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Daily Inspiration #1731

This post is part of our daily series of posts showing the most inspiring images selected by some of the Abduzeedo's writers and users. If you want …

Charged: Sougwen Chung

Sougwen Chung has always had an affinity for computers and digital technology. The artist had her first website at the age of ten—"an oddly personal site," she recalls. In addition to the language of code, Chung is also conversant in music. Her father, an opera singer, made sure that his children …

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Daily Inspiration #1732

This post is part of our daily series of posts showing the most inspiring images selected by some of the Abduzeedo's writers and users. If you want …

The 20 photographs of the week

The best photography in news, culture and sport from around the world this week

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Masters class

In January, art advisor and collector of contemporary works Nicolai Frahm, known for his collaboration with British collector Frank Cohen, found …

What We Do

4G and 5G wireless technology<p>We continue to invest in our network to meet our customers’ demand, and we’re leading the industry in developing …

Internet of Things

MBA entrepreneurs have their day in the sun

Ed Fenster and Lynn Jurich are saving the environment one rooftop at a time.<p>Sunrun, their company, provides solar power to 35,000 homes in about a …

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Women at Business School – Natalia Obolensky

Natalia Obolensky is co-founder of BBureau, a hair and beauty company that she co-founded with Leisha Olandj during their MBA at Insead in France. It …

Decline in full-time MBA applications steadies

There are tentative signs that a global decline in applications for full-time MBA programmes could be steadying, according to figures released by the …

Battlefields, diamonds and the ‘hell’ of the MBA

Jan Joubert has fought in some of Africa’s nastiest wars, trained presidential bodyguards to scupper assassination attempts and run a diamond mine in …

9 Reasons Not To Retire Overseas (And Why They Don't Matter)

<b>Reason #1 Not To Retire Overseas: "I can't afford it."</b><p>In fact, you can't afford not to. I mean that both literally and figuratively.<p>You could launch a more comfortable, more interesting, safe, pleasant, even adventure-filled life in a number of places around the world on a budget of as little as …

5 Mistakes To Avoid In Early Retirement

Many people dream of early retirement, especially if they don’t like their current job. According to a recent Gallup poll, 70 percent of workers are disengaged from their job. Basically, the majority of us don't like our current position. While early retirement is a great alternative to working in …

How Aging Impacts Our Financial Decisions

You might not know it, but financial capacity — the ability to manage your money to meet your needs and match your values — is one of the first things to go when you have mild cognitive impairment.<p>That’s the condition of people who have mild problems with thinking and memory. Mild cognitive …

How Twitter’s Leadership Drama Explains its Success

One founder pushed aside in the early days of the company, his name scrubbed from its founding story. Another ousted from the CEO role by a co-founder, former boss, and seed investor. That founder himself booted from the CEO role later on by VCs, only to watch the company’s initial CEO return to …

Richard Branson: I didn't leave UK for tax reasons

Sir Richard Branson has insisted he did not leave Britain for tax reasons, saying he was living on his holiday island of Necker in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) because he loves the place.<p>Branson was writing in his blog after the Sunday Times said his decision to leave Britain was a turnaround …

Managers: Train your brain for ethical decisions

People in Austin, Texas, used to know the name of chef Jesse Griffiths for his supper club, Dai Due, or because of his popular stand at the city’s farmer’s market. But these days, Griffiths gets most of his notoriety thanks to his hunting class.<p>That’s right. Griffiths, who has worked in France and …

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3 Quick Sunset Photography Tips

In today’s landscape photography photo tip, we will discover three more ways to get better sunset photography.<p>“Biển Ke Ga” captured by Trandinhkhiem …

7 Tips for Helping Women Love having their Photo Taken by You

When I look at a picture of myself, I can point out a million things I hate: my hair is always flat, I hate the ptosis in my left eye, I hate the …

Digital Photography

Interesting Photo of the Day: Bajau Boy Ready to go Fishing

Among the shores of southeast Asia live an indigenous group of people called the Bajau. They primarily live off the ocean, using small wooden boats …

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