With St. Patrick's Day just around the corner, plenty of opportunities await to partake in celebratory dishes—but you don't have to resort to green beer...especially when there are fun (and more healthful!)
In the United States, we tend to think of people starting up new businesses as a sign of a healthy economy. But sometimes, it's more a sign of trouble. Lately, it's definitely been the latter. Ideas and
The Grammy Award-winning artist on the best places to hang out in Brooklyn, New York and how he has been inspired by Jamie Oliver When I have days off, I put as much into them as I can. On a perfect weekend
My previous posts have identified the Top 10 Business Books of 2014 and the 7 Most Thought-Provoking Books of 2014. In this post, I turn to marketing, where it's been a very good year, with numerous groundbreaking
Each year, Google releases a list of the topics we’ve collectively searched for the most over the past 12 months. Each year, I try and see how many I can guess beforehand. This year, I got about half.
On most domestic flights, the best drink you can get is a can of Mr. & Mrs. T tomato juice spiked with vodka, or maybe a mini bottle of Glenfiddich. But say you’re a connoisseur of mixology. Can’t you
If Chipotle is Blockbuster, could Burritobox be Redbox? Piping hot tortillas filled with free-range chicken, grass-fed beef, uncured bacon, and cage-free eggs. Cold guacamole and sour cream. Hot sauce.
I hated the sweaty Manhattan comedy club I visited a few years back. The dark, airless room was crammed with tipsy tourists and its annoying minimum drink policy made me quickly resentful. I don't even
As recently as the past two years, one of the seminal issues regarding Big Data was storage, especially with respect to the exponential growth and size of unstructured data that did not fit into databases
The launch this week of our Big Bang Disruption book added significant urgency to our annual search for the biggest disruptors at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. After all, the
Arts education gives students skills to create, adapt and take risks in the future. Anxiety abounds concerning the demands of our rapidly changing and ever more complicated world and about the ability
Today in strange booze news: The flavors you taste in your whiskey change depending on your physical surroundings, says a recent study from the University of Oxford. After sampling the same brand of whiskey
Hint: Not whiskey stones. In fact, the polar opposite. Some would argue it's all about the whiskey. You prefer Makers. I prefer Bulleit. Especially their rye. You might say maraschino and orange. I might
Since writing “The Silent Language of Leaders” three years ago, and “The Nonverbal Advantage” a couple of years before that, I’ve spoken to over two hundred business, university, association, and government