Did you know that you have most likely been gamified? If you have completed your profile on LinkedIn to reach the 100% level of completeness, made a bid on Ebay or used Foursquare to find great places, then you have been gamified. Find out what gamification can do for your business.
Should you adopt collaboration technologies in the workplace? What good can it do?
Nigerian Internet entrepreneur Jason Njoku made history last year when he completed what was called possibly the largest fundraising round in the West African tech world. Now Njoku and partner Bastian Gotter have launched SPARK, a $1 million-backed company to support and develop aspiring Nigerian tech and Internet entrepreneurs.
Summertime is upon us and that means, for many businesses, time to hire interns—whether for pay or college credit. While it is great to have extra help around the office, there are some dos and don’ts when it comes to making the best use of your summer interns.
Every year, millions of Americans take the chance of a lifetime by starting their own businesses. Unfortunately, every year, many of them fail because building a business that will last through economic downturns and unexpected surprises is tough. Find out how to make yours last.
On Sunday, Surgeon General Regina M. Benjamin, MD, spoke brilliantly about the field of science at Spelman College’s 2013 commencement.
Dealing with an incompetent boss can be an extremely daunting task. What should you do when you find yourself in such a situation?
Are you planning to relocate after retirement? If so, here are some things you may want to consider.
Joscelyn Kenon and Mark Mann loved cocktails but wanted an alcohol-free alternative. Recently, they partnered to create MockTails.
Cissy Houston, mother of the late songstress Whitney Houston, was honored last month at the Women of Excellence in the Arts event in NYC.
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