The title of “Coolest Dad of the Year” might just go to Daniel Hashimoto for his epic home videos of his 3-year-old son, James. Hashimoto, an After Effects artist for DreamWorks Animation, adds spectacular
Mainland China was a standout on the 2014 Forbes Billionaires List unveiled this month with a record 152 members, ranking No. 2 in the world. Yet the average age of those success stories is 52. What about
In recent years, the Peoria, Illinois-based company has called the 178 independently owned businesses that distribute its earth-moving products worldwide everything from "a critical competitive differentiator"
If you're not considering dedicating a larger portion of your advertising budget to mobile, you're behind the times. A new report by research firm eMarketer predicts worldwide spending on mobile advertising
Well, take a look at this Quora thread, which is being used by current and former Google employees to dish the dirt on working for Big G. We've edited some of the standout comments into this excerpt. is
Here Are The Real Odds Of Your Startup Becoming Worth $1 Billion Or More, Like Facebook, Twitter Or Tumblr
They're so tiny that Lee calls $1 billion startups "unicorns." And you're not getting into the Unicorn Club any time soon. Previously Lee worked at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, the venture capital
Today, Interest.com released its annual look at whether average Americans can actually afford the American dream of home ownership. The answer? Not really. Home affordability is down in all 25 of the metropolitan
Forget pushing retirement off a few years. A growing number of Americans believe they’ll be working until death. An alarming 37% of middle class Americans believe they’ll work until they’re too sick or
Funding Circle has raised $37 million to bring its peer-to-peer marketplace for business loans to the U.S. The UK-based company powers a platform that connects small businesses with investors who fund
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He owns his own jet and then he sends Cisco a bill when he uses it for work, which he presumably does a lot. In 2013, he billed Cisco $2.8 million in jet expenses, according to forms filed with the SEC.
Ilya Pozin is an entrepreneur, writer and investor. He is the founder of Open Me, a social greeting card company, and Ciplex, a digital marketing agency. He’s a columnist on entrepreneurship and marketing
It started with webs, and ended with spontaneously inflating airbags. Toyota has announced that it is recalling 870,000 of its vehicles, among them Camrys, Venzas, Avalons, and hybrids with owners spread
We are drawn to those who echo what it is we already believe. We get a dopamine rush when we are presented with confirming data similar to what we get when we eat chocolate or fall in love. On Facebook
Excellent managers come in all shapes and sizes. They can be loud and quiet, extroverted or introverted, Type A or calm. Their management style can be as unique as personalities. But while elements of
To evaluate when—and when not—to share, take this interactive assessment. “Authenticity” is the new buzzword among leaders today. We’re told to bring our full selves to the office, to engage in frank and
This originally appeared on LinkedIn. You can follow Vivek Wadhwa here. Frustrated that Silicon Valley’s entrepreneurs “were not on focused on breakthrough technologies that will take civilization to next
I recently gave a lunchtime “author’s talk” at Children’s Hospital in Boston and, although I thought the talk went well, somebody in the audience didn’t like it at all. On the evaluation form, the person
Ideally you want all three but people don't always cooperate. These qualities tend to be difficult to judge in hiring someone. So we end up with all sorts of combinations and permutations in organizations.