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The executive director of Byte Back, a D.C. based nonprofit, gives us her greatest leadership advice for new bosses: start being more open.
With its acquisition of Flatiron School, WeWork expands from real estate into education
New research shows how consumers use social media to find the products they want to buy.
With a newly amended policy regarding the acceptance of girls into the scouts and the expulsion of a precocious scout for asking a few valid questions, one must wonder has the institution lost it's way
If you want a productive Monday, you better not make these mistakes.
How did two guys with no start-up or design experience create the Regimen Gym Bag, the best bag I've ever owned? I decided to find out.
A special locker that holds up to 100 phones in see-through cases could help us all realize how much of a problem constant phone use has become. Or not.
Trust is a key component of any relationship, and the same can be said between a businesses website and its customers. Here are a few ways to establish that trust.
If you're feeling weighed down by the monotony of your daily life, try these tactics to renew your passion and perspective.
Our facial perceptions of others can give startling insights into their success.
Being a successful entrepreneur is about way more than making money it's about making a positive impact and leaving a legacy,
If there's any way you can start an AI company, making a new voicebot, or a home appliance, or a robot development platform, or a consulting company that offers to test out the AI bots from other companies--do it.
A new report shows that the startup scene in the Catalan capital is thriving despite the recent political turmoil.
Want to Attract High-Quality Podcast Guests? Quit Making These 5 Mistakes That Make You Look Like an Amateur
Landing high-quality guests is key to expanding your audience.
Google Deep Mind Alpha Go Zero artificial intelligence took only 40 days to learn how to play Go from scratch better than any previous player.
Because when you do this one thing, and everything else follows.
(You probably already know it too.)
These fast-growing "unicorns" could soon enter the public markets.
You can't forego the soap completely, but research suggests that backing away from the loofah a bit is both physically and financially prudent.
The best part? They take less than fifteen minutes to pull off.