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How a 6-time Nathan’s hot dog eating champion forever changed the classic July 4th contest with a simple mental shift
When Takeru Kobayashi doubled the record in the 2001 Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest, he not only showed competitors a new physical technique, he changed the mental limit previously set.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook is helping its users become more empathetic because they can bond over common interests. Some experts disagree.
Economists at Uber and Stanford looked at the gender wage gap among Uber drivers and observed a disheartening trend.
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"Freakonomics Radio" is launching a six-part series called "The Secret Life of CEO," featuring interview with nine prominent executives.
In 1963, Jack Welch accidentally blew up a factory at GE — and it taught him a lesson about leadership that’s stuck with him to this day
Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electric, was treated kindly after he made a terrible mistake early on in his career at the company.
The 6-time Nathan’s hot dog champion forever changed competitive eating 15 years ago with a simple mental shift
Takeru Kobayashi refused to accept the limits others had set before him.