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Mark Zuckerberg criticizes Trump on immigration

Mark Zuckerberg has decided to speak up against President Trump.<p>The Facebook (FB) CEO and cofounder expressed concern on Friday over Trump's executive orders this week on immigration and refugees.<p>"Like many of you, I'm concerned about the impact of the recent executive orders signed by President …

The 10 Things You Must Do to Achieve Your Goals

To succeed, you first have to set yourself up for success.<p>In making New Year’s resolutions, it might seem like you’re setting yourself up for failure. So many people underutilize gym memberships, quickly revert to old habits or never take up new hobbies they’ve been meaning to master.<p>For …

Productivity

18 habits of highly successful people

But that's probably not the case. While luck and genetics may play a role, there are certain learnable behaviors which make success more likely.<p>Over on Quora, there's a thread dedicated to sharing some of those learnable behaviors. We rounded up 11 intriguing ones below.<p>You'll notice that none of …

Self-improvement

6 Holiday Travel Tips to Make Your Trip Less Stressful

Holiday travel can be less stressful? It's not a pipe dream.<p>Sure, there are people who love the sticky-sweet sentiment of holiday standard <i>Love Actually,</i> but our winter travel routine comes closer to scenes from <i>Home Alone.</i> Running through the terminal, boarding passes flying everywhere, coats …

Startup Insider: How FundersClub CEO Alex Mittal Built The World's First Online Venture Capital Firm

<i>Startup Insider is a series of articles with the goal of helping aspiring founders and entrepreneurs understand the ins and outs of starting a startup. You can sign up to stay up to date with this series here.</i><p>The best way to learn how to start a company is to just dive in and do it. For FundersClub …

5 Etiquette Rules No One Tells Newbies to Startup Land

Every industry has its unwritten rules. Silicon Valley is no exception.<p>If you want to gain entry to any industry there are certain obvious things you need to learn -- a body of knowledge about technology or law, for example, formal procedures, the identity of the sector's key players, etc. These …

Where to Find the Best View in Every State

Birmingham, Alabama, is watched over by the Roman God of fire and blacksmithing—Vulcan. As a nod to the city’s history as a major producer of the …

OLBlog

The main serial killer of startups and SMEs is a bad execution. A business without a plan is like a ship without navigation systems. Eventually, it …

21 money saving tips for every room in your home!

At homify, we love a good bargain! There is nothing better than learning how to create a stylish and attractive home, while spending as little as …

This Is the Salary You Need to Buy a Home in U.S. Cities

So, where's the most affordable place to buy your first home? Pittsburgh came out on top, with a salary of $32,390.09 needed to afford a property. …

20 Essential Cleansing Foods to Try

Yummy Superfoods to Cleanse Your Body<p>Our bodies neutralize and eliminate dietary and environmental toxins every day. Certain foods can support, or …

The man Intel paid $25 million to poach from Qualcomm will make his first big stage appearance this week

Intel paid roughly $25 million last year to steal him from rival Qualcomm and put him in charge of the company's PC, mobile, and Internet of Things units, essentially putting him in charge of almost every business not building data center chips.<p>But despite his high rank, Renduchintala has not made …

Internet of Things

This Is Your Life in Silicon Valley

You wake up at 6:30 a.m. after an Ambien-induced sleep. It’s Friday. Last night at the Rosewood was pretty intense — you had to check out Madera and …

The bad boy of India’s startup ecosystem is back

A little over two months after Rahul Yadav—the 26-year-old co-founder and former CEO of Housing.com—was unceremoniously ousted from his job, the enfant terrible of India’s startup ecosystem is readying a new venture.<p>The IIT-Bombay dropout is setting up a data visualisation firm that will help …

India