INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana woman who lost nine family members in the sinking of a duck boat in Missouri over the summer, expressed outrage at a court filing Monday by two companies facing multiple lawsuits
An education is supposed to prepare you for the future. Traditionally, that meant learning certain facts and skills, like when Columbus discovered America or how to do multiplication and long division.
Somebody cuts you off in traffic. A coworker again has left you out of an email chain which includes information you need. Your spouse snaps at you out of the blue. Likely, you feel a sense of indignation.
What are your thoughts on Microsoft Excel? In most cases, people would say they either love it, hate it, or are too intimidated to delve into it. Thanks to the influx of more user-friendly cross-platform
The platform’s entertainment for children is weirder—and more globalized—than adults could have expected. ChuChu TV, the company responsible for some of the most widely viewed toddler content on YouTube,
For insightful answers to some of life's biggest questions, you could do worse than asking Harvard researchers to investigate. Near the top of such questions is this: 'What makes people happy?' Harvard
SEATTLE — The part of this city east of Northgate Mall looks like many of the neighborhoods that surround it, with its modest midcentury homes beneath dogwood and Douglas fir trees. Whatever distinguishes
Kelly Coffey knows how to make her company lots of money. As the CEO of JPMorgan Chase's U.S. Private Bank, which manages the money of extremely wealthy clients, she grew revenue last year by 10 percent.
Research into public speakers suggests hand gestures can powerfully change the way you are perceived. David Robson explains. Next time you watch a TED talk or a political speech, take a moment to look
It was the summer of 2013 and Daniel Handel had just moved to Rwanda. He was unpacking boxes in his new house, when his wife walked over with her laptop and said, 'You have to listen to this radio story!'
(CNN) — John McCain and President Donald Trump are not done with one another yet. Days of mourning for the Arizona senator, including a lying-in-state in the Capitol Rotunda and the pomp of a service Washington's
Talking about money is hard for many people. Asking for more money is even harder. When you finally muster up the courage to ask your boss for a raise or give salary requirements to a potential employer,
These days, more and more universities are offering for-credit programs via MOOCs or Massive Open Online Courses. What started with a small number of degree programs, such as the iMBA from the University
The mindset that you bring into a negotiation can either help or hurt your chances to come to a fair agreement. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Whether I'm on the set of
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The young often text more than make calls so is speech itself doomed? Texting may be closer to speech than formal written language, writes James Harbeck. Say this out loud: zomg wtfffffff im going 2 pwn
Some of the best experiences in my life have come from perceived failure. I use the term “perceived failure” because where others see failure as a roadblock to success, I tend to see it as a pathway to
These Brain Foods Have Been Found to Increase Your Focus, Help You Think More Clearly, and Give You a Longer Life
While drinking coffee is a necessary cultural norm that keeps us alert and productive throughout the day, a daily caffeinated fix can have spiraling effects that wreak havoc on the body. Before lighting
When you really have things running right you will make money while you sleep. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. It’s no secret that we’re shifting gears into a “gig-economy.”
A few months back, a friend whose new boss used to work for Jeff Bezos at Amazon told me that the company actually banned PowerPoint presentations in favor of memos. That's right, instead of reading bullet
Warren Buffett Says Living Your Life This Way Is What Separates Successful People From Everyone Else
Who better than Warren Buffett to teach us a valuable lesson on success? The Oracle of Omaha offers up a profound bit of truth in this advice related to our work: "In the world of business, the people
Chris Voss may be the best negotiator in the world. Voss spent more than two decades in the FBI, during which he worked on more than 150 international hostage cases. Eventually, he was chosen among thousands