After Hurricane Sandy’s devastating floods in 2012, homeowners Valari and R.C. Staab wanted their beach-front home designed with rising sea levels in mind.
Tim Ferriss reveals what he’s learned about the routines and day to day lives of billionaires and business titans.
It’s been 10 years since Stephen Colbert ripped into President George W. Bush and the media at the 2006 White House Correspondents’ Dinner. Watch how, in Colbert style, he held no punches.
Mark Bustos works full-time at a boutique salon, where prices start at $150. On Sunday, his only day off, Mark goes out onto the streets of New York City and gives free haircuts to the homeless.
Stylist gives free haircuts to the homeless
In Photos: Transformations on the street
On his days off, stylist Mark Bustos gives free haircuts to the homeless. Here are some of the transformations.
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Even though we are still enjoying warm weather and winter seems far away, now is a great time to begin preparing. If you do a bit at a time before winter hits the tasks are not at all overwhelming.
So often, people wait until the last minute to take care of necessary duties. Worst yet, some people wait until snow or rain is pouring down to even begin thinking of what needs to be done.
Safety should be a top priority. Assess the quality of your indoor air. You can easily create an indoor health hazard with poor quality air. If you have excessive dust or dirt, take steps to clean it up.
Make sure your smoke detectors are in good working order. They can literally save your life. If you don’t have detectors throughout your home, you need to make that a top priority on your “honey-do” list. Better yet, don’t wait for someone else to take care of this most important task, do it yourself as soon as possible
Carla Harris, Vice Chairman at Morgan Stanley, was the first African American to join the bank’s management committee and has become a powerful voice for women in finance.
Vice Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway Charlie Munger says both board directors and executives in big American companies get paid too much.?
Steve Jobs was a wizard who “cast spells on people” to help keep Apple afloat during the company’s darkest days, according to longtime rival Bill Gates.
The Microsoft (MSFT) founder discussed his and Jobs’ leadership styles with CNN’s Fareed Zakaria Sunday. Both men are known for being tough leaders who foster an intense workplace culture.
Gates said people often emulate the negative elements of the Apple (AAPL) founder’s personality, but Jobs was also a unique leader who took Apple from near-death to its pedestal as the most valuable company in the world (before Microsoft usurped that crown this year). Apple was on the verge of bankruptcy when Jobs rejoined the company in the late 1990s; it is now worth just shy of $1 trillion.
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American Pharoah won the Preakness, the Kentucky Derby, Belmont, and now the Breeder’s Cup. CNNMoney’s Vanessa Yurkevich finds out what’s next for the Grand Slam winner.
Social engineers, or people hackers, specialize in getting you to share information you shouldn’t — like personal details that could lead to a password being stolen. Laurie Segall reports.