Andrew Mason, a co-founder of Groupon, has been ousted by the company's board, one day after a disappointing earnings report. Here, he's seen at a 2012 conference in Germany. Johannes Simon/Getty Images hide caption

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Two For One: Groupon Replaces CEO Mason With Board Members

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Experts Boil Telecommuting Decisions Down To Flexibility Vs. Serendipity

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Companies rely on software to search for new employees, especially when there's a large number of job applicants. But those seeking employment say it puts them at a disadvantage when the software hones in on key terms that don't fit on their resumes. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Job Applicants Are Wary Of Firms' Resume Sorting Software

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Nonprofit Hopes To Get Kids Excited About Computer Coding

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Internet gambling has become legal in New Jersey and Nevada, but experts say enforcement and regulations still need to be straightened out. Jim Mone/AP hide caption

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As States Embrace Online Gambling, Questions Arise

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NPR's Steve Henn works from his Silicon Valley home. He says his fragmented schedule allows him to fit in time with his daughters. "It works for me because, in the end, the hours balance out — and I am in control of my time," he says. Steve Henn/NPR hide caption

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Piracy Alert System Raises Concerns About Fair Use, Misidentification

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"Only the hand can tell where it's tender, where the patient winces." — Abraham Verghese James Duncan Davidson/TED hide caption

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Is The Human Hand Our Best Technology?

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Are Droids Taking Our Jobs?

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Will Man's Best Friend Be A Robot?

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