Are you a certified organizational ninja? It’s okay, nobody is–so steal this idea from career kickstarter Amber Rae, who shares her “Work, Play, Fit, Push” framework for getting things done while staying
I wrote this for High School Students, but it’s applicable to anyone. It’s an address to education and self-fulfillment. More high school and college students should start projects. Projects are a means
A failure of the national power grid today has left 2 million people in Kenya without electricity. Kenya Power, the majority government owned operator of the country’s power system, said that the failure
The Chinese government may finally be reining in the use of wealth management products (WMPs), the risky investment vehicles that held some $1.2 trillion in assets (largely households) at the end of 2012.
Business News Stocks shaved their gains but still ended in positive territory across the board Tuesday, buoyed by supportive comments from central banks around the world and some upbeat economic data.
Equity markets ran red around the world Thursday, on concern the Federal Reserve’s commitment to keeping its foot on the gas may be wavering and a lackluster economic data out of China and Europe. The
And how online courses might only exacerbate the problem In 2006, Amherst College made a decision that administrators at some other schools considered radical. The critics said it would dent the value
Chilean authorities have fined the world's largest gold mining company, Barrick Gold Corp, more than $16m for environmental offences. Construction at the Pascua-Lama mine, on the border with Argentina,
Using a hands-free device does not eliminate driving errors, but in fact increases them, according to a growing body of research, which suggests new technology is not making the roads safer and that distracted-driving
While Eric Schmidt's proclamation that "most" new TVs would have Google TV embedded last year didn't come true, LG stated today that it's bringing the platform to more regions soon. The Korea Times reports