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For the fourth consecutive year, Google was named the best company to work for by Fortune magazine. Here’s why.
So “tech speak” from the ’90s is finally entering our everyday vocabulary.
Time management expert Laura Vanderkam reveals the subtle secrets to restorative and productive weekends in her new book ‘What Successful People Do Before Breakfast.’
Malcolm Gladwell casts doubt on the cult of the powerful, asserting that David can still beat Goliath.
Seth Goldman, the CEO of Honest Tea, shares four lessons learned on his way to brewing up a big success.
Research shows 95 percent of people put off till tomorrow what they could do today, a habit that affects friends, families, and coworkers. Here’s how to stop procrastinating for good.
Whether you (or they!) know it, other people are always reading your body language for secret clues about you. Find out what your gestures and movements are saying with these expert insights.
Here’s what’s really going on when you’re on the phone with others.
While these high-paying jobs definitely aren’t typical, those who have them claim they’re worth the bucks.
Quit your job now. Apply for these new ones. Let the insane rewards begin. Here, perks to fit your personality.
People flock to Reddit’s “Ask Me Anything” board to quiz everyday people on their cool jobs, like what it’s like to be a Disney cast member, a sports bettor, or a metalcore vocalist.
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From when to send e-mail, sell something on ebay, or make a baby, find out how to best use your 24 hours each day.
Years ago, I worked for Kate White, who soon went on to her long, successful run as editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan while simultaneously writing bestselling nonfiction books and mystery novels. What impressed me the most, though, was the… Read More
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The Most Surprising Story to Go Viral This Week: The Atlantic magazine’s “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All,” by former State Department official Anne-Marie Slaughter. Since the article went up on theatlantic.com a week ago, more than 775,… Read More
Skip the fancy four-year degree as we curate the most inspirational graduation quotes (in 140 characters or less) from this year’s top speakers.
Better workplace etiquette: Instead of writing terrible intra-office e-mails, stand out from the crowd by sending sharp, readable messages with these tips.
After serving their country with honor, courage, and skill, too many veterans are struggling to find jobs. To prove the point, meet five who are determined to make it—their success will be ours as well.