How malls are reinventing themselves for the e-commerce era

Westfield is building and remodeling its malls with the online shopper in mind.

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    Women drawn to the newly hot, high-tech field of statistics

    Women drawn to the newly hot, high-tech field of statistics

    The discipline offers a more welcoming learning environment and a plethora of job possibilities.

    San Francisco firm stands out in growing field of RIAs

    San Francisco firm stands out in growing field of RIAs

    Wetherby Asset Management tops a Bloomberg ranking of independent registered investment advisers.

    Change the listing price of your home by $1, and it may sell for thousands more

    Change the listing price of your home by $1, and it may sell for thousands more

    Study: There are three pricing strategies that home sellers adopt, and one yields more money than the rest.

    A turn to virtually satisfy your wanderlust

    A turn to virtually satisfy your wanderlust

    The Roundme app makes you spin in place to view panoramic photos of far-flung locales.

    A physical game rebuilt for flat-screen fun

    A physical game rebuilt for flat-screen fun

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    Michelle Singletary

    Michelle Singletary

    New law lets some pension plans cut promised benefits

    Some multi-employer plans without enough money to pay full benefits within 15 or 20 years can make cuts.

    Barry Ritholtz

    Barry Ritholtz

    For investors, it’s a perfect time to go back to the basics

    Knowing when to seek help, and adhering to the old tenets of patience and discipline, can lead to success.

    Warren Brown

    Warren Brown

    The new Subaru Outback: The definition of happiness

    The 2015 2.5i Limited is easy to drive and park and shows practical doesn’t have to be boring.

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    Bumble Bee on verge of being acquired by tuna behemoth

    Bumble Bee on verge of being acquired by tuna behemoth

    The world’s largest canned tuna company poised to buy North American company for $1.5 billion.

    District, Maryland and Virginia see unemployment dip

    District, Maryland and Virginia see unemployment dip

    Washington suburbs add fewer jobs than the nation’s capital, which accounts for about half the growth.

    Fixing the broken U.S. talent flow

    Fixing the broken U.S. talent flow

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    Wonkblog

    Investors who can’t bet on Uber are betting instead on the death of taxi medallions

    Investors who can’t bet on Uber are betting instead on the death of taxi medallions

    A 70-year-old company in New York becomes an unlikely foil for the Silicon Valley heavyweight.

    The world’s biggest canned tuna company is about to get a lot bigger

    The world’s biggest canned tuna company is about to get a lot bigger

    American canned tuna industry is now pretty much entirely Asian-owned.

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    What will the future hold for Sony’s Amy Pascal?

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    When giving to charity, is your time worth more than your money?

    When giving to charity, is your time worth more than your money?

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    The Switch

    Lawsuits against Sony Pictures could test employer responsibility for data breaches

    Lawsuits against Sony Pictures could test employer responsibility for data breaches

    Sony Pictures is now facing a handful of class actions suits from former employees upset that their personal data has leaked online.

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