Today I had the great pleasure of speaking at The Innovation Enterprises’ 2013 Women in Strategy Summit, which brings together 75 high-level women in marketing and strategy, about the leadership secrets
From an American vantage point, nothing is more expensive than New York City. Average incomes around Central Park are $200,000 annually, according to this great map produced by public radio station WNYC.
Last year in April 2012, researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology created the first plastic solar cell (Forbes: New Technique Creates First Plastic Solar Cell) which they hope will help change
News of Apple’s decision to intensify its focus on Indian markets comes as other smartphone powers are looking to grow their shares of that country’s mobile users. Franchisees of Apple’s “exclusive stores”
Libratone isn't a household name yet, but the 30-person Danish company with its roots in acclaimed Steinway Lyngdorf audio is hoping to change the face of portable speakers, literally. Having grown from
I've owned too many tablets over the last three years, and not a single one has had cellular connectivity. I've always bought the Wi-Fi model because I don't want to pay for extra data, I don't want to
Tablets are in a funny phase. For years, Google and Microsoft were content to sit back while hardware partners used their software to make tablets. But as the iPad gobbled up the market, it became clear
The Android market has changed radically in the past couple of years. Where we once had a spec war, with manufacturers racing to release ever-more powerful smartphones as quickly as possible, now it’s
The iPad mini has arrived — and so has our review. Just last week, Apple introduced the world to the newest member of its wildly successful tablet line, an adorable, diminutive slate with a 7.9-inch display.
According to Digitimes, Apple is planning on launching a TV set either later this year or in early 2014. The site, which has a mixed track record, says that the display is of 4K resolution. Specifically,
You’re in the hot seat. Your palms are sweaty; voice is shaky; face is flushed; and mouth is dry. Maybe you’re bouncing your knees and talking too fast. Perhaps your heart is racing or your stomach is
As we move forward into the 21st century, one of the biggest challenges facing humanity is climate change caused by increasing carbon dioxide emissions. In particular, how to fight the effects of climate
Ranked the world’s best restaurant for the last three years by Restaurant magazine, Noma’s dining experience is near perfection, and so are its 386 Google reviews. Turning down a meal at Noma would be
If you’re like me, you like to do more than take a hiatus from work over spring break. I like to find a chance to sneak in a little reading that might inspire me on how to make my business better. But
On Earth Day, 1971, Keep America Beautiful ran the now-famous PSA – “The Crying Indian“- for the first time. It had a stunning effect on the populace, and shined a much-needed light on the behaviors that
Last week wasn’t a great one when it comes to the seemingly toxic topic of “gender, tech and the Internetz.” Adria Richards made a questionable decision to publicly shame two developers at a tech conference
You can watch all the National Geographic Channel footage you want, but nothing can compare to--or prepare you for--the majesty of Africa’s wild animals, up close and personal. You might be the first to
Talk to most professionals about their ultimate goals, and you’ll get the same responses – work for myself, travel the world, and maybe even win fame and fortune. Chris Guillebeau, author of The $100 and
While most managers complain about being overloaded with responsibilities, very few are willing to give up any of them. It’s one of the great contradictions of organizational life: People are great at
An interview with Elizabeth Grace Saunders, founder and CEO of Real Life E and author of The 3 Secrets to Effective Time Investment. SARAH GREEN: Welcome to the HBR IdeaCast from Harvard Business Review.