Lisa LaSalle-Nobles

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Building a High-Trust Culture #1: It Starts with Integrity

Over forty years in business, I've been involved with more than 100 companies, done thousands of deals, and worked alongside countless leaders and …

Scientists: Like Proust, Apes Have Autobiographical Memory

In <i>Remembrance of Things Past</i>, Marcel Proust marvels at how the taste of "plump little cakes called 'petites madeleines'" brought forth memories of Sunday mornings at Combray when he walked into to his aunt Léonie's bedroom to say good morning.<p>Proust describes what scientists came to term an …

You Have Better Odds With the Lottery Than McDonald's Monopoly Jackpot

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>It's Monopoly season at McDonald's again, one of the absolute best times of the year, but the long …

Gay marriage to become legal in England and Wales

Britain’s lower house of parliament voted Tuesday to pass the bill, which will now be signed by Queen Elizabeth II<p>Britain's lower house of parliament voted Tuesday to pass a measure legalizing gay marriage in England and Wales.<p>The measure now requires the signature of Queen Elizabeth II, a …

How to Live in the Moment

Your Weekend Has 60 Hours–Here’s How To Wring The Most Out Of Them

Do your weekends fly by too fast? Craft weekends that are memorable, relaxing, and productive with these 10 tips from productivity expert Laura Vanderkam.<p>Weekends always seem to go quickly, but they’re longer than we think. There are 60 hours between that 6 p.m. Friday beer and that 6 a.m. Monday …

Can Big Data solve the mystery of suicide?

Everywhere on the Internet, we're trailed by bots that inspect our searches and social chatter, attempting to predict what we're going to buy, watch or who we might date next. But in the middle of all that commerce-friendly jibber jabber, some people are saying, in not so many words, "I am going to …

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E.T., old chap? British astronomers launch SETI network to seek aliens

The Lovell radio telescope at Britain's Jodrell Bank Observatory played a key role in past searches for alien signals, and may do so again.<p>British astronomers have launched a new effort to boost the United Kingdom's search for extraterrestrial intelligence, or SETI.<p>"At the moment, America's the …

Aliens

Genes May Reveal When Aspirin Won't Reduce Heart Risk

People are often told to take low-dose aspirin to reduce the risk of heart attacks and stroke. But that preventive remedy doesn't work for a lot of people.<p>Researchers say they've found genetic variations that might be used to identify people who don't respond well to aspirin. If the results prove …

Walker signs ultrasound bill

MADISON, Wis. — Gov. Scott Walker quietly signed a contentious Republican bill Friday that would require women seeking abortions to undergo an ultrasound and ban doctors who lack admitting privileges at nearby hospitals from performing the procedures.<p>Opponents contend legislators shouldn't force …

Costa Rica inadvertently legalises gay marriage

Conservative Costa Rican politicians have accidentally approved language making same-sex unions legal when they passed a piece of legislation this week.<p>President Laura Chinchilla late on Thursday signed the bill governing social services and marriage regulations for young people.<p>The mostly …

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Military Sonar Is Causing Mass Whale Strandings

Beaked whales, the most common casualty of the strandings, were shown to be highly sensitive to sonar. But the research also revealed unexpectedly that blue whales, the largest animals on Earth and whose population has plummeted by 95% in the last century, also abandoned feeding and swam rapidly …

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Despite Alzheimer's, Couple Holds Tight To Old Memories

Right now, 5 million Americans have Alzheimer's disease and other dementias. One of them is 73-year-old Pansy Greene. She's in the early stages of Alzheimer's, and she and her husband, Winston, want people to know that so far, their daily lives have changed little despite the diagnosis.<p>They sit …

'God botherer' Kevin Rudd declares support for gay marriage

Kevin Rudd, Australia's former prime minister and a devout Christian – has declared his support for gay marriage after a "difficult personal journey" and a recent encounter with a gay former colleague.<p>Mr Rudd, who describes himself as "a bit of a god botherer", has long been a staunch opponent of …

Kevin Rudd

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