Networking can be a mystery. But we actually do some form of networking every day. Here, experts weigh in to point out some ways to do better at it.
The most impactful lesson that companies can learn from the Gig Economy is to judge workers based on their work -- their results, and their output -- not on when and where they do that work.
In honor of the one-year anniversary of her two-time Grammy-award winning album Lemonade that touts female empowerment, mega star Beyonce announced through her website this week that she has launched the Formation Scholars program to award "young women who are unafraid to think outside the box and are bold, creative, conscious and confident." Students at Berklee College of Music, Howard University, Parsons School of Design and Spelman College are eligible.
In response to growing concerns that the new Administration will fall short of budgetary promises to help maintain and expand the success of HBCUs, members of HBCU Collective have organized The HBCU National Day of Action. On April 27, members of the Collective will gather on Capitol Hill to advocate on behalf of these schools.
Men’s grooming products are a growing market worldwide. And in London, one company is hoping to corner the UK market. Shear & Shine Grooming products was founded by Aaron Wallace and Lina Gadi. Recently, they told TNJ.com why they wanted to expand into men’s grooming products.
Wall St. bets the rollback of Obama-era initiatives to hold for-profit colleges accountable may lead to a resurgence of the industry.
Transitioning from corporate exec to boardroom is a significant turning point in one's career and in overall organizational structure.
Personal Finance Q&A: Can you withdraw money from a 529 without penalty?
An office that is simultaneously relaxed and productive? How does that work?
It’s one of the tech industry’s biggest embarrassments: Silicon Valley’s lack of diversity is also a money-making machine.