Mrs. Fields looks beyond the mall

Stale sales are pushing the cookie-maker beyond its traditional base and into an alliance with TCBY.  More

How coffee can keep workers honest

People who get too little sleep are prone to go along with unethical practices at work, a study says -- unless they up their caffeine intake.  More

A Coke exec's lessons from an unlikely visitor

One of Coca-Cola's top marketing executives found unexpected lessons about work and life from her Zimbabwean mentee.  More

Welcome to the era of Lego innovation (some assembly required)

Companies, researchers, and governments are creating breakthrough products without having to create any new technology.  More

How the Samsung Galaxy S5 stands up to competitors

Does the new Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone keep its promises? In our review, we find out.  More

The Fortune interview: Rupert Murdoch

In his first wide-ranging press interview in five years, the media mogul opens up about remaking his empire, succession and his children, his divorce, politics, and his new vineyard.  More

Yahoo reports modest earnings, but Alibaba shines

Yahoo's quarterly revenues fail to impress, but Alibaba growth rides in as a dark horse.  More

The ruble stops here

What managers can learn from Manager Putin.  More

Samsung okayed Apple attack ads 2 days after Steve Jobs died

Remember those snarky TV spots mocking Apple customers waiting in line for an iPhone?  More

Is your business persona working for you?

Get the new office rules in our exclusive excerpt from Stanley Bing's new book, The Curriculum: Everything You Need to Know to Be a Master of the Business Arts.  More

Automattic seeking to raise more than $100 million

The round will value the company behind at north of $1 billion.  More

How companies are using wearables in the workplace

Companies want to ensure that employees keep active and sleep well. Wearable technology may be the answer.  More

Why Google and Facebook are drooling over drone companies

Interest in Titan Aerospace and others is not just about the "next billion" Internet users.  More

Consumer misbehavior: Why we're terrible at buying appliances

Research shows that consumers aren't very good at buying appliances that will save them money in the long run, even when they are explicitly told about those savings.  More

How to get Americans to save more at tax time

Reminding people of the risks of unexpected financial shocks, such as unemployment and hospitalization, may not be as big of a motivator as automatically enrolling them in a savings plan.  More

Twitter plays defense with deal for Gnip

Deal follows Apple's acquisition of Topsy, one of just four Twitter data resellers.  More

Why Brooklyn Law cut its tuition

The law school recently cut its sticker price by 15%. Dean Nicholas Allard explains the school's rationale.  More

Deals of the day: Motorola selling enterprise biz

Betterment raises $32 mil, Zebra Technologies buys MOT's enterprise business for $3.5 bil, and more.  More

How to get employees to be more entrepreneurial

As companies compete on innovation and speed, decision-making comes less from executives at the top. Here are five ways to instill leadership across your organization.  More

Forbes fumbles Obama record on merger politicization

One blocked merger does not make a pattern, even if you pretend it does.  More

Watch out for those hidden fees in prepaid debit cards

A prepaid card should remain what its label suggests: a way to spend the money loaded onto the card and nothing more.  More

8 CEOs who took a pay cut in 2013

Median CEO pay inched up 9% in 2013 to $13.9 million. But not everyone got a bump last year. Here are eight CEOs who missed out.  More

Shareholder activists up their game

A new breed of investor is forcing real change.  More

Digital financial advisers bulk up: Betterment raises $32 million

Funding comes on the heels of competitor Wealthfront raising $35 million.  More

In China, a momentary pause for tech purchases

As subsidies end, the market for consumer electronics in China is slipping. But it won't stay back for long.  More

Citigroup's bad bank is doing better than its good one

Investors might want to take a closer look at the part of the bank Citi executives have been telling them to ignore.  More

How Zuck met Oculus: The story behind Facebook's big bet on virtual reality

CEO Brendan Iribe recounts the steps leading up to the $2 billion deal.  More

Manicube raises $5 million for in-office 'beauty chores'

Startup offers manicures and pedicures to working women in their offices  More

What's next for Dropbox?

The file-syncing startup has launched a suite of new tools designed to capture a greater share of your online life.  More

Is this tiny gadget the future of smoking?

Berkeley-based tech company Ploom wants to reinvent smoking for the 21st century -- and not just for tobacco.  More

Time is running out for Box competitors

The clock is ticking for enterprise file-sharing companies after their brightest star, Box, filed for an IPO.  More

3 reasons the economy has some spring in its step

After a winter of confusing economic data, some important indicators show an economy coming out of hibernation.  More

Gaming giants turn to titles as console launch buzz fades

The next generation of video game consoles has exceeded expectations, but the platforms face challenges to keep up the momentum.  More

Kleiner Perkins raising $1.2 billion for new funds

Kleiner Perkins raising new early-stage and digital growth funds.  More

Madison Dearborn's patience pays off on Nuveen

Sometimes 'break-even' can be a win.  More

Long-term unemployment: What the U.S. can learn from Sweden

The fact that other wealthy nations like Sweden have dealt with long-term employment means policy makers here can learn from others' experiences.  More

Deals of the day: TIAA-CREF buying Nuveen

To get deals in your inbox each morning, sign up for our Term Sheet newsletter  More

Massachusetts' clever immigration reform workaround

Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick unveiled a novel plan that aims to let foreign-born, U.S.-educated entrepreneurs stay in the country. Here's how it works.  More

China goes nuclear

The People's Republic is placing a giant bet on nuclear energy. Will the U.S. follow suit?  More

Why isn't Apple suing Google?

Samsung's argument that Apple has attacked the wrong company could resonate with the jury.  More

America's (quality) jobs creator: Community colleges

To prep the next generation of workers, getting the right skills is critical. And young people don't have to travel very far to get the training they need.  More

Baseball brings new tech to the plate

How Major League Baseball aims to maintain its lead in the crowded sports-analytics field.  More

JPMorgan loses money every time it makes a mortgage

That's bad news for the housing market and the economy in general.  More

Joe Nocera's thing about Apple

The New York Times Op-Ed columnist does it again.  More

Tinder isn't worth $5 billion, but it's valuable, investors say

Today's version of "Hot or Not" has more upside potential than you might think.  More

Greece's economy is still a huge mess

Enthusiasm surrounding Thursday's Greek debt offering illustrates just how desperate investors have become in their futile search for yield.  More

8 pricey stocks haunting the Nasdaq

Problem underscores a glaring weakness in cap-weighted indexes  More

Major League Baseball goes to bat with 'R.B.I. Baseball 14' reboot

One of the most storied baseball video game franchises of all time has returned, and was developed internally by the league.  More

How to pitch Warren Buffett in 60 seconds or less

At the world's richest business plan competition, more than 40 teams delivered a minute-long appeal to an imaginary Oracle of Omaha. Here are our favorites.  More

Does signing up for Obamacare make you a cybercrime target?

Malicious email from scamsters pretending to be health insurers is on the rise.  More

The worrying collapse in global trade

Poor export data out of China is the latest in a series of figures on trade that casts doubt on the health of the global economy.  More

Golden Parachutes: Why it's bad business

Exorbitant payouts to executives for leaving violates the idea of pay-for-performance.  More

GM ignition recall earnings hit: $1.3 billion in first quarter

Questions also emerge about a redesigned ignition switch's part number.  More

How Ron Cordes went from profits to purpose

The former financial adviser redefined his career in his second act by investing in a double bottom line: profits and philanthropy  More

Is VR really the next big thing?

Virtual reality technology has been in development for decades, but it's hotter than ever with Facebook's $2 billion acquisition of Oculus VR. Should it be?  More
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