Whether you're the hiring manager or the person interviewing, you'll need to a put a lot of weight into interview questions. If you don't ask the right questions -- or give solid answers -- the interview
Emirates this week discussed a long-rumored merger with Etihad Airlines. If it occurs, the ‘merger’ (really a takeover) will create one of the largest airlines in the world, with Emirates adding Etihad’s
To make a good decision, you need to have a sense of two things: how different choices change the likelihood of different outcomes and how desirable each of those outcomes is. In other words, as Ajay Joshua
In a recent podcast at Google's Re:work, Sarah Calderon, a manager at Google who oversees Google's Manager Development curriculum, revealed some nifty secrets about how they train and develop great managers.
I'm a recruiter, and there are 34 words and phrases that you can put on your resume to show any hiring manager you're a
One of the most common types of people I work with are those aiming to elevate their brand messaging to more loudly announce, "I'm one hell of a leader!" as they change jobs. It's one thing to be good
We’re facing the end of the cloud. It’s a bold statement, I know, and maybe it even sounds a little mad. But bear with me. The conventional wisdom about running server applications, be it web apps or app
Word of Russian ‘black cash’ financing leave campaigns is fast becoming a torrent. As the inquiries pile up, hard evidence could delegitimise the EU referendum The presidential administration is the most
Report led by Jürgen Maier says deal between government and industry could put Britain at forefront of new technologies and create thousands of new jobs Britain’s manufacturing sector could unlock £455bn
An academic fired after criticising Google shows how Silicon Valley shapes our reality When Google received a record $2.7bn fine from the European Union in June for abusing its search engine monopoly promote
Researchers found the best way to surf recommendation engines without giving up privacy. If you're roaming the internet, you might run across recommendation engines. Some offer products or services you'd
One of the biggest realizations I've had in my career is also one of the purest: the simple fact that people are drawn to likable people. It's human nature. People want to do business with people they
At this point, you've probably heard about "Google's Ideological Echo Chamber," a controversial memo written by a Google employee that went viral over the weekend. The 10-page manifesto argues (among things)
Visionary. Articulate. Reachable. These are some of the traits we see over and over again in those who have reached iconic status. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Leadership?
Research suggests that buying convenience or paying others to do tasks you dislike can boost satisfaction with life You really can buy happiness, it turns out; but even when we can afford it, most of don’t.
Over the years, Google has embarked on countless quests, collected endless amounts of data, and spent millions trying to better understand its people. One of the company's most interesting initiatives,
Rise in acts of plane-related violence shed light on something bigger: modern air travel is a perfect example of a situation in which human status is highly visible Outclassed: the secret life of inequality
We increasingly let computers fly planes and carry out security checks. Driverless cars are next. But is our reliance on automation dangerously diminishing our skills? When a sleepy Marc Dubois walked
When productivity starts to slide, it’s not always easy to pinpoint the cause. Our first impulse is often to take a close look at how we can improve workplace processes. Is it a problem of time management?
Technical advances and new plants are helping the revival in Britain but risks abound in leaving the EU A collection of MPs and leading figures from British industry gathered at a business park in Coventry
Government’s 31 separate inquiries into Brexit risk becoming ‘chaotic competition for limelight’ says Institute for Government Parliament’s scrutiny of Britain’s exit from the European Union risks becoming
In the Quora thread "What are some good 'mini habits' to practice each day?" readers shared the simple habits you should follow every day to become a happier, healthier, or more productive person. The
The case of the Scottish wave energy firm Pelamis is the latest to raise questions about China and intellectual property It was once renowned as the home of the four great inventions: paper, gunpowder,
These three white elephants will waste £100bn of public money. Such a cave-in to the lobbyists gives a worrying insight into those close to the prime minister When David Cameron departed Downing Street,