tattoos

In the Tattoo Business, Profits Are Hardly Skin Deep

Like them or loathe them, tattoos are going mainstream as a growing number of Americans now sport body art. And despite the recession, the tattoo industry has been doing well. Even its flip side -- tattoo removal -- can be lucrative.

Legal Briefing: More Plead Guilty to Cheating Municipalities

In Friday's legal news, two more people pleaded guilty in a bid-rigging scheme that involved deals with some 160 U.S. municipalities; California public schools are being sued for charging fees for various school essentials; and Alaska is suing the U.S. government for 'banning' offshore drilling.

People@Work: How to Job Hunt with Tattoos

With more than 30% of 18- to 45-year-olds sporting tattoos, they're becoming more acceptable to employers overall. But they could still land you in the "No way!" pile for some jobs. Read about when to display and when to hide your body art, and other tips for job-hunting Millennials.

Gifts with an edge: Star Wars tattoos

As the holiday season approaches, we thought you might appreciate some gift suggestions with a twist, appropriate for those on your list who aren't...