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The 3 things one CEO wants to know about every job candidate — and the questions she asks to find out

"First, I want to know their values," she told Bryant. "Are they a team player? Are they an egomaniac? Are they here to help the enterprise succeed? Will they help their colleagues succeed? Or is it just about them and their team?"<p>The next thing she looks at, she said, is their willingness to learn …


9 things scientifically proven to make you happier

We all want to be happy – it’s pretty much a universal life goal.<p>And when research reveals that happy people live longer, who wouldn’t want …

Brazil Bull Who Got It Right in 2002 Says This Time No Different

The selloff punishing Brazilian markets in recent months isn’t fazing Jerome Booth. He’s seen it before and says just like then, it’s way …

Stock Markets

Honda Goes All-In With Driver Assists On 2016 Civic

With each passing month it seems like autonomous cars become more inevitable with the question being when rather than if. Whether the fully self-driving car arrives in five years or 15, we’ll continue to see cars steadily adopt greater degrees of automation particularly in more affordable vehicle …

Automotive Design

This beefy 3D-printed railgun can fire projectiles 560 mph

Most people are familiar with rail guns through video games and other works of science fiction, but as the electronics needed to build these weapons …

3D Printing

23 Simple Design Tips That Will Make Your Home Less Stressful

Please check all stress and angst at the front door.

The Little-Known, Disfiguring Disease That’s Coming Our Way

I tell a story over on the news side of <i>National Geographic</i> today, about an intrepid team of explorers who plunged into nearly impenetrable Honduran rainforest in order to groundtruth the legend that it concealed a fabled “white city.” They succeeded (and you can read that story in the October issue …

Public Health