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This Is the Number 1 Practice That Can Catapult Your Success in 2018 - and 85 Percent of Companies Don't Do It
Set your intention for the year by identifying your Key Results: the top three things you want to achieve in 2018.
This is frightening.
'Meltdown' and 'Spectre' vulnerabilities present a fresh attack vector - accessible on every type of computing device.
Leaders of the world's most well-known companies recently offered up new insights into their paths to success and how they stay on top.
With the "new normal" for winter including some serious snow events in usually mild part of the country, having the right pair of boots can make a big difference.
A much more hip app -- like the one I was creating -- would have compared faces solely to works by the 20th century master artist Joan Miro.
How to capitalize on the rise of online shopping.
Here is a list of 15 simple, easy ways to greatly enhance your company's profit margin in 2018
Why is this city still in the running?
It might be a sly trick to get us to pay more attention to art and history, but Google's still wins major cool points.
Channel your inner designer to stop procrastinating and get the ball rolling on your big idea for an app or product.
LinkedIn's revamped messaging system recently added another feature that makes conversing with your ideal prospects on the platform even easier.
The 19-year-old polling company was last valued at $2 billion and counts Sheryl Sandberg and other prominent tech executives among its advisers.
The list includes 19 American cities and one Canadian city.
Train your team to never present a problem without an idea to fix it.
DeShuna Spencer used her own money to build a platform that curates films, documentaries, web shows and news from the global black community.
The fresh perspective and an ability to always ask "why" is incredibly valuable.
How often do we get to say this? 'Way to go, Newark!'
Robots and automation will create more opportunities than they will destroy.
Are you micromanaging your team in such a way that they have little chance of ever meeting your standards? Here's how to fix the problem.