A great set can make your waist look slimmer, your arms look bigger, and your back look broader. Here's the circuit that will help you build bolder shoulders When it comes to shoulders, the bolder, the
Last week, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments to determine the fate of Aereo, a Manhattan-based startup. The question before the court is whether Aereo’s business model violates the Copyright Act.
The American Psychological Association’s new Work and Well-Being Survey, released earlier this week, paints a hopeful picture about the state of American workers, with a few troubling caveats. I talked
Imagine that you’ve been working in your job for a while. You enjoy your work, know how to do it well, and take pride in the results you produce. And then one day things change. Perhaps a new boss is from
Foreign buyers delight in the glut of Spain's cheap Costa properties Although hundreds of Spanish families are still being evicted every day for defaulting on their mortgages, foreign buyers have returned
Below is the April 26th “Thoughts from the Frontline” newsletter, republished in full. (It is especially important to read the opening quotes this week. They set up the theme in the proper context.) “There
Most people have been asked that perennial, and somewhat annoying, question: “Where do you see yourself in five years?” Of course it is asked most often in a job interview, but it may also come up in conversation
Think you know enough about Social Security to make the best decision about when to claim your benefits? Join the crowd. In a just released survey of 55 and older workers, 24% say they are “very confident”
Attending last week’s IHS CERAWeek in Houston, the Davos of energy as some attendees referred to it, one could have easily been mistaken into believing oil and gas are the new masters of the universe.
With the news that HP is seriously looking at entering the 3D Printing market this summer (Maggie McGrath, here on Forbes), many analysts will be hoping that Meg Whitman has found a way to bring 3D printing
(Reuters) - An unnamed U.S. law firm was caught up in the global surveillance of the National Security Agency (NSA) and its overseas partners in Australia, according to a newspaper report on Saturday.
Did the NSA really help spy on U.S. lawyers? Did the NSA really help spy on U.S. lawyers? The front page of the Sunday New York Times features a new Snowden-based story that looks, at first blush, like
An unnamed US law firm was caught up in surveillance involving the National Security Agency and its Australian counterpart, according to a report released on Saturday. The New York Times reported that
Enjoy these cartoons from the March issue of HBR, and test your management wit in the HBR Cartoon Caption Contest at the bottom of this post. If we choose your caption as the winner, you will be featured
Reprint: R1401F Strategy making forces executives to confront a future they can only guess at. It’s not surprising, then, that they try to make the task less daunting by preparing a comprehensive plan
Some say that people do not really want advice, even when they ask for it — but when starting a company, good advice early on can be the difference between success and failure. For this reason, it is practice
A few months ago, we posed this question to ShortStack‘s Facebook fans: “What is one business lesson you learned the hard way?” It began as a simple question to garner engagement, but it led to a long
For years I’ve rejected the false choice that entrepreneurs are forced to make when it comes to the subjects of political science and comparative economics. First is the offer to buy in to the notion there
When we’re younger, we probably think that we’ll make more money when we’re older. Job seniority comes with promotions—and raises—right? As it turns out, your money arc is shorter than you think. According
Leaders that strive to be significant seek to create the greatest impact and influence. These are the types of leaders that we value the most; inspired by their courage and resiliency, we seek to emulate
Why would anyone in their right mind leave the stability of a salary, full benefits, normal hours and maybe even a membership at a gym or the jelly-of-the-month club for the life of an entrepreneur? I’ll
Seth Goldman and Barry Nalebuff built Honest Tea from scratch into a $100 million enterprise. In my recent article on Forbes, you get a few lessons and a compelling story of their journey. But wait, because
While women in the upper echelons of corporate America are singing the same old tune, “Still No Progress After Years of No Progress,” female entrepreneurs have something to rejoice about. The number of
Beef prices at record highs as cold weather hits cattle herds Beef prices at record highs as cold weather hits cattle herds Business News Jan. 10, 2014, 9:37 PM GMT The price of choice-grade U.S. beef