Books praise originality and creativity
How to be more organized and offer better service
It’s FFZero1 all-electric concept car — a single-seated design that can travel at speeds up to 200 mph— touts four quad-core motors with an output of more than 1,000 horsepower.
How do two brothers who grew up on the streets of New York City and could not read until the age of eight, end up building one of the largest pub chains in Las Vegas, sell it for a lot of money and then design a computer program to teach kids how to read?
For Andre Agassi, giving back to the community and educating children is as much of a passion today as tennis was when he was winning championships 20 and 30 years ago.
Le Cordon Bleu cooking school, famed for teaching Julia Childs, is shutting down all of its U.S. operations. No more students will be admitted after this month, with all operations to close in September 2017.
Learning from mistakes and driving as a business metaphor
The world is changing, and so too are the ways consumers shop and evaluate the businesses with whom they patronize. One of the biggest changes is the value placed on corporate social responsibility and environmental stewardship.
Recruiting is a key element in any organization. If companies can’t get the right talent in the door, they will inevitably struggle.