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This Wisconsin Company Is Actually Implanting Rice-Sized Microchips In Employees. What If Yours Does?
You read that right--rice-sized microchips implanted under the skin for enabling all sorts of things.
Becoming a better leader starts with looking at what habits you need to cut out of your life.
The children are our future. And these entrepreneurs are investing in their education.
Sometimes the simplest solutions make the biggest difference. This one is so easy, you won't believe you haven't been using it all along.
Nobody successful goes through life hearing yes all of the time.
5 Ways to Bootstrap Attention for your Next Startup - Lessons from a serial product creator.
USMC author of Fearvana: The Revolutionary Science of How to Turn Fear into Health, Wealth and Happiness, Akshay Nanavati on making fear your ally
Stop using your top down logic to justify your market projections.
Instead of free trips, I used frequent flyer miles to acquire mentors.
If you could just present your best self in a job interview you would easily score the job, right? New research says that the opposite is true.
Why SoftBank's Reported Interest in Investing in Uber Could Signal Big Changes for the Ride-Hailing Market
SoftBank may be betting that Uber will combine with its Southeast Asian competitors. After all, its done so in the past.
Improve your focus and your productivity by trying one of these techniques to create a distraction-free work environment.
Gmail started as a free beta offing in 2004. Now there are three million paying users, including giants like Verizon and Colgate. Here's their secret.
But will the drivers be happy to clean up after the crowd?
Falon Fatemi, the 31-year-old founder of Node, aims to revolutionize information discovery using artificial intelligence technology.
Just like the rest of the body, staying young mentally is all about getting the right kind of exercise.
Your IT department is always looking for the latest and greatest--while possibly leaving the back door open to hackers. There are often easier, less complex safeguards available. And it's not just in IT. Across your business, good enough is often good enough.
How one night in prison changed my life and brought hope and prosperity to many people seeking success.
The American handbag company says its the ideal match for its brand.
Google does 3.6 million searches. Spammers send 100 million emails. Snapchatters send 527,000 photos. And the Weather Channel forecasts rain or shine 18 million times.