The US-based economists Felipe Goncalves and Steven Mello have both had the police give them a break. It gave them a brilliant idea for uncovering racial bias in policing. Both Goncalves and Mello had
The forcible removal of an Asian man from an overbooked flight echoes cases of American violence against people of colour who defy authority After a man was violently dragged from a United Airlines flight,
The color of your logo will determine how it is perceived. The power of color is often underestimated by consumers. But marketers spend a lot of time thinking about this important element. In fact, color
Either they truly support your cause, or they just want to look good. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. How do you get people to like and share your content online? That's
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The UK’s internet habits have changed dramatically over the last decade; according to a recent Ofcom report, 50 million of us are internet users, with the average person now spending 25 hours a week online.
The first time I saw somebody walking down the street talking on a cellphone, I thought he was mentally ill. I was in New York City in the late ’90s, and people there were a little ahead of the curve,
Georgetown professor and author Cal Newport explains why social media is killing your career. Cal Newport is a busy man: He's an associate professor of computer science at Georgetown University, the author
This is extremely frustrating... yet fun. New week, new optical illusion to distract us from the day's to-do list. Yes, today might only be Monday, but the Internet is already at it again with another
You promised yourself that you'd never have that same old argument, but here you are having it. It's time to fight smarter. It's not necessarily a bad thing to fight. There are plenty of strong yet volatile
The trick to raising smart (and successful) kids is to start developing their thought processes early. We all know that our brains are the most malleable when we're young. The trick to raising smart (and
It may encourage you to hear that exercise really is super good for you. There's a mountain of research backing up its many benefits. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend at least
"All you need is LOVE" ... right? Not so much. Many of us grow up being taught that when we grow up, we'll fall in love and everything will end in a blissful, fairy tale ending. Except, they forgot about
One of the less remarked-upon aspects the referendum campaign was the constant suffixing of points with “according to a video on Facebook” or “a post on Facebook says”. In fact, over the last two weeks,
Who doesn't hate being bored? In fact, it turns out that we hate boredom so much that a surprising amount of people said they would rather be shocked with electricity than sit there quietly and think.
We've been socialized to swoon over flowers, chocolates, and other romantic gestures. "But romance only takes a relationship so far," says Toni Coleman, psychotherapist and relationship coach. "Successful