Millennials Putting A Cork In $2 Chuck Forget the $2 Chuck. A new survey of wine industry leaders has found that millennials are flocking to the higher priced premium wines.
Millennials: Rock The Boat For RetailersSpringbot Co-Founder and CEO Brooks Robinson explains how to appeal to the diverse generation of consumers born between 1981 and 1997.
Millennials Want To Be Their Own Bosses -- And Everyone Else's TooBizBuySell President Bob House explains what we can expect from the next generation of small business buyers.
Millennial Voters Like Trump Less Than Lord Voldemort - But They Don't Like Hillary EitherHillary Clinton has 100 days to build a winning coalition to defeat Donald Trump for the presidency.
Study: Millennials More Likely To Get Scammed Than GrandparentsThe stereotype of a scam victim often focuses on the innocent granny, but a new study shows that Millennials are more likely to fall victim to scams than their parents and grandparents.
Microsoft Email Encourages Interns To 'Get Lit' At Tech MixerAn internal, Microsoft email that encouraged interns to "get lit" is sparking a bit of a backlash.
Best Jobs For Number-Challenged MillennialsScience, engineering and math jobs are on the rise but there are plenty of other great career opportunities for Millennials in the communication field.
News Headlines Change With Google Chrome App, Replacing 'Millennials' With 'Snake People'Millennials have become a big target of Internet jabs lately, with publications calling them everything from huge narcissists to lazy, entitled workers, and finally, it looks like one of these millennials snapped. The result could change the news you see online, if you use this.
12 Stats Showing Young Adults 'Unfriending' Jesus Christ This EasterJesus Christ, whether believed to be God incarnate, a prophet or just a man, is undeniably polarizing, controversial, or inspiring for billions, and with that in mind, researchers set out to determine how Jesus is viewed this Easter, 2015.
Survey Shows Shift Towards Cashless Society Driven By Millennials When it comes to making small purchases, Americans prefer cash over plastic, but according to a new survey that’s likely to change.
Survey Finds California’s Millennials Optimistic, Plan To Stay PutA new survey shows that California's millennials, the generation of adults between the ages of 18 and 29, are feeling good about the state and optimistic for their future.

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