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Andy Griffith buried shortly after death, source saysupdated: Tue Jul 03 2012 18:21:00

The body of Andy Griffith, a North Carolina native and actor who for years won over audiences with his folksy appeal, was buried Tuesday morning less than five hours after he died.

Can Obama rock the youth vote again?updated: Wed Apr 25 2012 16:45:00

Will young American voters be as enthusiastic about President Obama's re-election as they were about his candidacy four years ago, when 66% of 18- to 29-year-olds favored him over John McCain?

The world needs more toiletsupdated: Sat Nov 19 2011 10:11:00

It does not make for pleasant dinner conversation. But we have a global sanitation crisis. More than 40% of the world's population does not have access to a toilet. These 2.6 billion people, most living in low- and middle-income countries in Asia and Africa, face the daily challenge of finding a bush, train track or empty lot where they can urinate and defecate in relative privacy.

'Glee' sends wrong message on teen sexupdated: Sat Nov 12 2011 14:15:00

Kids having sex on prime time broadcast TV? Must be sweeps month.

How to fat-proof your lifeupdated: Thu Sep 08 2011 17:23:00

It's true that there are certain times in your life (after getting married, post-kids, during perimenopause) when extra poundage seems to appear out of nowhere ... and settle on you. In fact, experts have honed in on the exact moments when you're most vulnerable to weight gain.

Malawi's 'Florence Nightingale' saving babies and mothersupdated: Tue Aug 30 2011 08:18:00

For one retired midwife, seeing too many mothers die during childbirth led her to quit her job and take on the third highest infant mortality rates in the world.

Does smoking help protect the joints?updated: Fri Jul 08 2011 08:29:00

Smoking will increase your risk of cancer, emphysema, heart disease, stroke, and dying young, but if you manage to dodge all those bullets, it may actually reduce your need for joint-replacement surgery later in life.

Snacking, not portion size, largely driving U.S. overeatingupdated: Thu Jun 30 2011 07:12:00

Over the past several decades Americans have steadily gotten fatter. Although our increasingly sedentary lifestyles are partly to blame, a big reason for our national weight gain is that we're simply eating more.

Kids get schooled in healthy eatingupdated: Thu Jun 30 2011 07:12:00

Kids in New York get schooled on the ABC's of eating. CNN's Stephanie Elam reports.

Librarians: Masters of the info universeupdated: Tue Apr 12 2011 09:14:00

Librarians, information specialists, knowledge managers or whatever title a librarian might have -- their skills are in high demand. And, though you might not know it, they are everywhere.

More education means more faith in marriage, new report saysupdated: Mon Dec 06 2010 12:46:00

The amount of education a person has plays a big role when it comes to deciding whether to make a long-term commitment to that special someone or to have a child outside of marriage, a new report says.

Back to school with bipolar? How college can unleash maniaupdated: Tue Sep 21 2010 08:16:00

The rituals of college -- making new friends, studying until dawn, excessive partying -- can stress out any young adult. But students with bipolar disorder, or those at risk for the condition, are even more vulnerable in a college environment.

Former Olympian, UNC track coach found deadupdated: Wed Aug 11 2010 11:19:00

An autopsy has been completed on former Olympian and UNC track coach Antonio Pettigrew, but reports from the examination are pending and the cause of his death has not been released, the North Carolina Office of the Chief Medical Examiner said Wednesday.

'Bookworm' turns mountain conquerorupdated: Fri Jul 09 2010 04:14:00

When one meets a woman who says she had just climbed Mt. Everest, you get curious.

Money Magazine: The price of testing your DNAupdated: Wed Mar 17 2010 04:17:00

Worried that your genes predispose you to developing cancer, diabetes, or some other disease? Simply curious to unlock the secrets of your DNA -- say, whether you have better-than-average odds of living to 100?

