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If you want your child to be seen as successful, creative, powerful, innovative, friendly, outgoing, or a leader, certain names are preferable.
The advantages to owning innovation on the road
Millennials are loving FinTech and it's for a good reason.
You can work hard to prove yourself to others. But how can you tell when you've really won them over?
If you want to appeal to Generation Y, you'd better prove you are trustworthy!
The engineer has been accused of stealing company secrets from Waymo, Alphabet's self-driving car program, in an effort to benefit Uber.
Here's how to help forge young adults who thrive.
Mastering the art of "uncompromise" with your mission and stakeholders can be easier than you think
Studies show plants and natural elements increase productivity and well-being. Here are tips to blend the outdoors into your current office design.
Follow these five proven business tactics to stay ahead of the pack.
Rather than ending your workday feeling frazzled and stressed, leave time for reflection and ask yourself these four questions.
There are plenty of learnings to be found in your high-school hustle.
IRS has been gutted by budget cuts, and while some Americans are celebrating, one expert warns it actually hurts more than it helps.
Turning self-sufficiency into big business.
A great leader creates great employees.
Rome is one of the world's great capitals of culture and history and should be part of your next European vacation
Your greatest asset might be your fashionista intern.
Be The Most Persuasive Person In the Room: 9 Things Highly Influential People Always Do, According to Science
While they should be, sometimes facts, logic, and reasoning aren't enough. Here's how the most persuasive people make a great argument even more convincing.
If you want to get ahead, you can't spend all your time reacting to the competition.
Toss and turn at night? Before you consider sleeping pills, try this.