Ten of the best nonfiction film-makers today choose their own favourites, from serial killer stories and studies in the horrors of war to meta pranks • Storyville’s Nick Fraser on the power of the documentary
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The Confidence Game: What Con Artists Reveal About the Psychology of Trust and Why Even the Most Rational of Us Are Susceptible
“It’s the oldest story ever told. The story of belief — of the basic, irresistible, universal human need to believe in something that gives life meaning, something that reaffirms our view of ourselves,
They’ve been called lazy, selfish, entitled and needy. They’re powerless without their gadgets. They expect a constant stream of praise. They’re millennials, and they’re the object of these and more stereotypes,
If you want to build a culture of high performance, start by taking a look at your office environment. It matters more than you may realize. As co-CEO of the design and architectural firm Gensler, I’ve
Google today released the Google Publisher Plugin for WordPress. While it’s still in beta, the plugin lets you access Google AdSense and Webmaster Tools for your blog, assuming you own your own domain
Process is about action. When we talk about processes, we’re talking about everything an organization does in its ongoing operations. And so, it makes sense that in order to improve operational performance,
The following guest post is by Thomas Mueller, Chief Experience Officer for strategic branding firm Siegel+Gale. Though the definition is often hotly debated, most can agree that brand experience means
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“Over good wine we came up with the idea of putting ourselves in the middle of people with money and people who need it. We thought of making Dragon’s Den online, it was amazingly flawed.” This was six
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Editor’s note: Daniel Doktori works in the emerging companies practice at WilmerHale in New York City and is the co-founder of the Harvard Law Entrepreneurship Project. Follow him on Twitter @ddoktori.
The man who invented those tiny plush toys you used to buy with your allowance dropped out of college and could not serve in the military because of a hearing problem. These are just a few of the details
I've been preaching a consistent message about the evolution of digital media since 2008. And in this New Year, it's more relevant than ever. If your business is already active online, or has reallocated
The 7.5% US unemployment rate, at its lowest level since 2008, seems to be telling a story of slow-but-steady recovery after the Great Recession and Financial Crisis. Unfortunately, the bulk of evidence