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These twin sisters graduated Stanford and went straight to Silicon Valley’s hottest startup incubator. Now, they’ve raised $2.5 million to...
Kerry and Anna Wang went through Y Combinator after graduating Stanford to launch Searchlight. Here's how it changes the hiring process.
Executives' favorite strategies range from making a hiring decision in under 10 minutes, to posing tough brain teaser questions.
These are the programming languages that are used by America’s most valuable startups, from Airbnb to WeWork
Coding Dojo published data on the programming languages and frameworks that the top unicorns use, like WeWork, Juul, Airbnb, and SpaceX.
Historian Robert Caro is one of the world's most celebrated writers. His new book focuses on his process, and there's one simple rule anyone can use.
This call center company relies on a workforce of incarcerated women to help companies like Microsoft, SAP, and Dell power their customer support
Women who were incarcerated in Perryville share what it's like to work at Televerde while in prison, as well as how it helped them after their release.
PRESENTING POWER BROKERS OF FINANCE: How to get hired at Goldman Sachs, Citi, BlackRock, and other top companies
We asked the HR heads at top finance firms like Bank of America, Citi, and Morgan Stanley how to win a spot there — and how to succeed once you do.
Here’s how tech companies like Atlassian, Microsoft, and Red Hat are revamping their interview process for developers today
Developers are in high demand. Here's how tech companies like Atlassian, Microsoft, Red Hat, and CircleCI are conducting developer interviews.
PRESENTING POWER BROKERS OF TECH: HR chiefs reveal how to get hired at Microsoft, Facebook, Netflix, and other top companies
It's not impossible to get hired and succeed at Facebook or Netflix. Check out the career advice we heard from HR chiefs at top tech companies.
Top tech companies like Netflix and LinkedIn say they have no problem with employees interviewing for other jobs — in fact, they might want to h...
The best management strategy is encouraging employees to be open about next steps in their career, according to companies like Netflix and LinkedIn.
I’ve been hiring people for 10 years, and I still swear by a simple rule: If someone doesn’t send a thank-you email, don’t hire them...
An executive managing editor who has hired hundreds of people believes candidates who send thank-you emails show they want the job.