York economy.
A study on gifted individuals finds men place more value on career and income than women.
The Committee for Economic Development unveils a plan to have women represent 30% of board members in the U.S. by 2018