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Create a Real Safety Net Through a Social Network

While you might use a social media wall post to humble-brag about your new iPhone, share a baby pic or, admit it, an LOLcat, 19 year-old...

While you might use a social media wall post to humble-brag about your new iPhone, share a baby pic or, admit it, an LOLcat, 19 year-old Lynisha is using her Camellia Network profile page to raise her son right, get a GED and overcome dire odds.

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Creating a Real Safety Net Through a Social Network

The Camellia Network makes it easy to help a former foster kid become a thriving adult. See how internet strangers are stepping up.

While you might use a social media wall post to humble-brag about your new iPhone, share a baby pic or, admit it, an LOLcat, 19 year-old Lynisha is using her Camellia Network profile page to raise her son right, get a GED and overcome dire odds.

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Health Candy?! These Super Models and Movie Stars Are Betting On It (Video)

If you take the junk out of junk food, what do you have? A slew of celebrities owning a candy company they can dig into. Plus an awesome ad video.


Michael Pollan suggested in his Eater's Manifesto don't eat foods with more than five ingredients or with anything in it that you can't pronounce. Let's call those tongue twisting food-related ingredients the junk. Candy earned the nickname junk food because the ingredients list often reads like the high school science experiment.

But times are changing and markets are growing. As healthy living expands from new age to mainstream, the pronouncable offerings are spreading to previously uncharted realms of the food pyramid.

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Is This the Dawning of the Age of the Co-op? Co-operative Businesses Are Booming in Tough Times

You'd expect worker-owned businesses to be better for workers, but they're also delivering better bottom lines during the recession. Here's why.

While the global economy crawls toward a jerky recovery from the 2008 financial collapse, a subset of businesses is outshining the rest. Cooperatives—companies owned by their employees or customers—are proving surprisingly steady and sound during these dour times. That's especially good for the workers, who in this case, are also owners.

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