• Silicon Valley parents can see firsthand, either through living or working in the Bay Area, that technology is potentially harmful to kids.• Many parents are now restricting, or outright banning, screen
Cathy O'Neil, author of 'Weapons of Math Destruction,' on the dark side of big data - Los Angeles Times
Cathy O'Neil calls herself a data skeptic. A former hedge fund analyst with a PhD in mathematics from Harvard University, the Occupy Wall Street activist left finance after witnessing the damage wrought
Weekends are the perfect opportunity to sleep in a *little* later than normal, and spend some extra time making a leisurely breakfast. Healthy breakfast bowls are a great weekday option, but French toast
Between technology, such as Skype, Slack, or Google Hangouts, the need to commute back and forth everyday is no longer necessary - which makes it easier to enjoy work-life balance and apply for jobs no
Below is a snapshot of a typical millionaire from my study: • They're really rich. They are worth at least $3.2 million. 16% of them are worth more than $5 million. They make at least $160,000 a year.
If building a retirement portfolio is absolutely essential, it is equally important to ensure that it includes stocks with financial fortitude that can withstand volatility and offer you security and in
We must relearn to eat: Here’s how we teach our kids — and ourselves — to find pleasure in what’s good for us |
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While 99% of the population is going to work every day, trading their time for money ... there's a special group of in-the-know people who are waking up to a world of financial potential that most people
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These 25 condiments are so good (and out-there) that they've inspired a cult following. These 25 cult leaders of the condiment world are proof that condiments make everything better, and have inspired
We seek beauty in many forms: through art and architecture; from water views and mountain highs; in its people and its history. This list circles the globe, finding the most beautiful cities in the world
It's hard to believe that Paris's most iconic monument was originally just a temporary structure put up by Gustave Eiffel for the Exposition Universelle in 1889 on the centenary of the French Revolution.
It's time to make a bunch of resolutions you may or may not keep after the second week of January. And chances are, this year, you'll vow, once again, to be more healthful. If you're looking to eat better,
In Europe, after they became established as the latest method of flogging savers until their mood improves, all kinds of absurdities saw the light of the day. For example, bailed-out national governments
I have never seen Star Wars. Yes, it’s true. I have not watched a single one of George Lucas’s immensely popular, fanatically followed science fiction films. Not even five minutes of one of them. My Star
"On average, millionaires invest 20% of their household income each year. Their wealth isn't measured by the amount they make each year, but by how they've saved and invested over time," writes Ramit in
Fabrice Taylor, CFA, publishes the President's Club investment letter, for which The Globe and Mail provides marketing services and receives compensation. Investors like pure plays, companies that do thing
Employees want flexibility and freedom from outdated work practices. For this to happen, organisations must empathise with the individual behind the output So many of our current working patterns are outdated.