After a long fall, it's finally getting colder in New York City. That means we're going to start dropping not-so-subtle hints about how a gentleman should dress for winter weather. Footwear is key here.
Medications designed to mimic the health benefits of exercise could help the disabled or immobile—but they might also keep the rest of us on the couch. In his 1932 novel Brave New World, Aldous Huxley
One of Cooperman's slide decks was highly critical of stock repurchasing and the way it was being practiced by companies at the time. In the presentation, he used Loews as an example of a company that
When Johnny and Joanna got married and started budgeting, they didn’t exactly go around advertising it. “We were super coy about it,” says Johnny, 30, a copywriter who lives with his wife and two little
We're all going to die and we all know it. This can be both a burden and a blessing. In the heart of every parent lives the tightly coiled nightmare that his child will die. It might spring at logical
Like a lot of leaders, Steve Kerr, head coach of the Golden State Warriors basketball team--the favorite to win this year's NBA title--loves to read. But you won't find basketball or even sports books
Electronic health records were supposed to make life better for patients and doctors -- getting rid of bulky and messy paper files, streamlining delivery of care and organizing medical information so scientists
Photo: Forest Woodward Forest Woodward has an enviable travel schedule. In the last year, the climber, surfer, and pro photographer has visited half a dozen countries, including Spain and Peru, and about
Out here in Exampleland, Pete and Frank always leave Philadelphia at noon and pass Helen and Irma in Altoona at 4:30, but no one will tell you how fast they're going. And when you're planning for retirement,
The simple language trick is a big key to business innovation. A desktop, after all, wasn’t always on your computer. How is a Model T like a dead cow? If you know the answer to that, you understand the
All too often investors fret about balancing investing for the long-term while respecting the short-term environment, mistakenly believing that the different time frames require selecting different investments.
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• More capacity for more products, including 3P products • Proximity—as Amazon builds warehouses closer to customers, the shipping time goes down and so too does the shipping cost, a further flywheel for
Azendoo is not yet another task manager — it’s the glue that brings together all the services that you already use. The French startup took another approach to task and document management by focusing
Y Combinator-backed Lob, which creates a developer API that lets companies integrate printing and shipping services into their apps, has raised a $7 million Series A round led by Polaris Partners with
Organic food delivery startup Good Eggs wants to change the way people eat, making it easier for customers to buy organic foods produced by independent farmers and vendors nearby. With plans to bring marketplace
Well, what do we have here? A European series C round. Berlin-headquartered app analytics startup Adjust (if we can still call the company a startup) has raised a $7.6 million further round of funding
By definition, in order to stand out you need to do something that very few others are doing. But if you think that means engaging in something instantly, obviously extraordinary, like heroic adventures,
If you read my Forbes article “Move Over, Resume, You’ve Been Replaced,” you understand why your bio (I call it a 3D brand bio) is the most powerful personal branding tool you have. And in the digital
John W. Gardner, the secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare under President Lyndon Johnson and later the president of the Carnegie Corporation of New York, wrote many books and gave many speeches
At the Dell household, Labor Day marks the undeniable end of summer. It's back to school for the kids and back to the crazy pace that fall brings. (Secretly, I like it that way. I always have.) But the
More people visit About.com than visit LinkedIn, Twitter, or Buzzfeed, but many of them don’t notice. CEO Neil Vogel wants to change that. Neil Vogel, like most people, never really thought about About.com.