When Apple announced its hiring of Burberry CEO (and Forbes Power Woman) Angela Ahrendts, they scored one of fashion’s great turnaround artists as their new head of retail and e-commerce. They simultaneously
The “swimmer’s body illusion,” and other ways our brains play tricks on us. Editor’s Note: This is one of the most-read leadership articles of 2013. Click here to see the full list. Get ready to have mind
A 7.2 magnitude earthquake has struck the central Philippines killing at least 20 people. The quake brought down buildings including a church and a former town hall on islands which are popular with tourists.
You probably get a little nervous before you go into a job interview. Even if you’ve copiously prepped, you figure the interviewer will hold all the cards. She knows everything about her company and the
A weekend lie-in does not make up for losing sleep during the week, a new study suggests. Several consequences of sleep deprivation such as increased levels of stress hormone and inflammation of the body
Are Americans dumb? This is a question that has been debated by philosophers, begrudging foreigners and late night TV talk show hosts for decades. Anyone who has ever watched the Tonight Show's "Jaywalking"
Millennials, Gen-Y – whatever you want to call them – may view career and coin a little bit differently than other generations. The business world had better pay attention because these globally-minded
We're warning you: these recipes are epic. When it comes to dessert, the HuffPost Taste editors have got you covered. Between chocolate brownies, homemade ice cream, chocolate chip cookies, layer cakes
Science News The age of discovery isn't over yet. A colossal canyon, the longest on Earth, has just been found under Greenland's ice sheet, scientists announced Thursday in the journal Science. "You think
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A US student stuns his audience of freshmen with an impassioned welcoming speech set to the tune from 2001: A Space Odyssey. Mechanical engineering major Nicolas Selby began his sophomore welcome at the
How do you fancy living in a city with which you can interact? A city that acts more like a living organism, a city that can respond to your needs. Around the world such cities are already being built,
In a recent article in IEEE’s Spectrum magazine, “Unclean at any Speed,” Ozzie Zehner argues that battery electric vehicles (BEVs) are essentially trading one environmental problem for another rather moving
The editors at Amazon.com recently came out with a list of the Best Books of 2013 So Far, which ranks the best books released between January and June 2013. "Customers looking for great summer reads will