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In 2017, Susan Fowler wrote a blog post detailing a culture of harassment at Uber. In her new book, she delves deeper into what she saw.
A Harvard Business School professor on how companies like Google and Amazon use experimentation to innovate, grow, and improve
One prime example of repeated experimentation was the creation of the Post-it note, Stefan H. Thomke writes.
A journalist interviewed hundreds of people to see what life after 30 looks like in the US. Meet the 30-year-old trying to figure out how far he is fr...
"I feel like my life is just beginning. A lot more to it. I'm in a better place, more secure in myself," says Joe Tocci, a 30-year-old living in NYC.
The founder of the Miss Black USA Pageant on how to stop talking about your goals and actually start achieving them
Focus on small, immediate steps you can take right now, today, with whatever resources you currently have, says founder and mentor Karen Arrington.
I’ve spent 2 decades studying how work affects our health and well-being, and one solution is clear: Your job has to serve a purpose beyond a pa...
Nine in 10 people would rather be remembered for their contributions to society than the amount of wealth they created, one study found.
The infamous “La La Land” and “Moonlight” Oscars mix-up is a prime example of how prioritizing doing over thinking can destroy...
Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty, who messed up the Oscar best picture winner in 2017, approached presenting as "redwork" rather than "bluework."
A Harvard Business School professor on the valuable lesson businesses can learn from a gas station chain
Beloved gas station chain Buc-ee's knows the basic goods it wants to provide: gas, clean restrooms, and ice.
When it comes to potential guitar wood, you should know exactly what you're looking for. That holds true for good leadership, too.
One marketer cracked the hotel review system and consistently dominates TripAdvisor ratings. Her strategy can help you crush your next job interview &...
A bad last impression is worse than a bad first impression, science proves. Marketer Adele Gutman used this information to transform a hotel chain.
Chairman of the National Geographic Society and CEO Jean Case on what it means to be ‘fearless’ and change the world
"People become heroes not because they are blessed with extraordinary powers, but because when they see the urgency, they simply choose to act."