A simple procedure was supposed to help fix an embarrassing women's health problem. Instead it left women in pain -- and in a fight for their dignity.
It sounds like tormented spirits screaming through the amplifiers as the guitarists play through the grinding riffs of "South of Heaven" by Slayer. They are fast, loud and soulful, as if generations of thrash musicians were inspiring them. Picks ignite strings that reverberate in rapid succession. F ... More >>
Researchers at the University of California, Berkley, have done it. Using science, they've confirmed your deepest suspicion: Southlake really is the worst. In this case, it's not the exceptionally high number of traffic tickets they hand out. It's the exceptionally large amount of carbon dioxide (9 ... More >>
Photo by Leslie MinoraThe mustachioed man in the middle is Richard Trumka, president of the AFL-CIOThe day before the Labor Department broke the dismal news that the unemployment rate's unchanged and consumer confidence has "dropped sharply," students, professors and local business leaders fi ... More >>
In the September 4 issue of Fortune--see, Unfair Park is so far ahead of the curve that we're into the future now--there's a lengthy piece about the so-called "Lunatic Fringe" at Texas Instruments. (We'd link you to the story, but it's not even on Fortune's Web site yet.) Leading the charge at TI, w ... More >>
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