Ex-NFL players feel concussions' long-lasting damageupdated: Fri Feb 05 2010 21:05:00

For more than 20 years, former San Francisco 49ers lineman George Visger has lived his life out of hundreds of small yellow notebooks. In them he scrawls the minutiae of his daily life: "4:45 am left house. 2 stops to find coffee and a roll. Paper work till 9:25. 10:05 Ed called."

New help for moms with postpartum depressionupdated: Tue Nov 10 2009 09:42:00

Shortly before last Mother's Day, 28-year-old Lauren Meehan-Machos broke down in front of her startled husband. "This is more than I can handle," she sobbed.

Fortune: Do banks have something to hide?updated: Thu Oct 29 2009 14:56:00

The banks have taken some lumps since the economy went bad. But some believe their biggest headaches are yet to come.

Fortune: Fewer deaths during a recessionupdated: Wed Oct 28 2009 09:03:00

Profits are down at Hillenbrand, America's largest maker of caskets. Admittedly, this fact sounds like the setup for a punch line, but the cause of the shortage in stiffs contains lessons for politicians and business leaders alike.

FSB: America's 100 fastest growing small public companiesupdated: Mon Jul 06 2009 09:43:00

In good times the FSB 100 constitutes an elite group of small public companies: the best of the best, measured by revenue growth and stock performance over the past three years. But in this Great Recession, their performance is nothing short of miraculous.

FSB: Skydiving into a new ventureupdated: Mon Jun 29 2009 10:54:00

Matthew Fitch learned it the hard way: Sometimes you've got to look -- twice! -- before you leap.

Toddler brain difference linked to autismupdated: Tue May 05 2009 13:09:00

The size of a specific part of the brain may help experts pinpoint when autism could first develop, University of North Carolina researchers report.

Study links brain size, autismupdated: Tue May 05 2009 13:09:00

A new study links the size of a toddler's brain and autism. Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.

CNNMoney: The dam infrastructure problemupdated: Thu Apr 09 2009 13:14:00

Kentucky's Wolf Creek dam has been a hazard for years.

Great college basketball towns to visitupdated: Thu Apr 02 2009 11:01:00

It's the season of brackets, beer and, of course, basketball.

Want to live longer? Cut back on red meatupdated: Tue Mar 24 2009 10:58:00

Burger lovers beware: People who eat red meat every day have a higher risk of dying over a 10-year period -- mostly because of cardiovascular disease or cancer --than their peers who eat less red or processed meat, according to a new study of about half a million people.

Red meat and lifespanupdated: Tue Mar 24 2009 10:58:00

CNN's Elizabeth Cohen explains why your favorite steak could be the death of you.

Computer model says UNC will win tournamentupdated: Wed Mar 18 2009 10:44:00

Here's a hot tip: The University of North Carolina is going to win the NCAA men's basketball tournament.

How to win bracket madnessupdated: Wed Mar 18 2009 10:44:00

Georgia Tech professor Joel Sokol talks to's Melissa Long about a computer model for picking brackets.

Ex-cheerleader loses suit against student, school district after fallupdated: Tue Jan 27 2009 17:13:00

A former high school cheerleader who sued over injuries caused when a teammate failed to catch her during a routine, lost her appeal before the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Tuesday.

Death penalty sought against suspect in UNC shootingupdated: Fri Jan 16 2009 19:23:00

Federal prosecutors said Friday that they will seek the death penalty for a 22-year-old man accused in the shooting death last year of Eve Carson, student body president at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Fortune: Ospraie in a cornerupdated: Wed Nov 12 2008 09:39:00

Years before Dwight Walter Anderson was running the world's largest commodities hedge fund from an office 27 floors above New York City's Park Avenue, he was on the road for a software consulting firm based in Chicago.

Does drinking alcohol shrink your brain?updated: Tue Oct 14 2008 15:49:00

What's good for the heart may hurt the brain, according to a new study of the effects of alcohol.

