To effectively work with Millennials, managers must go beyond the attitude of simply managing emotions and move toward accepting them as a necessary/legitimate part of leading and interacting with their younger employees. For Millennials facts and emotions are seen as equals, that is what teach them
Investors that an see through short-term adversity and avoid pessimism are the ones that are likely to win out in the long run.
The deal by Google's driverless vehicle tech unit is among the first of its kind and a sign that robotic cars will be more common presence on public roads.
Proponents of "Peak Oil" supply theory have been consistently wrong since at least the 1880s. Today's proponents now focus on demand, but they likely remain every bit as wrong as their predecessors. No matter how much lipstick is put on this pig of a theory, it remains a pig.
The biggest job killer in American retailing isn’t the Amazon technology that features stores without cashiers. It’s bad leadership, which distances itself from its core customers; and the wave of store closures that sends everyone straight to the unemployment lines.
News and insights for business owners from around the Web, including hundreds of manufacturers head to Arkansas for Walmart's version of "Shark Tank."
Six of the 10 top spots in the U.S. this week are controlled by new releases.
For a decade, urbanist Richard Florida touted the benefits of aggressively appealing to members of the creative class. Today, he says the cities that were most successful in attracting knowledge workers have become victims of their own success. And he's right.
Wang Hong was worth as much as $6 billion in February
Thirteen years after quitting her Wall Street job, Mya Zoracki is returning to her old stomping ground—this time on her own terms. After corporate America burned her out, she began baking in her studio apartment. Four six-quart mixers, a Jeep Wrangler and $10,000 in savings later, a bakery was born.
Artificial reality and emotional intelligence are blazing the trails for a more intuitive searching experience.
Even the most intelligent, ambitious and driven people deal with low self-confidence and a negative internal dialogue. If you ever fee like you're not smart enough to do your job well and feel like an "imposter" just waiting for colleagues to realize you're not qualified...you're not alone.
All star-forming nebulae are eventually destroyed, but reports that the pillars are already gone have been overturned by newer, better data.
How will 'Wonder Woman' hold up alongside halfway decent summer blockbusters?
As your business grows, you'll need more help to run it successfully - or even someone better qualified to take over the reins
Obsessed with being as productive as humanly possible? Stop sending the same emails over and over again, and start using canned responses.
The Pure Speed Drag Racing Experience will get you to around 150 mph in under nine seconds. Get ready for a swift kick in the butt.
Netflix has deemed it wise to replace its stars with what is quite literally the most useless rating system I have ever seen across any form of media, and it doesn't seem to be going anywhere.
I caught up with Sheryl Sandberg in Cannes to discuss the genesis of the Glass Lion award, the bias that persists in advertising, and the progress that is being made to meet Sandberg’s vision of a world free from inequality in media as pervasive—and powerful—as advertising.