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Asian Americans versus Asian Americans

I have realized how much more bridge building is needed among and by Asian Americans. I recently attended an event a good friend of mine organized in Northern California. Karthick Ramakrishnan is the most prominent scholar on Asian American political participation; it’s probably him if anyone is in the media talking about the subject. Show More Summary

Why Zuckerberg’s Globalization Manifesto Sends A Mixed Message

At the beginning of the year, Mark Zuckerberg set himself an ambitious challenge: visit and meet with people in all 50 states by the end of the year. It didn’t take long for speculation to begin. Some suggested the Facebook CEO was positioning himself to run for president in 2020 or 2024. Show More Summary

What To Do Instead Of Going To College (Or After You’ve Already Gone)

If I had to do it all over again, I would skip the university route and, instead, spend 3-4 years working on a kickass, meaningful project that actually made an impact on the world. I have nothing against college. In fact, I recommend you go if you want to do something specialized like becoming a doctor or lawyer or paleontologist. Show More Summary

This Is The First 10 Years Of Your Career

You push the glass doors open for the first time. It's a beautiful office. One that only a huge multinational company like the one you're joining today can afford. You work in the city center now; in a skyscraper. You can't wait to share it on Facebook. Show More Summary

10 Things Smart People Won't Say

There are some things you simply never want to say at work. These phrases carry special power: they have an uncanny ability to make you look bad even when the words are true. Worst of all, there’s no taking them back once they slip out. Show More Summary

Are The New State Retirement Plans Worth Defending?

The House of Representatives with nearly unanimous Republican support and Democratic opposition passed Joint Resolution 66. If subsequently passed by the Senate and signed by President Trump, it will effectively kill the fledgling effort of states to address the growing retirement crisis by sponsoring public retirement savings programs. Show More Summary

Why Trump's Travel Ban Is Bad For Business

As the leader of a company that makes euphoric ice cream, I sometimes feel a bit more Willy Wonka than your average CEO. We play with our food. We wear a lot of tie dye. Our board is led by activists, most of whom have been arrested sticking up for something they believe in. Show More Summary

Mango Is Launching A 45-Piece Sustainable Collection

Mango is following in the footsteps of fast-fashion competitors like H&M and Zara by making moves on the eco-friendly and ethical production front. This spring, the Spanish retailer is launching Mango Committed, a 45-piece sustainable collection made up of 25 women's and 20 men's styles. Show More Summary

Is Self-doubt Holding You Back?

Interview with Louisa Jewell When it comes to your work, are you sitting on a great idea? Perhaps it's a question you think the business should be asking, or a new product or service your customers would love, or even a better way for you all to be working. Show More Summary

Is The Dow Jones Industrial Average Index Misleading Or Meaningless Or Both?

Like many of us, I thought that the Dow Jones industrial Average index (DJIA) is comprising thirty of the most important companies of the United States of America by using their market capitalization. I was completely wrong. There is no correlation between the importance of the companies and the index. Show More Summary

Hidden Figures Showcases The Value Of Workplace Diversity

Diversity makes teams better. Remarkable progress can be made when inclusion is at your organizational core. (Spoiler Alert!) Theodore Melfi’s Hidden Figures is the film adaptation of the incredible true story of the women that crushed stereotypes to become recognized as some of the greatest intellectual minds at NASA. Show More Summary

Why You Should Build a Relationship With Your Small Business Lender

When compared to equity financing--where you're partnered with investors for the long haul--small business lending is really a "one and done" kind of deal. You take out a small business loan, repay your lender with interest over a set...Show More Summary

Thinking of Starting a Blog? This Interview Will Save You a Headache

It seems like everyone has a blog these days, so when I decided to get one I thought it would be simple to set up. Boy, was I wrong. Turns out that there is a lot more that goes into it than one might think. The first thing you have to do is come up with a domain name. Show More Summary

Women at the Tipping Point...Is Corporate America Ready?

Women's voices are rising. Are we at a flashpoint address workplace inequalities? The tipping point is that magic moment when an idea, trend, or social behavior crosses a threshold, tips, and spreads like wildfire. - Malcolm Gladwell The...Show More Summary

Why is Identity Theft so Prevalent?

A User's Guide to Users The Internet is an amazing place. It gives us so much information in a nanosecond: news, food, shopping... information. Unreal. It has become such a regular part of our daily regimens that we have let our collective guard down. Show More Summary

4 Life-Saving Steps Towards Financial Freedom

Financial freedom is the ability to live life on your terms, without worrying about how your basic needs and necessities will be met. For some, financial freedom involves a million dollars in the bank. For others, it's just a worry-free,...Show More Summary

New platform aims to help you meet your data science needs

Making data based decisions makes instinctive sense, and evidence is mounting that it makes strong commercial sense too. For instance, the McKinsey Global Institute indicate that data driven organizations are 23 times more likely toShow More Summary

The Function Of Dysfunction

I respect anyone who meticulously prepares to do the very best he, or she, can, no matter what the task. I certainly expect that same preparation from my doctor, my lawyer, my accountant, and the many other people I count on. I also expect that same level of preparation from any presenter I see or work with... Show More Summary

8 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started My Online Business

They say experience is the best teacher and indeed it is. But sometimes you can learn a few things from those who came before you. Reflecting back, here's what I wish I knew when I started my business: 1. Save Money For Your Taxes Yes, I know, it sounds obvious. Show More Summary

10 Kickstarter Projects That Make 2017 Better Than 2016

While 2016 had its ups and downs, the arrival of 2017 brought about new beginnings, with a promise of better things to come. And, using Kickstarter as a gauge, 2017 promises to be full of exciting new products and opportunities to make our lives and businesses more productive, convenient, fun and just plain cool. Show More Summary

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