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Surprise! Lil Wayne Drops Entire New Free Album On Tidal

Another month, another surprise release by one of the biggest names in the music world. Today, Lil Wayne has dropped his latest album, Free Weezy Album (or FWA as it appears to have been shortened to), exclusively on Tidal. FWA is technically a mixtape, as it isn’t going to be [...]

Hiring Vets Is Good Business: How To Recognize And Support PTSD

Organizations report that hiring veterans is good business, as they are versatile, hard working, and exhibit teamwork and leadership strengths. However, it is vital that employers (and employees) have a good understanding of how to help and support those who experience PTSD, according to US Vet and PTSD expert Cherissa Jackson.

NBA Free Agency: Spurs Biggest Winners, Landing Aldridge; Lakers, Clippers, Phil Jackson Top Losers

Grading the teams that scored the best and worst when LeMarcus Aldridge and DeAndre Jordan changed teams, and when the Knicks couldn't get a sniff of the top available talent.

How A Car Dealership Crafted A Millennial-Friendly Customer Experience By Consulting 5 Key Trends

Businesses in nearly all industries are dealing with changing customer expectations of millennials and other trendsetting customers of today. For today, let’s see what lessons we can draw from an industry, automotive retail (car dealerships) that may not come to mind when you think of businesses with a model that appeals [...]

China's Anti-Corruption Fallout: Sex Business Morphs, Disease Threat Remains

(This is part of a series of articles about the impact of President Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption campaign) China’s anti-corruption crackdown under President Xi Jinping has brought down heavyweight political “tigers” such as Zhou Yongkang and a swarm of smaller “flies” from government agencies allegedly involved in wrongdoing.  The impact has been [...]

Emirates CEO Tim Clark Blasts Big 3 U.S. Airlines, Especially Delta -- Since 'Delta is Delta'

Emirates CEO Tim Clark makes it clear that he finds Delta to be the most problematic of the big three U.S. carriers. Clark doesn’t like American or United much either, but he singled out Delta during his talk Tuesday at the National Press Club. Clark noted that Emirates delivers 500,000 passengers to [...]

Box Office: 'Jurassic World' Tops 'The Dark Knight,' 'Inside Out' Tops Friday

We'll find out tomorrow whether Inside Out or Jurassic World ends up topping the July 4th holiday weekend frame. They are both going to do over/under $30 million for the frame and they will both drop around 45% from last weekend. The only reason rank matters is this: If Inside Out tops the box office in [...]

Box Office: 'Terminator Genisys' Continues To Self-Terminate With $10.8M Friday

Terminator Genisys continued to make its own grim fate. The Arnold Schwarzenegger sequel earned $10.8 million on Friday, which brought its cume to $26.55m and set the stage for a $28m Fri-Sun and $42m Wed-Sun holiday debut. I know I tend to try to find the positive in almost any big weekend debut, [...]

Wolff In Favor Of Mosley Budget Cap

Toto Wolff, boss of Formula One championship leaders Mercedes, has become the first team principal to lend support to radical proposals from motor sport’s former governor Max Mosley, to reward teams for adhering to a budget cap write Katy Fairman and Christian Sylt. “I think Max’s idea is interesting," Mr Wolff [...]

Box Office: Channing Tatum's 'Magic Mike XXL' Nabs $6.3M Friday, Hopes For $30M Holiday Haul

Magic Mike XXL continued to play like its front loaded predecessor. The Channing Tatum dramedy earned an additional $6.3 million on Friday. That brings the $14m sequel's domestic take to $21.331m in three days and sets the stage for a likely $15m Fri-Sun weekend and a $30m holiday frame, give or take [...]

Tribalism: Understanding Europe And The Greek Crisis

I have been a Europhile all my life. Consequently I have favored most initiatives to deepen and/or expand the European Union. I am not completely naïve and recognize that Europe has many failings, not least of which has been the poor quality of its leadership for the last three decades, [...]

Is Prince The Newest Tidal Co-Owner?

Prince is a legendary rock star, and at this point in his career (at pretty much any point in his career if we’re being honest), he has the freedom to do whatever he wants, including change his mind...and he may even want to get in on the business. The singer-songwriter [...]

How America Became Exceptional

The truth is that America as an exceptional nation is not a birthright to gloat upon, but a legacy to be lived up to—and lately we’ve been failing miserably.

Is Holocracy Still A Hot Trend In 2015 ?

Zappos removed management hierarchy in 2014, they're not the first company to do so but will the trend last ? Is raised interesting questions when Zappos changed internally, not only in terms of how the enterprise organizational model is going to look and operate in the future but of the technologies that [...]

Do Myanmar's Rohingya Really Need Citizenship Now?

Western countries are promising millions of dollars in development aid to Myanmar's Rakhine State while advocating citizenship for the state's 1 million stateless Rohingya group. Citizenship now is unlikely to offer much relief to the Rohingya and could only strenghten Rakhines' anti-Muslim fervor.

Olympian Liu Xiang's Split With Wife Of Only Nine Months Highlights Rise In China Divorce

Fans of China Olympic hurdler Liu Xiang sighed last week when the one-time sports hero announced his divorce from actress Ge Tian after only nine months of wedlock. Yet Liu’s woes are part of a long-term trend in China of rising divorce. The number of divorces rose by 3.9% in the [...]

How Greece Created Hades For Entrepreneurs And Crippled Its Economy: Lessons For The US

Greece provides an object lesson in how bad government can ravage an economy. Successive governments have steered the Greek economy 180º away from the direction that increases growth and productivity, stifling entrepreneurship. U.S. leaders are making similar moves to a disturbing extent.

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