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Heavy snow strands New York drivers for over 12 hoursupdated: Thu Dec 02 2010 17:36:00

Heavy snow has shut down Interstate 90 near Buffalo, New York, leaving motorists stranded for more than 12 hours as of Thursday morning, with more snow on the way.

Somali lawmakers back new prime ministerupdated: Sun Oct 31 2010 12:20:00

Somalia's new prime minister, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, won the backing of lawmakers Sunday to become the head of government, the president's office announced.

Some travelers push the envelope on all-you-can-jet dealupdated: Tue Sep 08 2009 12:30:00

Clark Dever and Joe Dinardo have always taken things to the extreme.

FSB: Free advice: Pricelessupdated: Tue Mar 31 2009 09:16:00

Karen Usher has a secret weapon. She's the founder of TPO, a human resources outsourcing company in Falls Church, Va. Every year for more than a decade, TPO has averaged 30% sales growth. The firm had about $5 million in 2008 revenues and is "ultraprofitable," Usher says.

Turning to trucking, televised resumes in a slumpupdated: Thu Mar 05 2009 16:06:00

With the financial industry meltdown hitting New York with full force and the ripple effects pounding the surrounding states, the Northeast has been feeling the pain of the economic crisis especially hard.

Leading light in African human rights killed in Buffalo crashupdated: Sat Feb 14 2009 13:20:00

A leading human rights official known for her expertise on the Rwandan genocide was traveling on the Newark-to-Buffalo flight that crashed into a house, killing all 49 people aboard the plane and one person on the ground.

How your laptop will just keep getting fasterupdated: Fri Feb 06 2009 10:28:00

Since the invention of the transistor, silicon semiconductors have been king. But now silicon-based transistors are nearing the limit of their potential. Excess heat and manufacturing hurdles are impeding the development of ever-faster and smaller processors. Frank Deford: The makeup of college football behind lack of black coahesupdated: Wed Jan 07 2009 19:35:00

When you think about it, college football is really a strange duck. Things are just more different in college football than in our other major sports. Celebrity Worship: Good for Your Health?updated: Mon Sep 15 2008 12:00:00

A study finds that bit of celebrity worship can boost self-esteem. That's not a bad thing, as long as you realize the difference between the celebrity's life and your own

FSB: Small-business owners' outlook bleakupdated: Fri Aug 15 2008 12:26:00

Is the country in a recession? While economists debate the question, small-business owners live it. Talking Out Trauma: Not Always a Help updated: Thu Jun 05 2008 19:00:00

Victims of disasters are told it's good to talk about your feelings. But a new study questions the benefits

SUNY Buffalo art: It's not bio-terror, but is it illegal anyway?updated: Mon Jul 12 2004 10:33:00

SUNY Buffalo art professor Steven Kurtz, his publisher, and their scientific and artistic colleagues are embroiled in court proceedings that began as a full federal bio-terrorism investigation, and ended up as charges of wire and mail fraud.

CNNMoney: Junior achievementupdated: Fri Mar 19 2004 10:41:00

BEND, Ore. (CNN/Money) - As a whole, Americans in their early twenties have a reputation for doing more than their share of credit card spending and not a lot of saving or investing.


Scientists don't feel sympathy for the middle managers of the 1990s; they feel empathy. While the number of Ph.D.s awarded in all sciences increased to nearly 19,500 in 1993, up 25% from 1983, the ...

Money Magazine: HOW THE 12B-1 BITE CHEWS UP YOUR FUNDupdated: Sun Apr 01 1990 00:01:00

All your worst fears about 12b-1 fees turn out to be true. According to a new study for the Securities and Exchange Commission, the fees are an expensive burden and cut deeply into your returns. Si...

Fortune: HOW TO TAKE PART IN A MEETING Know the different stages that groups go through. And watch out for the guy sprawling in his chairupdated: Mon May 26 1986 00:01:00

Most managers take it as a point of honor to dislike meetings, at least meetings called by somebody else. ''If we didn't have so damn many,'' the standard complaint runs, ''we might actually get a ...

Fortune: THE MANAGERIAL MIDLIFE CRISIS Look back. Look ahead. Look inward. Try not to get too depressed. It's just a phase you're going tupdated: Mon Nov 11 1985 00:01:00

The promises end here. Or at least here's where you stop believing them. ''Work hard, kid, give us your best, and you'll get one of the top jobs.'' Sure. ''Marry, start a family, make the money to ...

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