Ten years ago, people went to one or two websites when looking for a product, and made a decision based on that information. Today, however, the information available about products is almost endless.
At a minimum, every business owner should at least check that a job candidate has a LinkedIn profile before scheduling an interview. But don't just scan it -- LinkedIn can be a handy tool for weeding candidates
Every year, my team of futurists at Frost & Sullivan puts their heads together to come up with the top trends for the upcoming year. Last year, the team did particularly well with its top 14 trends for
The paranoid man's plan for making it to March without so much as a cough, shiver, sniffle, or gesundheit We're going to go out on a limb here and predict that the zombie apocalypse will not happen in
While those products and services sound amazing, you can't use them right now. But the company actually has a bunch of other ones that are incredibly useful that you might not even know existed. For example,
Are those workers who stay for years with the same companies unambitious and mediocre, or does the corporate grind make them so? asks author and Financial Times columnist Lucy Kellaway. Last week I talked
At last, unemployment is easing. But the latest low rate—hovering below 6%–obscures a deeper, longer-term problem: “skills mismatches” in the labor force, which will only worsen in years to come. According
BI Intelligence predicts that by 2019: IoT device shipments will reach 6.7 billion. • Revenues from devices, services, and software will reach $600 billion. • A massive $1.7 trillion of value will be to
The latest research reveals how what you consume affects your exercise. Chocolate, please. In happy news, researchers from London's Kingston University found that dark chocolate may boost performance.
For author and scientist Katy Bowman, walking is a biological imperative like eating. In her book, "Move Your DNA: Restore Your Health Through Natural Movement," she suggests there are movement nutrients,
Don't let travel sabotage your gains Traveling means different time zones, pitiful hotel gyms, and long layovers. But those don't have to be excuses for letting your fitness routine go off course. "All