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Digg By The Numbers, 2015 Edition

An Exercise In Dig(g)ital Corporate Nudity<p>At the start of a new year, it’s tech company tradition/neurosis to do a swan dive into the previous year’s …

The Forgiveness Boost

Making amends with those who trespass against us yields a number of physical and mental benefits. Sometimes even victims of the worst crimes can find solace in letting go.<p>On New Year’s Eve in 1995, Frances McNeill, a 78-year-old woman who lived alone in Knoxville, Tennessee, went to bed early. …

Psychology

An Inside Look At Chandon’s Strategy For Conquering The Millennial Bubbles Market

When champagne started popping up in rap videos, sparkling wine purveyor Chandon saw an opportunity to get in with millennials.<p>In the late ’90s, champagne suddenly started showing up in rap videos: Biggie Smalls was seen popping open bottles on a yacht surrounded by scantily clad babes, Snoop Dogg …

Wine

Disney CEO Bob Iger's Empire of Tech

Even in a dress-down gray sweater, Bob Iger looks a bit mechanical. His mouth is almost geometrically straight, his face constructed of some cool …

Twitter error kicks Android app users out of their accounts

Normality is returning to mobile Twitter. After a period during which the official Android Twitter app was inaccessible, some users are now reporting that they can access their accounts on their Android devices again. Twitter's mobile site is back up after some downtime, and Tweetdeck, which was …

Startups fighting over the word 'zen’

Zen is having a moment, in the tech world at least. For starters, there is Zenefits, the benefits startup; Zenfolio for photo hosting; and ZenPayroll for, well, payroll.<p>So many startups now include the word “zen” in their name that Zendesk, the cloud customer support company, felt forced to do …

Zendesk

Meet Amazon’s No. 1 reviewer

She hates mint. Don’t even get her started on mint.<p>She is 5-foot-2, drives a Honda CR-V, and has very detailed opinions on printer cartridges, tax …

Why the workday should be 10–6, not 9–5

If you've ever wished you didn't have to get to work until later in the morning, you're not alone. A new study shows that those who start work later also get more sleep. And that's led some health experts to suggest that pushing back the workday could be a good idea.<p>Roughly 40 percent of Americans …

Left-Handed? Prepare to Earn Less

When our son was born two years ago, my right-handed wife prayed he would be a lefty, because she believed lefties were disproportionately talented. …

The Identity Crisis Under the Ink

Americans—particularly Millennials—are getting more tattoos than ever. Is a shifting, increasingly uncertain culture to blame?<p>Some weeks ago, during a bleary-eyed subway ride to work, I found myself staring at a young woman on the other side of the car. She wore business attire with a North Face …

Why does “Serial” need donations?

I’m bullish when it comes to the business of podcasting. I’m not alone, as evidenced by articles explaining why podcasting is surging, like this one …

Salvage Beast

With roughly 100,000 large merchant ships in the water at any time, scores sink, burn, break apart, run aground, or explode each year—often with toxic consequences. It is Captain Nick Sloane's job to board troubled vessels and salvage what he can. Against heavy odds, he recently refloated the …

The 7 Laws of Regenerative Enterprises

Managing baffles us with its complexity. Leaders looking to improve managing do not know where to start, much less where to finish. So even though the gales of creative destruction continually threaten their enterprises, they do not necessarily see radically revising their managing as the obvious …

Destroying Your Enemies Through the Magic of Design

<b>Article Continues Below</b><p><b>A note from the editors</b>: We’re pleased to share an excerpt from Jenny Lam and Hillel Cooperman’s new book Making Things …

That Time GoPro Failed to Go Big

Late one August evening, Heather Falenski had a crazy idea. She dropped it in an email to her longtime friend Calvin Hecker. It was after midnight, …

A VILÁG LEGJOBB CSAPATA

<b>Az Apple dizájn csapata a legjobb abban, amit csinál. De miért?</b><p>Az ember központú dizájnt csak ember központú szervezetben lehet megvalósítani. Egyre …

The Roadmap to Taylor Swift's Record-Breaking Week in 6 (Not So Easy) Steps

The singer and her hard-charging label defied the odds by brilliantly influencing everything from fans' emotions to lowered expectations to hit …

How I learned to stop worrying and love commoditization

Customers love commoditization. It improves their capital economics, allows them to standardize their operational procedures and reduces their …

Joni Mitchell on Freedom, the Source of Creativity, and the Dark Side of Success

At the age of eight, <b>Joni Mitchell</b> (b. November 7, 1943) contracted polio during the last major North American epidemic of the disease before the invention of the polio vaccine. Bedridden for weeks, with a prognosis of never being able to walk again, she found hope in singing during that harrowing …

How One Man Went From Homeless to CEO

After living on the streets, Gabriel Bristol discovered he had a special talent: appeasing angry customers. Now he's CEO of Intelicare Direct, a fast-growing call center with more than 300 employees.<p>"What do you mean, a 50 percent refund?" says the voice on the other end of the line. "Are you …

How Businessweek Is Reinventing the Magazine Cover

Chances are a <i>Bloomberg Businessweek</i> cover has stopped you in your tracks at some point: Maybe it was the brilliant cat hurricane GIF, or airplanes …

Play by your own rules.

<i>A little over a year ago I joined Facebook as a Product Manager. I work with the Pages, Location, and Events teams. As I’ve spent a decade of being</i> …

How the backyard bird became a wonder of science and commerce – Andrew Lawler

Among African Americans across the South, the pastor had first dibs on the bird that typically graced the table after church. ‘He ate the biggest, …