In 2013, Slack emerging from the ruins of a failed game company and exploded onto the scene as one of the fastest-growing business apps in history. Today, more than 12 million people use the chat app communicate
It’s well known that biases often creep into the hiring process, from preferring a candidate who went to a certain university to guessing someone’s interest in a role based solely on their looks. Now a
It’s easy to get cynical about corporate social-impact programs, but sometimes they just make sense. Take the latest do-gooding efforts by Lyft. The company notes that the ability of poor people to find
In more than a year of protest, city-center shutdowns, and a policy of deliberately attempting to get arrested, some of the most violent moments of the Extinction Rebellion movement in London took place
When Korede Akinsete, 26, moved to New York City from Lagos, Nigeria, she was desperate to find a space similar to her home, with a myriad of black people occupying all kinds of lives and levels of power.
When Arielle Duhaime-Ross was a zoology major in college, she decided to do her undergraduate thesis on salamanders. “It was a very isolating experience for me in some ways,” says Duhaime-Ross, a science
The good news: There are more women in top level positions at America’s firms than ever before. The bad news? There are still big problems getting there, and the biggest, according to a new report from
Say you’re an executive aspiring to join the C-Suite. Your access to the firm’s CEO may be limited. But understanding when and how to communicate issues and opportunities upward can make a big difference