Carbon is one of the most fascinating elements in all of nature, with chemical and physical properties unlike any other element. With just six protons in its nucleus, it’s the lightest abundant element
Most people find that weird. Why would you like to be put on hold forever? Why would you like battling with reps only to be told that "there's nothing we can do?" Twice a year like clockwork, I make calls
The United States Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has gone public with a warning to Microsoft Windows users regarding a critical security vulnerability.
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Deloitte's Surprising New Survey of More Than 16,000 People Reveals How Employees Really Want to Be Recognized at Work
Most business leaders know the power of recognizing and rewarding employees for a job well done. Surprisingly, however, relatively few take the time to actually do it. According to one survey, 45 percent
“We will eventually see if they are actually habitable and, perhaps, even inhabited,” astronomers predict. A tiny, old star just 12 light-years away might host two temperate, rocky planets, astronomers
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The father of a victim of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre has won a defamation lawsuit against the authors of a book that claimed the shooting never happened — the latest
A loophole allows some expats to make 'payments' of $0 every month. David Donelson was divorced and almost $400,000 in debt when he moved his life and career to Dubai. He wanted to “escape New York City
Former Amazon executive John Rossman recalls attending meetings of the company’s senior leaders (S-teams) and sitting in silence for fifteen or twenty minutes before an active discussion began. During