Forget the 2018 market drop—because it’s handed us a golden opportunity to grab some double-digit “bounce-back” gains in as 2019 rolls out. I’ll tell you why I’m so excited about the year ahead in a moment.
In a very brief interview, Buffett shared words of wisdom for young workers. He's done it again. Warren Buffett, one of the wealthiest and most successful investors in the world, recently shared some advice
A new McKinsey study identifies the key driver of success in the next decade. A new McKinsey study of 800 occupations finds that automation and artificial intelligence will transform the workplace over
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After two years of careful reading, moving backwards through time, Robert McCrum has concluded his selection of the 100 greatest nonfiction books. Take a quick look at five centuries of great writing McCrum
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Whether you're looking for gift ideas or suggestions for your own reading, TED speakers have you covered. Back in May, just after the main TED event, the TED blog rounded up an incredible list of all titles
You’ve undoubtedly heard the phrase “can’t see the forest for the trees.” It’s all about losing sight of the big picture while you’re focusing on details. Unfortunately, that’s a malady that infects many
Milo Yiannopoulos courts controversy pretty much wherever he goes. He's been called a provocateur, a troll, the poster boy of the alt-right and a white nationalist. He's even called himself the "supervillain"
Almost everyone can agree that big data has taken the business world by storm, but what’s next? Will data continue to grow? What technologies will develop around it? Or will big data become a relic as
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Microsoft did a little last minute Christmas shopping just before the weekend and bought itself a shiny new data compute engine in the shape of Metanautix. Pronounced ‘meta-naugt-ix’ Redmond’s latest is
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The company's been making a lot of headlines for its growth and predictive technology, but it's also known for its recent hiring spree — particularly for bringing in a bunch of executives who were once
This simple clamp rack provides easy-access storage for a number of different clamp styles. It only takes about an hour or two to build, and uses common materials, making it a great project for those to
In the next 10 years, we believe that computers will move beyond their current role as our assistants, and become our advisors. With their help, we'll grapple with and solve some of the toughest issues
"Books allow you to fully explore a topic and immerse yourself in a deeper way than most media today," Zuckerberg wrote on his personal Facebook page. "I'm looking forward to shifting more of my media
It’s trite to say that data is becoming more and more pervasive — across industries, functions, and roles. But certain functions — especially customer facing ones such as sales and marketing — are truly
How one of Google’s original engineers became a self-help guru, and why thousands are on waiting lists for his course. In 2006, Google engineer Chade-Meng Tan decided he no longer wanted to feel like cog
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Bottlenose, a big data analytics firm which likens itself to “a real-time Palantir,” referencing its focus on tracking, filtering and analyzing stream data, has raised $13.4 million in Series B funding,
Data science is moving fast. Ask most observers to describe a data scientist and they’ll sketch a picture of a PhD out of Stanford, Harvard, or MIT who is a force in mathematics, statistics and programming.