(Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) shipped 50 percent more items during the past holiday season than the prior year for third-party vendors and doubled the amount for 2016 overall, the world’s largest
What you do with your clothes, hair, accessories, posture, gestures--it all conveys deep, rich meaning. But your eyes send messages, too, and failure to maintain good eye contact with your conversation
With today’s interactive social media and the real-time Internet, both customers and employees see inside your company easily, so you can’t hide your real company culture. At the same time relationship
It’s been a while since news broke in early 2015 that Uber was working on self-driving cars. Earlier this year, the company openly admitted it was testing cars in Pittsburgh, but we haven’t heard much
Is that a piece of bark in your drink? A bug, maybe? Nope. It's a tiny water-purifying tablet powered by the sun. The device comes from scientists at the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator
Nope, nope, nope, and nope. Who hasn't shared these and other amazing-sounding notions about about health and the human body, only to feel embarrassed later on — when you find out the information was or
Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives. Complaints, complaints, complaints. That's all we often hear about famous brands and their customer service,
Uber’s prolonged land war in China is over: Uber’s China unit will merge with competitor Didi Chuxing, ending a fierce multi-billion-dollar battle for the largest ridesharing market in the world. As part
Didi Chuxing’s proposed acquisition of Uber’s Chinese business hasn’t even been confirmed, but the significance of the deal has already prompted responses from others in the global ride-hailing industry.
There's a scientific reason why you couldn't stop listening to or considering what Michelle Obama was saying when she spoke at this week's Democratic National Convention. If you want to be an influential
And with ARM getting acquired for $32 billion by Japan's Softbank, which is pledging to invest more in the company, Intel can't take the situation lightly. During Intel's earnings call with investors,
A former pro racer has built the drone of his dreams George Matus was 11 years old when he flew his first drone. "I was immediately hooked," the young man tells me with a grin. By age 16 he was competing
The role of technology within our personal and professional lives continues evolving at an exceptionally fast pace. From utility-based mobile apps and wearable devices, to the emergence of augmented and
Remember those little six-wheeled robots we told you about in April? They’re now set for a commercial rollout in London and three other European cities. The robots, from Starship Technologies, will be
Trumpeting his company's $26.2 billion acquisition of LinkedIn Monday morning, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella offered no shortage of rationales for the deal. LinkedIn's vast trove of data showing who in corporate
Retailer claims credit card provider charges merchants ‘unacceptably high’ fees Walmart Canada stores will stop accepting Visa cards, claiming the credit card provider charges merchants “unacceptably fees.
Positive first impressions can link you to all kinds of crazy-good friendships and securities, so the more of them you can make, the better your odds often are for achieving personal and business goals.
Hint: It's not when people call it crazy. If Amazon listened to conventional wisdom, a lot of its big ideas never would have seen the light of day, CEO Jeff Bezos says. But how does the company decide
In an article I wrote two years ago about the future of money, I explained that despite the libertarian fantasies that were being bandied about at the time, Bitcoin was unlikely to ever be a mainstream
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