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How Tony Robbins came from a broken household to build a $6 billion empire and coach business legends like Marc Benioff and Paul Tudor Jones

• <b>Tony Robbins is a life and business coach, known for his bestselling books and audio tapes and his list of high-profile clients.</b>• <b><br>He owns 33 companies and directly runs a dozen of them. He expects to generate $6 billion in annual revenues this year.</b>• <b><br>Robbins says he had a tumultuous childhood, and so</b> …

Golden State Warriors

Zaha Hadid, 1950-2016: an appreciation

The Observer’s architecture critic, who himself worked with Zaha Hadid, pays tribute to her provocative and always uncompromising talent<p>In 1978, in the inaugural issue of the short-lived art magazine <i>Viz</i> (not to be confused with the scatological comic of the same name), an image of Zaha Hadid …

Prince Charles

Roundup Of Internet of Things Forecasts And Market Estimates, 2015

• Cisco predicts the global IoT market will be $14.4T by 2022.<br>• IC Insights predicts revenue from Industrial Internet IoT spending will increase from $6.4B in 2012 to $12.4B in 2015.<br>• IoT in manufacturing market size is estimated to grow from $4.11B in 2015 to $13.49B by 2020, attaining a CAGR of …

Internet of Things

Here is what a trader learned from putting together his bank's most profitable trade ever

But miraculously, Bob Henderson, then Barclays' managing director and head of commodity index, hybrids and exotics trading, said he helped steer the firm away from enormous losses and into the bank's "best trade ever."<p>Through a lengthy article in science magazine Nautilus, Henderson explains in a …


Why two Googlers left the company's top-secret lab to create an app that aims to change how people talk to each other

One day, while he and his wife were both at work, he got a text message containing an audio file from his 20-month-old daughter's nanny.<p>When he finally downloaded the file as an MP3 and fired up his media player, he heard June, his 20-month-old daughter, say some of her first words: "I miss you, …