Company culture is changing, and some managers are experimenting with out-of-the-norm methods. Here’s what works and what doesn’t. As companies become flatter with blurred boundaries, there is a greater
For the first time in modern history, more 18-to-34-year-olds live with their parents than in any other living arrangement, according to a Pew Research Center report released Tuesday. In 2014, nearly of
When deciding where to put down roots, many factors are in the eye of the beholder, such as climate, politics, or proximity to extended family. Other aspects are coveted by nearly everybody: affordable
Nearly a century ago, George S. Clason boiled down what it takes to get rich in his 1926 personal finance classic "The Richest Man in Babylon." — and the steps are surprisingly simple. He articulates steps
But it's easy to get overwhelmed with the sheer number of apps — there are more than a million apps in Apple's App Store and Google's Play Store. So I broke out the most useful apps I use every day. You
We chose not to include Apple's own apps, like iMovie and Pages, in the list, as it wouldn't be an accurate representation of the most downloaded apps. The reason those apps are usually the majority of
Here at The Active Times, we’re big proponents of off-the-beaten-path adventures and exploring wilderness around the globe, but that mentality occasionally means that cities are overlooked. Urban centers
Named Britain’s third most influential woman of 2014, Professor Nazneen Rahman has amassed some impressive achievements in a relatively short career: she’s Professor of Human Genetics at the Institute
From paddy fields to megalopolis. Satellite images released by NASA Wednesday show the extraordinary metamorphosis of China's Pearl River Delta from a rural idyll into the largest urban area in the world.
The good news for American travelers seeking luxury is that there are more high-end hotels around the world than ever before. The bad news is that not every expensive, glitzy new hotel is a luxury property.
Habits save the brain work and conserve brain fuel. There is very little processing power involved with respect to habits. So what does that have to do with being rich? I studied 177 self-made millionaires
For most people, a road trip means sun, the sky, the sea, a mountain range. But if you've got a bit of geek in you, your sightseeing becomes even more enjoyable when you can learn something about the history
San Francisco housing prices are so insane a Wharton grad is converting shipping containers for people to live in illegally
A home with a mummified corpse in it sold for over a million dollars. And real-estate marketplace Zumper rates San Francisco as officially the most expensive rental market in the country. Last month, was
Bryony Gordon says it's not immigrants who are ruining Britain, but the rich foreigners who "treat our country like a giant train set" If you go down to east London today, you’re sure for a big surprise.