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Google's new app lets users conduct scientific research on their phones

Google's new Android app revamps the clipboard for scientific field experiments. The app, called Science Journal, measures and records data in real time, and then converts that data into easily readable graphs and charts.<p>Users can store several projects in the app, and use tools like an …

Apps

Chipotle is facing a crisis that has nothing to do with E. coli

The burrito chain's sales have plunged after last year's E. coli scare, which affected restaurants in 14 states.<p>The outbreak was declared over in February, but same-store sales, or sales at stores open at least a year, continue to fall.<p>Same-store sales dropped 26.1% in February after a 36.4% …

Same-Store Sales

Japan is the 'land of the setting sun' for investors

On the surface, Japan's stock market looks promising. The Tokyo Stock Price Index, or TOPIX, trades at a price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 16, which isn't terribly cheap - but is 20 percent below its 10-year average. Shares have fallen 20 percent from an 18-year high in June 2015, and are down an …

7 Ways to Lead People Who Don’t Want to Be Led

Leadership used to be a top-down, pyramid-style structure. The journey to the top was clearly marked. A student graduates college, finds an …

Leadership

Success -- Part Heart, Part Soul -- All Up to You

<b>"Confidence isn't optimism or pessimism, and it's not a character attribute. It's the expectation of a positive outcome." -- Rosabeth Moss Kanter</b><p>How often do you hear a really successful person say:<p>"Gosh, I'm so surprised I made it!<p>I never really thought I would!"<p>Never, right? You also rarely hear …

How To Find Job Opportunities You Didn’t Know Existed

Start with the companies and roles you do know about, then follow these steps to hunt down others that you don’t.<p>Finding a job, whether you’re starting your career or transitioning from one field to another, is unquestionably among the most daunting, time-consuming, and stressful of …

How 'Superbosses' Create Exceptional Leaders | Inc.com

Lately, I've been surrounded by the theme of management and leadership, and the role of each in the future of work. Recently I spoke with Sydney Finkelstein to discuss what makes some leaders truly exceptional. Sydney is the Steven Roth Professor of Management and faculty director of the Tuck …

Leadership

How to Really De-Stress From a Crazy Work Schedule

<i>The Leadership Insiders network is an online community where the most thoughtful and influential people in business contribute answers to timely</i> …

Employment

Nasdaq CEO Bob Greifeld explains the strategy he uses to find the company's next leaders

Nasdaq, Inc. CEO Bob Greifeld regularly has group lunches with non-executive employees to remain visible and available to those outside of his inner circle.<p>But through these lunches, Greifeld is able to get an idea of who will be rising up the ranks to a leadership position.<p>"It's always interesting …

Leadership

Why Don't Millennials Support Capitalism? 5 Young Founders on the New Rules of Business Success | Inc.com

How do millennials feel about the current state of the U.S. economy and the system behind it? According to a recent study conducted by Harvard University, which polled young adults between the ages of 18 and 29, not so good: 51 percent of survey respondents said they do not support capitalism, and …

Entrepreneurship

Why the Global 1% and the Asian Middle Class Have Gained the Most from Globalization

It is by now well-known that the period from the mid-1980s to today has been the period of the greatest reshuffle of personal incomes since the Industrial Revolution. It’s also the first time that global inequality has declined in the past two hundred years. The “winners” were the middle and upper …