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The drink has been around for more than three decades, but in the last several years it has become somewhat of a status symbol for foodies, fashion icons, and fitness gurus. It has attracted a cult following
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In any type of managerial role or as an entrepreneur, your leadership skills will directly impact the growth and ultimate success of your company. There are certain qualities and actions that prevent from
Tensions have ‘seeped into our society in a way that is new to me in my lifetime’, warns Archbishop of Canterbury Fear of Muslims has stirred up division between neighbours in Britain in a way not seen
One woman’s insistence on her right to conceal her face has become a central issue, dividing voters and giving the Conservatives a late boost Zunera Ishaq describes her choice to wear a veil in public
The regimen, he says, makes his brain "work better." If you prevent age-related cognitive decline, then "that's sort of like being smarter." Rosner has an IQ of 192, compared with the average IQ of 100,
For full coverage in Arabic, please visit CNN Arabic. (CNN) — A stampede during one of the last rituals of the Hajj -- the annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca -- has killed more than 700 people and injured
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Companies waste money on recruiting and still lose talent because they haven’t really kept up with employees’ needs. In 2015, millennials surpassed gen Xers to become the largest generation in the U.S.
Beethoven started each day with a cup of coffee — and what coffee! He insisted on 60 beans per cup. Some of us try to be good by limiting our intake to under two cups a day — Beethoven seemed to know exact
—Benjamin Franklin Understandably, the weekend is a time when many workers focus on relaxation, family and fun. And there's nothing at all wrong with that, but you can also think bigger. Instead of simply
You’re not alone. We’re obsessed too. Over the last few years, a steady stream of illustrated charts, diagrams, maps, and process drawings have fed and fostered a raging appetite for infographics. Gareth
Donald Trump is America’s apathetic avatar: Inside our alarming willingness to ignore Islamophobia |
It's tempting to think that such comments have no place in our discourse, but the truth is that we allow Muslims to be maligned constantly, with virtually no consequences for the people making the attacks.
Over the weekend, a Muslim conference held near Paris was interrupted when two Femen activists stormed the stage during a talk given by two fundamentalist preachers. The focus of the talk was on the role
Let’s start with a short personality test. For each of the following dimensions, indicate the extent to which each of the following words describes you, with a 5 indicating “very much so” and a 1 indicating
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Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. A whopping 76 percent of marketers plan to increase their content-marketing budgets in 2016, according to Curata. Really, though, this growth