1. “Why is equality so assiduously avoided? Why does white America delude itself, and how does it rationalize the evil it retains? The majority of white Americans consider themselves sincerely committed
Headlines today are filled with blatant examples of workplace bias, from employees who give black coworkers nooses, to pay disparities in soccer, to supervisors’ admonitions that women need to “get along
Confidence is a key component of success, and part of building and maintaining confidence is looking for the little things that may be undermining it every day. One place to look carefully is the language
Revealed by Chinese company Dongxu Optoelectronics, the battery pack is called the G-King. It has a 4,800mAh capacity, which is considerably more than what we see in a smartphone, and more inline with
Regulatory authorities in the United States have been active in questioning mergers of several large companies. And several have been stopped dead in their tracks. What lies behind the push back by regulators
I'm writing this article exhausted and sore because two days ago I started researching for this article. Having hurt my leg running, I decided to skip a workout to recover. Then I read Vince Lombardi.
In the past, an initial rate hike would more or less imply that there would be a few more in the near future. And so people would buy the US dollar in anticipation of more hikes. So, effectively, the was
When it came time for Tübingen Mayor Boris Palmer to return to Germany Friday after speaking at the Chicago Forum on Global Cities, he bought a $5 ticket to the Blue Line, an electric train that zips the
Sometimes, despite your best efforts, a negotiation doesn’t go your way. Perhaps a customer pushed for a steeper discount than you wanted to give, or a potential client went with a competitor’s approach
I’ve always loved the contrast between Moore’s Law – Gordon Moore’s pronouncement that silicon chips’ power would double every 18 months – and Peter Drucker’s much more sober statement about the art of
The JINS Meme glasses can help you exercise better -- when they work. Fitness wearables don't have to go on your wrist -- although it makes sense that most of them are designed that way. We've been wearing
Engaging your mind is the best way to keep it sharp, but in the hustle and bustle of daily life, it’s easy to fall into a slump. If you need a mental pick-me-up, check out these fascinating TED Talks.
And can automatically deliver medication with microneedles People with diabetes prick their fingers multiple times a day to check their blood glucose levels, and dose themselves daily with injections insulin.
I often get asked “what email service should I use if I don’t want to use Gmail?” and now I finally have what I think is an excellent answer. ProtonMail is an ad-free, end-to-end encrypted email client
That's one heck of a boomerang. In a truly impressive feat of aeronautic engineering, a Japanese student created one of the most advanced unmanned paper drones ever to be observed. Launched from a classroom