- Harvard Business Review - Anyi Ma and Yu Yang and Krishna Savani
Lots of negotiators use ultimatums to elicit concessions from the other party — and they’re often successful. So what should you do if you’re on the receiving end of one of these demands? New research
- Forbes - Amy Sterling
There once was a Coronavirus that landed on a human’s hand with a few hundred thousand of its colleagues. It sat, idle, waiting for the right environment to enslave its new host’s cells into making copies
- USA TODAY - By Shameika Rhymes
Your dog may be your best friend, but not all of your pals will share your affection for your fur baby. Believe it or not, some people are just afraid of dogs, but there are a few ways to help your animal-wary
Taking care of your mental health is just as important as looking after your physical well- being. But, the wealth of information and opinions online can be daunting. Insider consulted medical professionals and scholars to define and answer some common queries regarding your mental health.
- Fast Company - Katharine Schwab
The viral video ‘Plandemic’ illustrates many of the characteristics of conspiratorial thinking, from embracing contradictions to assuming nefarious intent. The conspiracy theory video “Plandemic” recently
What it’s like to be a nanny during the pandemic, getting paid $1,000 a week while risking infection and sudden unemploymentInsider - Jaimie Seaton
- Associated Press - By SARA BURNETT and REGINA GARCIA CANO, Associated Press
CHICAGO (AP) — Artist Obi Uwakwe was driving through Chicago’s empty streets, camera on his lap to document life during COVID-19, when he saw something that made him stop: a casket being carried out of
- Architectural Digest - John Gendall
As the climate crisis comes into sharper focus with ever new urgency, architects have been redefining just what “sustainable architecture” can mean, treating the question as a design challenge itself.