Kimberly Catlett

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Why Did The U.S. Choose Hiroshima?

The name Hiroshima is so tied to the atomic bomb that it's hard to imagine there were other possible targets.<p>But in early 1945, the U.S. was still months away from building its first bomb and certainly didn't know what to hit.<p>"Should it be a city? Should it be a military installation? Should you be …

After Two DUIs, Michael Phelps Says He Won't Drink Again Until After the Rio Olympics

There was a time when Michael Phelps’ coach worried about what state he’d find the swimming champ in when he turned up for training in the …

How To Train Your Employees To Become Managers

Where do you find the perfect manager? Hiring a manager from within your current employees seems wise. Who better knows your business that those …

The 7 Ted Talks every leader should watch.

Looking for a crash course in leadership? These brilliant presentations can help.<p>When I started my first company at the age of 25, I did not consider myself a leader. I was just a guy who needed to serve my clients. But soon I was hiring people and had to figure out how to be a good boss and …

Gmail Now Officially Lets You ‘Undo Send’ Those Really Embarrassing E-mails

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Taking Leadership To The Next Level

Arsenal’s comfortable victory in this year’s FA Cup Final was, of course, a great achievement for the soccer club’s long-serving manager Arsene Wenger and the team he has assembled with rather less free spending than his counterparts at some other leading Premier League organizations. That is …

A summer reading list from top business leaders

On the list of recommended summer reads that Microsoft founder and Chief Executive Bill Gates recently posted to his personal blog, not one is a business book.<p>The tech titan and philanthropist spent decades building one of America's biggest corporations, which makes it notable that his shared …

22 Things You Probably Didn’t Know Your Apple Watch Could Do

You probably haven't had a ton of time with your Apple Watch, but even if you have, there are some features you might not know about yet.

The Apple Watch will expose how little publishers know about their readers

Apple’s new wearable may or may not be a big hit. But either way, it’s a harbinger of a new class of truly personal devices whose users will demand customized experiences. News companies aren’t ready to provide them.<p><b>Editor’s note</b>: The new issue of our sister publication Nieman Reports is coming out …

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12 Often Overlooked Practices Great Leaders Develop That Poor Leaders Don’t

10. Get started early.<p>This one’s simple. Just set your alarm earlier.<p>For whatever reason, early risers do better in life. They’re happier, healthier …

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MetroPCS shuts off its old phone network on June 21st

You'd better move quickly if you're holding on to an older MetroPCS cellphone. The T-Mobile-owned carrier has posted a Frequently Asked Questions warning that its outgoing CDMA network will effectively shut off on June 21st. Any legacy phones are "not guaranteed" to work after that, the …

You Can Now Find Your Lost Phone by Googling It

Next time you lose your phone, a simple Google search may be able to find it.<p>Google announced Wednesday a new phone-finding feature for Android users …

Why a democratic leadership could be the future of business

On Feb. 23, something almost unimaginable happened. A corporation put up all the top executive posts for democratic selection by their employees in …

10 Behaviors of Smart People

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>“Stupid is as stupid does.” The great irony of <i>Forrest Gump</i> was how insightful his simplistic sayings really were. Sort of the opposite of Peter Seller’s character in the classic movie, <i>Being There</i>. Everyone thought Chance the Gardener was …

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