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Watching the Democratic debate tonight? Here’s how to stop bias from tainting your view of female candidates, according to a professor who speci...
Even if you don't realize it, your subconscious may make you biased against female candidates during the debate.
I went from being a nanny and cocktail server to a multi-millionaire at 33. Here are my 3 tricks for getting ahead.
Amanda Frances went from dropping out of a PhD program to running her own multi-million-dollar business.
I spent 5 years analyzing how rich people get rich — and found there are generally 4 paths to wealth
I spent five years interviewing millionaires, trying to figure out how they amassed their wealth. After analyzing my research, I had some idea.
Musician Ben Folds has dabbled in everything from pop music to classical piano concertos. He's come to see pop music as music for the "mating age."
Parents are incredibly influential in their children's lives — sometimes even in ways they don't realize, say these experts,
I interviewed over 200 millionaires, and about half of them followed the same straightforward path to wealth
About half of the millionaires followed the same path to wealth: They lived below their means, saved consistently, invested, and gave it time.
Silicon Valley has an obsession with ‘obliterating’ the competition — and Washington may not be equipped to deal with it
Jay Friedman writes that Silicon Valley wants to "obliterate" the competition while dabbling in questionable ethics. Can Washington handle it?
‘Women don’t ask’ is a myth: Two gender equality experts say women aren’t getting ahead, and it’s because of how workpla...
In "It's Not You, It's the Workplace," two writers tackle what they call the gendered nature of work culture today — and why it's unfair to women.
People always ask me how much money it takes to be wealthy, and after studying millionaires for 5 years I know what to tell them
The most accurate answer is that you're rich when your non-work, passive income equals or exceed your living expenses.
I retired at 37 as a self-made millionaire, and 3 years later I’ve learned a few big lessons about money and life
Three years after retiring, I'm convinced it was the right choice. Time is more precious than money, and what makes you happiest how you spend it.