18 of the Top 20 Tech Companies Are in the Western U.S. and Eastern China. Can Anywhere Else Catch Up?
Today’s digital world is organized around two centers of gravity: the U.S. West Coast and the east coast of China. These gold coasts are home to nine of the top 10, and 18 of the top 20, internet companies,
Art director Daniel Carlmatz looks at language as more than just words on a page. For one year (November 2016 to November 2017), the Swedish creative challenged himself to visual wordplay by turning otherwise
Want to Learn From Someone Who Has Achieved Success? Here Are 5 Things You Can Do to Attract a Mentor
When it comes to attracting a mentor, there are a few things you can do to stand out and get the attention of someone that matters. In all my years of building successful businesses, I can tell you the
• Millennials have a strong preference for convenience, and eat at restaurants more than any other generation, according to Bernstein analysts.• This year, their purchasing power is set to surpass baby
San Francisco is losing more residents than any other city in the US, creating a shortage of U-Hauls that puts a rental $2,000
• More residents are leaving San Francisco than any other US city, according to data from real-estate site Redfin.• A growing number of those considering the move are Silicon Valley investors, The New
(Shutterstock) For over a century, IQ tests have been used to measure intelligence. But can it really be measured? October 15, 2017 9:29pm (UTC) This piece originally appeared on The Conversation. Despite
Conventional wisdom has it that the more time you spend in the office, the faster you’ll climb the corporate ladder. But what if spending time on other aspects of your life could make you a better leader?
Senior leaders in Silicon Valley are among the best-educated, most sophisticated, and savviest executives you’ll find anywhere. Yet over the course of placing senior high-tech leaders in new positions
At Facebook and Google, Highly Successful Teams Use This 3-Word Question to Spark Creativity (With Incredible Results)
Imagine you're a leader, and you want your team to accomplish ambitious goals. (Maybe you don't have to imagine.) There are three basic questions you can ask at the outset. All three questions seem very