Transforming Art Into a More Lucrative Career Choice

Aiming to end the notion that “starving” and “artist” are necessarily linked, some artists have begun to figure out ways to make art and money at the same time.

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The Care and Feeding of Entrepreneurs

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After Losing Jobs, More Workers Sue

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A New Generation, Poised to Reinvent

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Drawing Your Own Map to Working From Home

An interview with Tory Johnson, the chief executive of the New York recruiting services firm Women for Hire , about managing home-based work.

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Venture Financing With a Mission Beyond Profit

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Overcoming the ‘Sway’ in Professional Life

“Sway” is a provocative new book about the psychological forces that lead us to disregard facts or logic and behave in surprisingly irrational ways.

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When Ex-Employees Vent, or Reinvent

People may attract the wrath of a former employer for a variety of reasons, but how easy is it for a company to succeed in a legal challenge against a former employee?

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Your Brain on Google

Cyberspace allows us to digest information in bite-sized nuggets. But an author ponders the effect of all this mental hopscotching on our ability to read books and engage in sustained thought.

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When Intolerance Becomes Intolerable

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