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A camera that can see around cornersupdated: Sun Aug 19 2012 09:05:00

A camera that can see around a corner?

CNNMoney: A drop in new entrepreneurs might be a good signupdated: Mon Mar 19 2012 16:19:00

The rise in entrepreneurship seen in the United States during the recession hit a speed bump last year, according to an economic report that keeps a close eye on new firms.

Occupy LA asking court to stop evictionupdated: Tue Nov 29 2011 08:18:00

Refusing to leave their camp at Los Angeles' City Hall, Occupy protesters were seeking a federal court injunction to block their removal.

Occupy Los Angeles refuses to leave campupdated: Tue Nov 29 2011 08:18:00

CNN's Sandra Endo reports from Los Angeles as Occupy protesters defy a police order to leave their camp.

Rareview: Race matters at Occupy Atlantaupdated: Tue Nov 29 2011 06:49:00

Rareview goes inside the lives of those in America whose stories we don't always hear.

Occupy protesters rally in Los Angeles parkupdated: Tue Nov 29 2011 06:49:00

Protesters holding their ground at an Occupy site in Los Angeles rallied on Monday to highlight their success and vowed to continue their encampment.

10 ways siblings can drive you crazyupdated: Mon Aug 08 2011 10:11:00

Use these tactics to turn sibling rivalry into sibling revelry.

CNNMoney: Startup rate at 15-year highupdated: Mon Mar 07 2011 15:44:00

Necessity is the mother of invention: In this economy, if you can't find a job, make one.

CNNMoney: Teens and blacks face highest unemploymentupdated: Fri Jan 07 2011 14:48:00

The employment situation has improved overall over the last year, but large swaths of the U.S. population are lagging behind, including blacks, Hispanics and teenagers.

Solutions for 10 difficult sibling scenariosupdated: Thu Oct 14 2010 09:16:00

Your sibling constantly passes judgment on your career or your kids

Astronomers: Newly discovered planet may be able to support lifeupdated: Fri Oct 01 2010 10:04:00

Astronomers have discovered a new planet that just may be able to support life in a nearby solar system a mere 20 light years from Earth.

Life on another planet?updated: Fri Oct 01 2010 10:04:00

Astronomer Derrick Pitts talks about the possibility of life on a recently discovered planet.

UC Santa Cruz scheduled to reopenupdated: Fri Mar 05 2010 08:12:00

Universities nationwide were recovering Friday, a day after protests over education budget cuts hit campuses from coast to coast.

Protesters cleared out of San Francisco State building, university saysupdated: Thu Dec 10 2009 13:06:00

Police early Thursday cleared protesters occupying a business administration building at San Francisco State University, and school authorities were getting the facility ready for classes, a school spokeswoman told CNN.

Students protest fee hikeupdated: Thu Dec 10 2009 13:06:00

Angry students at San Francisco State University protest fee hikes and budget cuts.

Student occupation at UC Santa Cruz endsupdated: Mon Nov 23 2009 07:29:00

About 70 students at UC Santa Cruz in California avoided arrest early Sunday morning when they surrendered the administration building they had occupied for three days, according to a school spokesman.

Students vent frustrationsupdated: Mon Nov 23 2009 07:29:00

IReporter Nicki Sun shows students at UC Davis blockading an academic building in protest of higher tuition.

Third day of fee protests at California universitiesupdated: Sat Nov 21 2009 19:43:00

Demonstrators entered their third day of a building takeover at UC Santa Cruz on Saturday in protest of a tuition increase, an undertaking that a school spokesman called futile.

FSB: The best places to launch a businessupdated: Tue Oct 13 2009 10:37:00

We've all heard the hype: In our wireless world, your company can thrive from a loft in Brooklyn or a houseboat in Hawaii. Where you are doesn't matter, because we're all on the same vast, virtual plane. Right? The War on College Cafeteria Traysupdated: Mon Aug 25 2008 20:30:00

Across the U.S., campuses are chucking trays from their dining halls -- to reduce food waste and to save water and energy

Police: University researchers targeted by activists' firebombsupdated: Thu Aug 07 2008 13:39:00

Two University of California, Santa Cruz faculty members and their families were targeted in what local authorities are calling attacks by animal liberationists. FBI Probes Attacks on Scientistsupdated: Sun Aug 03 2008 20:00:00

The FBI is investigating two bombings that targeted university scientists, the latest in a rash of attacks against biomedical researchers who experiment on animals, authorities say

FSB: Study: Men twice as likely to start a businessupdated: Thu Apr 24 2008 18:03:00

The percentage of women starting new businesses dropped to a 10-year low in 2007, according to a new study released Thursday by the Kauffman Foundation. Meanwhile, men and immigrants became entrepreneurs at an unprecedented pace.

Falcon eggs relocated from precarious perchupdated: Sat Mar 31 2007 08:22:00

A peregrine falcon shrieked from above as scientists snatched three eggs from a precarious nest under a bridge, to save the chicks from a possible deadly fall or car collision when they hatch.

Study: Andromeda way bigger than thought updated: Tue Jan 09 2007 12:37:00

The discovery of several large, metal-poor stars located far from the center of the Andromeda galaxy suggests our nearest galactic neighbor might be up to five times larger than previously thought.

Cosmic flip may explain Enceladus hot spotupdated: Thu Jun 01 2006 12:43:00

Saturn's moon Enceladus might have rolled over on its side sometime in the past, a suggestion that would account for a strange finding made by the Cassini spacecraft.

CNNMoney: Entrepreneurship is steady, says studyupdated: Fri Sep 23 2005 07:53:00

Entrepreneurship in the U.S. has remained relatively constant over the past 10 years and is highest among immigrants and Latinos, according to a study published Thursday.

Astronomers: Earth's 'bigger cousin' detected updated: Mon Jun 13 2005 14:57:00

Astronomers announced Monday the discovery of the smallest planet so far found outside of our solar system.

Business 2.0: Closing The Cultural Gap You came to America, landed a good job, and started kicking butt. Why aren't you getting updated: Sat Nov 01 2003 00:01:00

Q I always receive stellar reviews and generous raises, and yet I'm not being promoted as quickly as my peers. Could my heavy foreign accent be to blame?


Americans like to think of themselves as self-starters. Just how entrepreneurial are we? According to economists Robert W. Fairlie of the University of California at Santa Cruz and Bruce D. Meyer o...

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