Palin brings her folksy tone to debateupdated: Fri Oct 03 2008 08:00:00

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin set the tone for how she would approach Thursday night's vice presidential debate before it began.

Students' Olympic journey was about more than sportsupdated: Sun Aug 24 2008 14:50:00

Bethany Tuggle, Rachel Kurowski and 29 other North Carolina college students are going to be late for class. But it's all right with the professors. Cheerleading's Risky Lack of Rulesupdated: Mon Aug 18 2008 15:25:00

A new report shows that the increasingly high-stakes activity is the leading cause of severe school-sports injuries, even as it continues to avoid much-needed regulation At Doggyspace, Social Networking Goes to the Dogs updated: Wed Aug 06 2008 11:00:00

A crossbreed between MySpace and YouTube, Doggyspace allows dog owners from all over the world to come together, create profiles, and share photos and videos of their pups Is There a Laziness Gene?updated: Wed Jul 30 2008 12:00:00

Preliminary studies of mice suggest that our willingness to exercise -- or not -- may be genetic

Commuters going without to get to workupdated: Wed Jul 23 2008 10:23:00

Every day, Jennifer Bonchak commutes 64 miles round trip from her home in Raleigh, North Carolina to her job at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

FSB: Found in translation: Avoiding multilingual gaffesupdated: Mon Jul 14 2008 09:58:00

When it comes to naming their products, many large U.S. companies have veered dangerously close to international embarrassment. Scalp, Neck Skin Cancers Most Lethalupdated: Mon Apr 21 2008 14:00:00

A new study shows that where skin cancer starts on the body plays into how deadly it will be

How do you know your love is real? Check Facebookupdated: Fri Apr 04 2008 09:04:00

Ashley Shinn didn't know she was in a relationship until asked to confirm it in a message from Facebook.

Suspect in UNC killing charged in another student slayingupdated: Thu Mar 13 2008 18:24:00

The teen suspect in last week's slaying of University of North Carolina student Eve Carson has been charged in a second student killing, police said Thursday. 2 Suspects in UNC Slaying in Custodyupdated: Thu Mar 13 2008 11:00:00

The second suspect charged with murdering the University of North Carolina student body president surrendered peacefully to police early Thursday, authorities said

Business tries to cash in on brainwavesupdated: Thu Mar 13 2008 03:03:00

Ever driven down a highway while struggling to stay awake? You're not alone.

Suspect charged in UNC student's death; second soughtupdated: Wed Mar 12 2008 18:04:00

One suspect has been charged and police are hunting for another in connection with the killing of University of North Carolina student Eve Carson, police said Wednesday.

Police seek second 'person of interest' in UNC deathupdated: Mon Mar 10 2008 21:13:00

A shadowy figure in the back seat of an SUV in surveillance photos is a second "person of interest" in the slaying of the University of North Carolina student body president, police said Monday.

Students remember Eve Carsonupdated: Mon Mar 10 2008 21:13:00

A moment of silence is held before a basketball game to remember murdered UNC student body president Eve Carson.

College students' deathsupdated: Mon Mar 10 2008 12:04:00

Police announce developments in the cases of two slain college students. CNN's Stephanie Elam reports.

Thousands mourn slain UNC student; cops search for killerupdated: Fri Mar 07 2008 10:00:00

Thousands of students from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill gathered Thursday to remember student body president Eve Carson, who was shot and killed in a suburban neighborhood near campus.

CNNMoney: Fed official: 'We will do what is needed'updated: Tue Feb 26 2008 13:04:00

The Federal Reserve is prepared to handle the growing concerns of rising inflation and an economic slump, according to the body's vice chairman.

Six tips to managing workplace conflict updated: Wed Jan 02 2008 09:24:00

Ever held a differing opinion from your boss? Boasted dissimilar ideas than your co-worker? Been knocked out by a colleague over a disagreement about a project? (OK, so the last one might be a stretch, but it's happened before...)

