Craig A. Malmquist

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What Rock God Robert Plant Can Teach CEOs And Celebrities

One of the most important traits of a good leader is to know when to let go and when to let others take a turn at the top. But top leaders rarely have a healthy enough ego to be able to leave at the right time for themselves and for their organization, cause or movement.<p>Leaders and managers can …

Online, a bazaar bursting with stolen credit card information

The latest Target for retail cyber robbers? Home Depot. (At least, that we know of.) The home improvement retailer recently acknowledged a five-month …

4Chan Managed To Troll iPhone Users Once Again With The Introduction Of ‘Wave’

The fine folks over at 4Chan had a great time trolling iPhone users upon the release of IOS 7, convincing people that the new update would make their phone waterproof. It worked so well that folks thought they’d try it again with the release of IOS 8, only raising stakes a bit this time …

Laundering Mexico's Drug Money: Washing Up

DRUG traffickers, like everyone else, only want money because they want what money can buy. But turning dirty cash from drug sales into clean, usable currency has become harder for Mexican drug gangs as a result of tighter banking regulations at home and in the United States, their main market.<p>The …

Mexico

Meet the 19-year-old iOS developer so successful he turned down an Apple job offer

Last week, 19-year-old John Meyer dropped out of a prestigious university computer science program to work full-time on his tech startup, Fresco News.<p>His parents weren’t happy at first. He was attending NYU where his mom is a professor, he told Business Insider.<p>But they eventually came around to …

Molten metal batteries aimed at the grid

The battery runs at 450C so its workings are impossible to photograph; this room-temperature mock-up uses mercury (bottom) and steel foam instead of hot, liquid metals<p><b>Engineers in the US have invented a battery, made of three molten metals, which could help smooth the power supply from renewable</b> …

Clean Energy

The coming era of unlimited — and free — clean energy

In the 1980s, leading consultants were skeptical about cellular phones. McKinsey & Co. noted that the handsets were heavy, batteries didn’t last long, coverage was patchy, and the cost per minute was exorbitant. It predicted that in 20 years the total market size would be about 900,000 units and …