Americans spend most of their day--and in some cases--their evenings--in the office. In fact, according to a Gallup poll, Americans clock in more office hours than any of their global counterparts. Full-time workers average about 47 hours per week in the office, which equates to just about six days a week. And nearly four in 10 workers said they do 50-plus hours in the workplace weekly. But working all these hours might just be counterproductive, say experts.
If you’re a practicing attorney or business professional in sports and entertainment law, do check out the Black Entertainment & Sports Lawyers Association. Elka F. Suber, Esq., assistant general counsel at Microsoft, did back in the 90s and it proved to be the best decision of her life. Here, we talk to Suber about BESLA's Mid-Year Conference which took place earlier this month in NYC.
There’s a new food movement in Englewood, Chicago. Howard Bailey is bringing healthier food options to the area. Bailey, an Inglewood resident, found it difficult to locate fresh food in the area, so he opened up the Dream Cafe & Grille, serving up healthier alternatives with the help of Chef Russell Moore, who was a finalist on the PBS show, “Cooking Under Fire,” in 2005.
A self proclaimed journalist with a rap sheet, Nathan McCall has penned a fascinating new book that will likely garner as much praise and controversy as his groundbreaking tome—Makes Me Wanna Holler--did more than 20 years ago.
Preparing a culinary cuisine for the editorial team of O-Magazine was nothing less than an epicurean epiphany for talented young New York City chef and restaurateur Coby Farrow.
Looking back on his economic legacy, Obama disputes that nothing changed on Wall Street after the 2008 economic meltdown.
Women Who Weld, teaches welding skills, to increase the number of women in a trade in which more than 95% of the workers are men.
Let's hope you don't need the whole month of April to understand the importance of financial literacy. It's all about grasping how money works.
Resilience -- the ability to either overcome challenges or bounce back from setbacks -- is huge in the world of startups.
After a year of being digital media’s doormat, the TV business is battling back in its upcoming “upfront” selling season.
Unlike the previous generation, the 2016 BMW X1 looks more like a crossover than a station wagon, presenting itself as a scaled down X3 or X5.