Money Magazine: You're only as good as Google says you areupdated: Mon Dec 24 2007 11:48:00

Who's Scott Burkett? A small-time actor; a family lawyer; a techie at the University of North Carolina.

Blizzard baby boomupdated: Fri Sep 28 2007 13:08:00

About nine months after a blizzard shut down the area, Denver hospitals are reporting an increase in babies.

Blizzard of babies reported in Denverupdated: Fri Sep 28 2007 13:08:00

The weather can affect your travel, your mood and apparently the size of your family.

FSB: Anita Roddick's entrepreneurial legacyupdated: Wed Sep 12 2007 23:42:00

For years, Body Shop founder Anita Roddick's work has inspired Lisa Jones Christensen's students at the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina. Many young MBAs want to follow the passionate and politically-minded entrepreneur's lead in building fast-growth firms that embrace ideals such as protecting the environment.

A better life in no time updated: Fri Aug 31 2007 00:30:00

The demands of work, family, and daily life can leave your days feeling short and stressed. But what if you could find more hours in the day, and make yourself happier at the same time? The experts say it's not only possible, it's easier than you think! Diet Soda Linked to Heart Risksupdated: Tue Jul 24 2007 10:10:00

People who drank more than one diet soda each day developed the same risks for heart disease as those who downed sugary regular soda

Competing for more than profitupdated: Tue May 15 2007 15:55:00

The entrepreneurial challenge has long been a mainstay of MBA life. Students get together before a panel of judges to pitch their business ideas, the best being rewarded with accolades and -- often -- start-up cash.

CNNMoney: Top colleges get more affordableupdated: Thu Mar 22 2007 11:20:00

A college education may be getting less expensive at some of the most prestigious schools.

CNNMoney: Correction: Top 50 Business Schoolsupdated: Tue Feb 27 2007 13:04:00

Last week, published "Top 50 Business Schools for Getting Hired."

FSB: College Can Waitupdated: Thu Feb 01 2007 00:01:00

Ryan Allis, 22 Broadwick Corp. Durham, N.C. ( Double Dutch updated: Tue Jan 23 2007 11:26:00

Each week will select the athlete who displays excellence on and off the field as the Primetime Performer.

Business skills through competitionupdated: Mon Nov 20 2006 07:09:00

As well as learning skills through lectures and seminars, an increasingly important part of modern MBA life comes when students pit their wits and skills against peers from other business schools in competitions.

CNNMoney: PO'd at the pumpupdated: Tue Jul 11 2006 10:22:00

Along with record high prices for crude oil, prices at the pump have soared in recent weeks. And consumers, as well as small business owners, seem to have have had enough.

This week in the medical journalsupdated: Fri Mar 10 2006 13:42:00

Coffee-heart attack link clarified

Building hope on the bayouupdated: Thu Feb 16 2006 07:51:00

I wasn't ready to leave -- there was still work left to do.

Fighting germs at 35,000 feetupdated: Thu Jan 26 2006 15:05:00

You're settled into seat 20D when you hear a sniffle, sniffle coming from seat 20B and a rumbling cough erupts from the occupant of 21A.

This week in the medical journalsupdated: Thu Jan 19 2006 15:09:00

Saline solution

Fortune: QUOTED OFTEN, FOLLOWED RARELYupdated: Mon Dec 12 2005 00:01:00

In 1975, Frederick Brooks published The Mythical Man-Month. It had no right to succeed. The book detailed Brooks' experience managing IBM's bet-the-company System/360 computers and OS/360 software,...

Predatory lending: There ought to be a lawupdated: Fri Aug 19 2005 12:04:00

There's a political scandal waiting to explode.

CNNMoney: How generous is your school?updated: Wed Jun 08 2005 13:40:00

With the rising cost of college, it isn't surprising that many families are feeling strapped by the financial burden of sending their children to school.

