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  • Staff Q&A: What's the best way to quit a job?

    Staff Q&A: What's the best way to quit a job?
    During the past week, Joe Paterno was fired, Eddie Murphy and Brett Ratner quit the Oscars and Greece’s prime minister stepped down. Just in case the trend continues, we asked our staff what they think is the best way to go out.
  • Do flight attendants really hate their passengers?

    Do flight attendants really hate their passengers?
    When, exactly, did flight attendants stop caring about us? I ask for two reasons: First, because of the luscious new trailers for the upcoming TV show "Pan Am," which depicts svelte young stewardesses -- yes, that's what they were called back then --...

    In praise of the disgruntled worker

    In praise of the disgruntled worker
    This is an ode to Greg Smith. A middling executive at Wall Street’s most powerful firm turned the global business press on its ear by leaving Goldman Sachs with a flourish, publishing an op-ed in the New York Times, calling the culture of the...

    Halloween costumes making a big entrance in 2010

    Halloween costumes making a big entrance in 2010
    Ah, Halloween. The perfect escape from the humdrum of everyday fashion normality. For those who wait all year for the chance to cake on the makeup, dress like an '80s prom queen or change their names to Cullen or Compton and insert fangs, now is the...

    Clarence Thomas’ former girlfriend talks to Larry King tonight

     
    Lillian McEwen, the former girlfriend of Clarence Thomas, gives her first national TV interview to CNN's Larry King tonight. The interview will take us back to 1991 and Thomas' confirmation hearings for the U.S. Supreme Court.  The hearings became big ne