Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The term "greedy" has an overwhelmingly negative connotation -- and for good reason. When you have Bernie Madoff and Gordon Gekko ruining
The movie, of course, follows the rise and fall of Jordan Belfort's Stratton Oakmont brokerage firm. According to a four-month study by job site Indeed.com, there was a spike in the number of searches
For more than 50 years, Peace Corps volunteers around the world have taken an active role in addressing critical food security issues, working with one farmer, one family, and one community at a time.
NEW DELHI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - More than one-third of under five year olds living in the Indian capital’s slums are malnourished, a survey conducted by a child rights group said on Thursday,
The Globe's biweekly business-school news roundup. For the second year in a row, a team of business students from Canada has advanced to the finals of the $1-million (U.S.) Hult Prize global case challenge
A man in southern Africa reportedly allowed a Hyena to feast on his naked body — losing several toes and his genitals in the process. According to the Times of Zambia, which Stanford University classifies
Economists Emmanuel Saez, of the University of California-Berkeley, and Gabriel Zucman, of the London School of Economics, are out with a new set of findings on American wealth inequality, and their numbers
A talented young filmmaker approached us and told us about this group of women who were making laptop bags out of old sarees and were interested in learning about technology, so that they could make apps
By Paulo Prada RIO DE JANEIRO, Jan 21 (Reuters) - Daily shootouts are rattling two of Rio de Janeiro's slums, communities that until recently showcased attempts to pacify the historically violent shantytowns.
After the West Virginia chemical spill: 'When you're a poverty-stricken individual, you don't matter'
Very little is known about the substance that entered the area’s water, and residents feel angry and misled Published: 14 Feb 2014 'It only takes one irresponsible operator to contaminate 300,000 people,'
Iraq authorities are illegally detaining thousands of women, many of whom are subjected to torture and ill-treatment including the threat of sexual abuse, Human Rights Watch said on Thursday. A 105-page