Egypt shows that risk is alive and well: So far, it looks like the worst-case scenario for oil - the slowing or blocking shipments of oil through the Suez Canal - is not being realized. But it's not as if Egypt is the only geopolitical ticking time bomb that could rattle investors. Meanwhile, oil prices continue to spike amid all the turmoil.
Jobs are back! But the pay stinks: Employers haven't added enough jobs. And those they have added aren't particularly good ones. A big worry is whether the trend toward low-wage jobs will continue. Experts say it's too soon to tell.
25 'awesome, unique, fun' employers: See the most popular words workers used when praising their companies and drill down to see a sampling of their comments.
Being a female partner at Goldman: Goldman Sachs' head of global human capital says there's still a lot of work to do in gaining equality for women on Wall Street.
Android's law: Your smartphone is already a dinosaur. If you picked up the Motorola Droid when it went on sale in November 2009, you had the best Android device available. But then the twice-as-fast Nexus One went on sale in January 2010. Today, the average time smartphones spend on the market is now just six to nine months.