One Small Thing Thinking about juicing, cutting carbs or giving up fruit in a quest to lose weight? Think again. How many times have you read that you need to eat clean, start juicing or only eat foods
After sampling 12 different protein bars, the only place I don't feel like going is the gym. Protein bars are designed to be high-energy snacks that contain a large concentration of protein, a macronutrient
If you had told me that all these furniture pieces and accessories were part of the sets of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, I would have believed you. These wireless charging surfaces by South
I started my career in consulting about 20 years ago in my first job right out of college. I remember being excited about getting my first work computer, cell phone and business cards. I also remember
"I've gotta say it," said Jeff Bracken, group vice president and general manager for Lexus, at the RX L's debut, "that's one L of a vehicle." Amusing eye-roll-worthy jokes aside, the new three-row 2018
If you moonlight as the Wolf of Wall Street, get ready to take advantage of Google’s newly revamped Finance section. The search engine is bringing many of its finance features directly into Google search.
Feel like your inbox could use an upgrade? Give Gmail new productivity powers with practical, efficiency-enhancing add-ons. Gmail may be the de facto standard for web-based email—but sometimes, the service
Open offices are great for collaboration and chatting with colleagues. They’re awful for getting shit done. There’s always a need for some peace and quiet away from the workplace thrum. It’s a delicate
Millennial workers want silence (not snacks) in their offices–here’s how to design for it. Do expensive amenities like great food and game rooms really attract the best employees? That’s been the conventional
From Baltimore to Washington, D.C., the quest for some of the coolest office attributes continues. These 13 companies hail from New York City, where beautiful buildings and architecture fill every block.
Competition for top talent is fierce. As it becomes increasingly more challenging to recruit and retain talented employees, companies are getting creative and turning to workplace design as a solution.
There are as many note-taking systems as there are note takers, but one has proven especially popular with designers and creatives: the Action Method, which was developed by the creative network Behance
The countries of Europe and Asia are increasingly integrating together economically, logistically and politically via China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and the various other endeavors of the broader
Honda is known for its engineering excellence. It's also a company willing to take its time to get things right. For example, Honda famously spent a decade perfecting its second-generation NSX supercar,
Automile, a fleet logistics and management startup, has closed a $7.5 million Series A round led by SaaStr with participation from Salesforce Ventures, Niklas Zennstrom, Dawn Capital and Point Nine Capital.