Alzheimer’s disease affects more than 5 million Americans, a number that’s expected to grow to 16 million by 2050. Early intervention can help to lessen the most debilitating symptoms, namely memory loss
Sorry, but you’re going to need to use an app. You've finally taken the EV plunge. You're "one of the good ones," you think to yourself. It's all about reducing your impact on the planet and moving further
The questions you ask can derail your progress, or empower your business. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Questions are powerful tools -- as essential to investors and venture
Increasing volatility, uncertainty, growing complexity, and ambiguous information (VUCA) has created a business environment in which agile collaboration is more critical than ever. Organizations need be
Here’s a truth: many in the marketing industry today don’t really understand brands. They may think that “brand” and “customer experience” are different. But that kind of brand is a layer of communications.
Whether presiding over the entire company, a function, a region, or a business unit, the people at the top of an organization have a disproportionate level of influence over those they lead. Those further
Creating work atmospheres where people choose to engage and do their best work for the right reasons will lead to sustainable success. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Recently,
As the head of a large manufacturing plant at a multinational conglomerate, an executive I’ll call David had proved himself a competent, trustworthy manager. So when the presidency of one of the company’s
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We trust in science because we can verify the accuracy of its claims. We test and verify that accuracy by repeating the scientist’s original experiments. What happens when those tests fail, particularly
Simple: It’s mimicking us. Open up the photo app on your phone and search “dog,” and all the pictures you have of dogs will come up. This was no easy feat. Your phone knows what a dog “looks” like. This
Take in the stunning landscape from the expansive roof deck Not quite a tiny house but still impressively small, this 529-square-foot cube in Arizona contains everything so efficiently within its walls.
There are many reasons that you might want to start Android development. Building an app that will make you rich and change the world is only one motivation; others include learning to code, building that
An MIT professor explains why we are still a long ways off from solving one of the biggest problems with self-driving cars
The Trolley problem goes like this: a runaway trolley is barreling toward five people on a track who cannot move. But you have the option to pull a lever and send it to a side track where you see one standing.