Have you ever heard someone say that the company that they work for is boring?
My favorite accidental startup story involves a student in the 1960s who sent out an ineptly-worded questionnaire and accidentally created a lobster empire.
Chen Guangbiao is a Chinese billionaire, famous most recently for attempting to buy the New York Times, has an excellent business card.
The UK scientists who developed a prototype chocolate printer last year say they have now perfected it.
Bruce Weindruch, 55, has done a cool thing.
1835 â€“ The United States national debt is 0 for the only time.
Horses shoes used to be a staple of the town blacksmith.
The hottest properties in [Hong Kong] have no walls, windows or even front doors.
Braces, long the symbol of nerds, geeks, mouth-breathers and others who dwell at the bottom of the high school food chain, have suddenly become trÃ¨s chic.
When Jonathan Frieman of San Rafael, Calif., was pulled over for driving alone in the carpool lane, he argued to the officer that, actually, he did have a passenger.
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