FSB: Ready to Operateupdated: Mon Nov 01 2004 00:01:00

Dropping out of school to start a business became as much a dot-com-era cliché as trying to become the next Bill Gates. Now, thanks to economic uncertainty, dropping back into school to launch a co...

Scott Livengood, CEO, Krispy Kremeupdated: Tue Apr 13 2004 06:54:00

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Money Magazine: Resource Guideupdated: Mon Dec 01 2003 00:01:00

If the stories on these pages inspire you to do something more--or simply something different--with the time and money you donate to charity, we've compiled a host of resources.

Money Magazine: The Tickerupdated: Sat Jun 01 2002 00:01:00

--HEALTHY ECONOMY A University of North Carolina study finds that, contrary to the known link between prosperity and health, short recessions are good for our collective health. Less work means few...

Fortune: MBAs: What They Really Want When they pick an employer, choosy B-school students seek flexibility, a chaupdated: Mon Mar 16 1998 00:01:00

What attracts hot young business talent? Among new MBAs, size surely matters; big companies--and their outsized paychecks--are predictably among the most popular employers. Increasingly, though, wh...


The students shown here are revving up their minds and muscles at Caltech, ranked by MONEY as America's best college buy for the second straight year. Like other schools that earned a place in our ...


Seven of money's 10 best college values are public schools, up from six a year ago. This is great news for students who live in the same states as these schools, because their families will pay bar...

Fortune: Why murder is more tempting in New York, look who gets handouts, the line on lines, and other matters. ASK MR. STATISTICSupdated: Mon Feb 21 1994 00:01:00

Dear Probabilissimo: I believe that an unrecognized problem for our economy is the fact that consumers like me experience great difficulty when they try to buy something. For example, when the litt...

Fortune: ECONOMIC INTELLIGENCE WHAT THINGS COST updated: Mon Oct 04 1993 00:01:00

Since 1973 the real cost of a Harvard degree has risen at a 2.6% annual rate. But the cost of eggs has actually declined 5.1%. And stop barking about the high cost of movie tickets -- down 0.6% ann...

Fortune: IRA irritations, the Republican regulation machine, why fascism isn't sexy, and other matters. GIRL WATCHINGupdated: Mon Nov 02 1992 00:01:00

Another year is beginning on campus, so we turn to a question that has long engaged the minds and hearts of the best and brightest in academe: Which American college has the prettiest girls? Our pr...

Fortune: HOW TO CUT COLLEGE BILLS updated: Mon Oct 26 1992 00:01:00

Even if college costs seem hopelessly high, don't despair. You can bring them down in several ways, some of which you may not know about. -- A hardworking, brainy kid may be able to finish college ...

Money Magazine: Paying the Bills Eran Rosenthal UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL Working His Way Through School -- updated: Tue Sep 10 1991 00:01:00

Just to pay for college, Eran Rosenthal, 24, a senior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has had several careers. He has managed a clothing store, modeled men's fashions, waited ta...

Money Magazine: MONEY Magazine contents page Money College Guide 1992 updated: Tue Sep 10 1991 00:01:00

PAYING THE BILLS BY ANDREW FEINBERG How five students are raising the cash they need for college 6 Introduction 16 Eran Rosenthal, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 26 Jeremy Coate, Reed ...

Money Magazine: Q&A LESS BARK AND BITE FROM THE SEC'S NEW FUND WATCHDOGupdated: Fri Feb 01 1991 00:01:00

Her promotion in December to director of the Securities and Exchange Commission's division of investment management made Marianne Smythe (above) Washington's top watchdog over the nation's mutual f...

Fortune: Welfare and Other Frauds, Back to the Third Grade, Cutting Up in Australia, and Other Matters. And Now, a Kind Word for the Schoupdated: Mon Jan 04 1988 00:01:00

The American educational system has been getting stomped on quite regularly. In both New York and Chicago, the local school systems have lately been accounted disasters. Eminent businessmen have be...

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