Tina Arora

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First meetings: The rules of a good match

The rules of first impressions apply equally in business as in any personal situation. These first moments can change the tone of a relationship, …

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Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson is close to getting his airline off the ground

The legendary vocalist of Iron Maiden explains to James Quinn how to juggle rock and aviation – and a new beer.<p>For a man whose fortune is estimated to be in excess of $100m (£66m), Bruce Dickinson does not need to work, let alone juggle the creation of a new airline and aircraft maintenance …

The World's Most Powerful Women 2013

Our annual snapshot of the 100 women with the most impact are top politicians and CEOs, activist billionaires and celebrities who matter. In roughly equal measure you’ll find next gen entrepreneurs and media mavens, technologists and leaders in philanthropy — all ranked by dollars, media momentum …

Today, Reuters' social media editor Anthony De Rosa announced he is leaving for a new role: Editor-in-Chief of fledgling news startup Circa: http://trib.al/2xTx2a5 "...the last month or so, I just decided it was time to do something different, and I kind of was itching to get back into the startup world again, and work for a smaller company. You know, there's all sorts of politics and issues with big companies--of course, there's going to be issues with a startup as well, but I was just interested in getting back in that world. Matt is a really smart guy, he has a lot of successes in the startup world, he started two companies, he sold two companies. All the elements just seemed right with Circa--that they're embarking on something new, that they're trying to do something no one else has done before, and that they look at news presentation in the same way--that it's broken--as I do, and they want to fix it. That's something I always wanted to focus on and make something I do--it's something I jump out of bed and think about."

What Successful People Do With The First Hour Of Their Work Day

Many successful people schedule themselves a kind of grown-up home room at the start of every day. You should, too–here’s how.<p>Remember when you used to have a period at the beginning of every day to think about your schedule, catch up with friends, maybe knock out a few tasks? It was called home …