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Reviewed: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Makes Your Startup Stand Out

The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is a unique phone with a screen that can start conversations.

Democrats Propose Most Ambitious Minimum Wage Bill Yet

Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA) and Rep. Robert Scott (D-VA) are introducing a minimum wage bill on Thursday that would raise the federal floor from its current level of $7.25 an hour to $12 an hour by 2020, eliminate the lower tipped minimum wage that currently stands at $2.13 an hour, and automatically increase it as […]

Teacher in Czech Republic Fired After Footage Surfaces

A teacher identified only as Lucie has been fired from her job in the Czech Republic. The 35-year-old lost her job after children at her school in the city of Ceska Lipa found an action-packed video that she was paid … More » The post Teacher in Czech Republic Fired After Footage Surfaces appeared first on EveryJoe.

Dave Goldberg cause of death? I think it’s suicide

First of all, let me say that I feel really bad for everyone who is losing Dave Goldberg in their life. I feel bad that he will not get to see his two kids grow up. His death is very sad. I have not had a spouse die or a parent die and I’m sure...

Q&A: What is a Connection Culture?

I recently did a Q&A interview with Katie Russell, editor of ConnectionCulture.com, about the unique advantages that a connection culture provides. Here is our conversation: What does it mean to be a part of a “connection culture?” When...Show More Summary

Internet field technician blazes trail for new provider

?I can say that it is gratifying to be helping people everyday day to break free from their bundles and monopolistic practices," said Max Ariza of netBlazr.

Slack Founder: Yes, We Might Be in a Bubble, But Don't Sweat It

Stewart Butterfield thinks this one won't pop too hard. He's more worried about other things.

Audi Mocks Women Drivers (Because You Do)

It seemed to be as sexist a campaign as has been witnessed since the days of "Mad Men." But it isn't at all.

GoDaddy Founder: It Pays to Make Work a Party

After Bob Parsons was granted an unusual perspective one day, he decided to invest thousands of dollars in his company's culture.

Obama is a step closer to expanding overtime, but for how many American workers?

The Labor Department is moving ahead with President Obama’s eagerly awaited overtime pay expansion. That’s good news, but we don’t know yet how good. Currently, workers who make as little as $24,000 a year can be denied time-and-a-half if they’re considered managers—even if most of the work they do isn’t managerial. Obama has promised to […]

Inside the Case That Could Hold McDonald’s Responsible for Union-busting

The National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) complaint for unfair labor practices against the McDonald’s corporation inched forward in a Manhattan courtroom last month. Lawyers representing the company, its franchisees, the Service Employees...Show More Summary

Work. What Exactly Is It?

Everyone seems to know what hard work is. But is hard work really a sure path to success?

These Are the Best (And Worst) States for Working Mothers

According to recent data, women with children have it best in a few (blue) states.

5 Reasons to Choose Nursing as a Second Career

The days when people were expected to have just one career throughout their lives are over. Today, many people succeed at two or more careers, changing tracks as circumstances change throughout their lives. Maybe your first career choice...Show More Summary

Return on Character

We live in an age where wisdom is only wisdom if it is supported by numbers. There are two obvious problems with this. First, we miss a lot because we are looking for immediate return. And so it puts our focus on the wrong things. And secondly, as a result, we tend to assign value things in terms of numbers. Show More Summary

Equalizer

The Hammock Papers has thoughts on the importance of the public library by one of the most influential individuals of our time.

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The history of the human race has not been morally impressive. - From The Ten Commandments: Still The Best Moral Code by Dennis Prager

How to Sell Your Big Business Idea

It’s hard to imagine a world without ideas, without innovation and without the charismatic presenters who are seemingly in possession of the Secret to Success. While it is true there are degrees between effective and ineffective communication,...Show More Summary

Economists: H-1B visas suppress wages

An important new study finds that adding H-1B workers affects wages negatively, profits positively, and patents not at all.

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