Hater is a dating app like no other: instead of matching you up with people that love the same things you do, it creates profiles based on what you hate. Founder Brendan Alper thinks mutual dis-likes are a better sign of compatibility than mutual likes, and there are studies that seem to back him up. Susan Spencer tests it out.
With every smartphone carrier a potential cameraman, videos of life's unpredictable moments can easily go viral, with viewers numbering in the millions. And with that many viewers, there is money to be made. Barry Petersen talks with the founders of Jukin Media, which helps turn viral videos like Chewbacca Mom or Pizza Rat into big bucks.
Some retailers and online shopping sites have very liberal return policies - even taking back merchandise they can't sell again - in order to ensure happy customers. Tracy Smith examines why the return policies of companies like Lands' End and Nordstrom count on shopping psychology to make them pay off.