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The Podcast App aims to be the simplest way to listen to podcasts

While it sometimes feels like everyone has a podcast nowadays, the truth is that most Americans still don’t listen to podcasts regularly. The Y Combinator-backed team behind The Podcast App is planning to change that.<p>And yes, that’s the app’s real name. Co-founder and CEO Martín Siniawski argued …

Apps

These 33 Shark Tank Products You Can Now Get On Amazon Are Total Brilliance

There’s really only one word to describe Shark Tank viewers: <i>obsessed</i>. And why wouldn’t they be? Where else can you watch magical innovations like …

For WeWork Cofounders, Leadership Starts With a Passion for Life

Adam Neumann enjoys telling the stories behind his failed entrepreneurial startups. His first venture was in ladies’ shoes. Then baby clothes. But he …

Startups

5 Tips on Managing an All-Millennial Office (From a Millennial CEO)

Better position your business as a place millennials not only start, but grow their careers.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>It’s been about two years since millennials surpassed gen Xers to become the largest share of the American workforce. As that gap continues to …

Employee Engagement

5 Simple Questions Great Leaders Ask | Inc.com

Great leaders don't just provide great answers to questions; they also ask great questions. You can learn so much by asking great questions, and this a fantastic habit to develop.<p>As well as helping you to increase your knowledge and understanding, it also makes your teams feel more involved because …

Leadership

How Our Brain’s Habits Affect How We Get Along With Our Coworkers

These are the four ways our brains address problems, and what it means for how we work with others.<p>We’re all creatures of habit for good reason. While the brain comprises 4% of our body mass, it consumes at least 20% of the body’s blood glucose to do all the hard work of thinking and running our …

Brainstorming

A former Navy SEAL called me out for making excuses, and it changed the way I think about leadership

Jocko Willink was the commander of Task Unit Bruiser, the most decorated special operations unit of the Iraq War, and Leif Babin was one of his two platoon commanders.<p>They took what they learned on the battlefield and brought it to the business world with their management consulting firm, Echelon …

New York City

R-Motion simulator fits in your hand, lets you play 100s of virtual courses

Clips to club shaft to sense velocity, angles, smash factor, distance, deviation—even mishits<p>The R-Motion golf simulator is so compact you might not even know it’s there. At least not until you hit a shot and watch a computer monitor showing your ball sailing over the first green at Pinehurst No. 2.<p>…

Golf

Almost half of American women shoppers won’t even walk into a store unless there’s a sale

A growing pile of evidence supports a grim conclusion for clothing retailers: Customers are no longer willing to pay full price when they go shopping. A new piece of research shows that 45% percent of American women need to see a markdown of 41% or more to even enter a store, according to a First …

eCommerce

The most mind-blowing things I learned in my first year at Harvard Business School

<i>"What's one thing you've learned at Harvard Business School that blew your mind?"</i><p>I've gotten countless variations of this question over the past year.<p>I can't tell you everything I've learned at HBS, and no book would have prepared me for the experience.<p>Instead, I'm going to give you a taste.<p>Some of …

Harvard Business School

Why Twitter Investor Chris Sacca Is Changing His Stance on the Social Network

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- <b>Twitter</b> (TWTR) has had its share of critics since going public in November 2013, as the micro-blogging social network has had …

Social Media

When God Mercifully Ruins Our Plans

It is a priceless gift when someone shows you a gospel treasure hidden in plain sight in the Bible. My good friend, Jameson Nass, just did this for …

Slow Cooker Sunday: 5-Ingredient (or less!) recipes that make dinner easy

1 /21: Buffalo chicken<p>1/21 :Buffalo chicken<p>Share<p>Tweet<p>Pin<p>No longer do you need to go to the pub to get your hands on the perfect Buffalo chicken …

Cooking

Charter set to announce Time Warner Cable acquisition

<b>UPDATE: New Tuesday story on the announcement</b> <b>here</b><b>.</b><p>Time Warner Cable has a new potential buyer: Charter Communications.<p>Charter will announce a three-way proposal to buy Time Warner Cable (TWC) and a smaller cable provider, Bright House Networks, on Tuesday, people close to the talks say.<p>The bid will …

Media Industry

Christians love their athletes loud and proud

Stephen Curry is the biggest star in the NBA playoffs not named LeBron James. He won the league’s MVP award for the first time, broke his own record …

3 Things David Allen Taught Me about Productivity

No matter what type of business you’re running, it’s important to be productive. Many would agree productivity is vital to increase business growth …

An Exploration of the Most Ubiquitous Logos

A good logo sends a powerful message, embodies the brand and gets ingrained in minds. The best ones<p>A good logo sends a powerful message, embodies the brand and gets ingrained in minds. The best ones are everywhere, and are instantly recognizable in a glance. But each logo has a story behind it, and …

Modern ‘Love’ in the Age of Tinder

On the Saturday-night train back to Manhattan, I cried. Back in my dorm room, buried under the covers so my roommates wouldn’t hear, I fell asleep …

Relationships

Telling Tales: Using Narrative Psychology in Branding

Let me tell you a story. It’s a bit about our past. A bit about our future but more importantly, it concerns what is happening right now. It is also …

Mad Men
Marketing

How the Democratic and Republican Parties Have Changed, in 8 Charts

From Bill Clin­ton’s first elec­tion as pres­id­ent in 1992 to Hil­lary Rod­ham Clin­ton’s second pres­id­en­tial can­did­acy in 2015, the …

Pew Research Center

Google Launches Its Own Wireless Service, Project Fi

As rumored for months, Google has just announced plans to offer its own wireless cellular service.<p><b>Here’s what we know so far:</b><p>It’s called “Project Fi”<br>• It’s for Nexus 6 owners only, at first.<br>• It’s invite only right now. You can sign up for an invite here.<br>• It’s built on top of Sprint and T-Mobile’s …

Android News
Public Relations

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How the Bucks' redesign was born

Uniform and logo designs are usually attributed to faceless corporations or leagues. You know the usual sound bites: "Nike designed these uniforms," …

College Football
College Football

Sports Illustrated is big on proclaiming new eras in golf

Look, Golf Digest is in the magazine business, too, so we get it. There's no reward in hedging. Still, we couldn't help but notice how Sports Illustrated likes to declare the beginning of new eras in golf.<p>For instance, here's this week's cover, showing Jordan Spieth with the subhead, "The Spieth …

Manny Pacquiao Credits Wife, Faith With Changing His Life

<i>Boxer Manny Pacquiao arrives for a joint press conference with Floyd Mayweather Jr on March 11, 2015 at the Nokia Theatre at LA Live in Los Angeles,</i> …