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Letters to the Future: You Deserve a Chance

The following post is part of a series produced by The Huffington Post and Letters to the Future, in conjunction with the U.N.'s 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) in Paris (Nov. 30-Dec. 11), aka the climate-change conference. Letters...Show More Summary

The Surprising Connection Between Passion, Rituals and Entrepreneurial Success

As entrepreneurs, we often face the seemingly conflicting goals of building a great business and having a great personal life outside of the office. We know that true success is about more than just huge financial rewards -- it's also about living a rich and fulfilling life, by design. Show More Summary

The Federal Reserve Board's Eight Percentage Point Hike in the Social Security Tax

In the last couple of weeks the prospect of a 0.2 percentage point increase in the payroll tax has become a major issue separating the two leading contenders for the Democratic presidential nomination. Senator Bernie Sanders has proposed an increase of this size to pay for system of paid family leave that is part of his platform. Show More Summary

Eight Great Tips for Rocking Trade Shows

Restaurantware booth at the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Show in Orlando 1. Pick your shows wisely: There are many different types of trade shows around the country. All business cultures run trade shows as way for the different members to gather. Show More Summary

9 Ways Wise Leaders Differ From Smart Managers

Are you decisive, or do you often second-guess yourself and agonize over decisions until opportunities pass? Do colleagues and clients often ask your opinion because of your reputation for giving great advice? Do you frequently get feedback...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Experian Gearing to Launch Connected Addressable TV Platform

"This has really been the year of addressable TV. We've done literally triple the amount of work compared to 2014," according to Experian addressable advertising product lead Brienna Pinnow. Now the data company wants to do more? But...Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Cord-Cutting is Forcing Smarter TV Ad Offerings: AT&T's Brown

The emerging prospect of targeting individual TV viewers with ads, no matter what show or channel they're watching, may be real - but that doesn't mean the industry should throw out the old practice of buying ads in shows consideredShow More Summary

(VIDEO) Addressable TV Saves Advertisers Money: Rentrak's Livek

So-called "addressable TV" promises to bring more-precisely-targeted advertisements to TV viewers via connected boxes and TV sets. And that is going to mean greater efficiencies, according to one ad tech exec. "Addressable TV is here," says Rentrak CEO Bill Livek. Show More Summary

Eight Great Tips for Rocking Trade Shows

Restaurantware booth at the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Show in Orlando 1. Pick your shows wisely: There are many different types of trade shows around the country. All business cultures run trade shows as way for the different members to gather. Show More Summary

"The Future Is Not What It Used to Be," But It's Time to Reassert Our Trust in Banking

This post is drawn from Ana Boti?n's speech at the VIII Santander International Banking Conference. The American baseball great, Yogi Berra, once said "the future is not what it used to be." I for one have been to enough conferences in recent years where the future of our industry was said to be in jeopardy. Show More Summary

The 7 Hardest Things About Becoming an Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurship is exciting and rewarding, but it's not without its difficulties early on in the process. If you're excited about becoming an entrepreneur more than you are nervous, chances are you're focusing on all the great possibilities and opportunities that lie ahead of you. Show More Summary

3 Careless Conversations That Can Threaten Your Small Business

As a small business owner or supervisor, managing employee relations is a critical part of your job. But more than the obvious tasks associated with employee relations, every little thing you do--every conversation you have with employees--can either help or harm your business. Show More Summary

Negotiating: What We Can Learn From the Ladies of 'The Bachelor'

Most people don't like to negotiate. But almost everyone wants to be a better negotiator, if for no other reason, than people don't want to overpay for a car or a consulting contract. We tend to talk about negotiating as it pertainsShow More Summary

House of Carts: The Inside Truth About Power, Influence, and Digital Transformation

The world of ecommerce is rapidly changing. Marketing technology is colliding head-on with digital commerce to create new "experience" platforms. In the physical world, retail stores don't exist in isolation anymore now that mobile has invaded every aspect of consumerism. Show More Summary

Should You Let a Robot Manage Your Money?

A few weeks ago, Fidelity became the latest financial behemoth to officially announce its roboadvising platform. The term "roboadvisors" just means that technology (instead of humans) is being used to assist you in making investment decisions. Show More Summary

Something Funny Happened On My Path to Leadership

My leadership philosophy started with a backyard epiphany a few years ago. It was a beautiful sunny Saturday afternoon and, as a nerd, I was taking an online assessment of my leadership style. The results were similar to many of the others that I had taken over the years and were consistent with the common traits I identified with leadership. Show More Summary

Car Insurance Rates Far Higher in African-American Areas, Study Finds

By Aubrey Cohen Companies charge far more for car insurance in neighborhoods that are predominantly African-American than they do in other areas, a consumer group reported last week. The Consumer Federation of America found that theShow More Summary

Why You Should Watch China's Commitment to Becoming an Innovation-driven World Leader

Nearly 10 years ago China committed to becoming an "innovation-oriented society" by the year 2020, and a world leader in science and technology by 2050. Some signs are emerging that this could be plausible. The world's first ATM that is able to recognize its users' facial features? Invented in China. Show More Summary

A Legal Reason to Complain if You Are Mistreated at Work

Sometimes employees are either afraid to complain about mistreatment or believe that a complaint will be meaningless. However, this is a legal mistake. In law, the word "constructive" means "the equivalent of." Consequently, an employee...Show More Summary

Understanding Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness

What if we lived in a world where, if you imagined something, it actually came to life? What would you wish for? Money? World peace? A new career? But, what if I told you that we already live in a world like this? And the key to unlocking this ability is you, yes You! You have all the control. If you don't like your job, quit. Show More Summary

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