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Fall bargains

Back to school isn’t just for kids. And the bargains aren’t just on school supplies. The fall shopping season is loaded with discounts on categories that might surprise you. Money Magazine’s Adam Auriemma has tips on what to get and where to find some of the best deals of the year.


In pictures: Deadly terrorist attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils, Spain

Scenes from the deadly terrorist attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils, Spain.


Uber's former CEO is battling top investor Benchmark. Now other investors want Benchmark out

A shareholder group — including investors Shervin Pishervar, Ron Burkle and Adam Leber — are demanding Benchmark divest some of its shares.


Center for American Progress fellow: Trump administration brought infighting public on North Korea

Adam Mount, senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, discusses the rhetoric from different members of the Trump administration on North Korea and what the next steps could be for either diffusing or heightening tensions.


This is the No. 1 trait of great leaders, says a Wharton professor who's studied thousands of executives

“Success is very rarely a goal for them,” says Adam Grant.


The world's greatest leaders have these traits in common

Wharton professor Adam Grant explains the character traits that define great leaders.


Tableau Software CEO explains how ClearGraph acquisition will further machine learning efforts

Jim Cramer caught up with Adam Selipsky, the president and CEO of Tableau Software, for the latest on the company's machine learning developments.


Wharton's Adam Grant eviscerates viral Google memo: Differences between men and women are slim to none

“It’s time to stop making mountains out of molehills. If men are from Mars, it looks like women are too,” the organizational psychologist says.


Adam Grant tears into a viral google memo, saying the differences between men and women are slim to none

The social scientist and Wharton professor says data on gender differences show little to no disparity. "It's time to stop making mountains out of molehills," he says.


Why staring at a screen at work all day is making you so unhappy

NYU psychologist and best-selling author Adam Alter's research shows how continuous screen time is harmful to our work and creativity.