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Learn good lessons from a bad job

Most people will experience a bad job, you know the one you dread on Monday mornings with dreams of escaping. Yet jobs that are difficult may not be all that bad for you, despite the stress and energy spent trying to flee from them. While it’s 10 times more enjoyable to grow your career with

7 self-watering planters to kickstart your spring

From the basic to the designer Nothing says spring like more plants. They make for atmospheric decor. They help purify the air. And they can bring life into the house! That is, if you manage to keep them alive. To that end, we can all use a little help sometimes. Show More Summary

Factory CEOs tell Trump: Jobs exist, skilled applicants don't

President Trump brought two dozen chief executives of manufacturing companies to the White House on Thursday and declared their collective commitment to restoring factory jobs lost to foreign competition. Yet some of the CEOs suggested that there were still plenty of openings for U.S. factory jobs...

Tesla may wait until July before revealing the final version of the Model 3 (TSLA)

Tesla fans are going to have a little longer to see what the production version of the Model 3 looks like. CEO Elon Musk said during an earnings call Wednesday that the company may wait until the second half of this year before making...Show More Summary

TripleMint, a high-tech brokerage, closes $4.5 million Series A funding round

The most successful venture capital-funded brokerages tend to shed some experimental business practices for more traditional techniques, while retaining a core focus on innovative technology. TripleMint fits this model to a...

Splunk Drops 6%: FYQ1 View Disappoints: William Blair Defends

Shares of data management software maker Splunk (SPLK) are down $4.10, or 6%, at $60.80, in late trading after the company this afternoon beat fiscal Q4 revenue and profit expectations but forecast results this quarter below consensus. Revenue in the three months ended in January rose 39%, year over year, to $306.5 million, yielding EPS […]

Thinking of dropping out of college? You might be on to something.

Thinking of dropping out of college to become a business mogul? You might be on to something. A college dropout turned successful entrepreneur let me share my story.

Obamacare just hit its highest popularity ever

Americans are learning to love the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare. As the law faces possible repeal and replacement by Republicans, a new poll from the Pew Research Center shows that the ACA's popularity is soaring and...Show More Summary

Soros-Linked Former Clinton Staffer Behind 'Organized' Townhall Protests

Confirming the Republican Chair of the House Committee on Oversight, Jason Chaffetz's comments last week, that protesters were an organized mob: Chaffetz shot back, and told KSL that the raucous reception he received at Thursday evening's...Show More Summary

How A Security Company Learned To Recognize The Sound Of Fraud

The same technology that Pindrop uses to flag phone scams could soon let you unlock your car or phone with the unique sound of your voice. The same technology that Pindrop uses to flag phone scams could soon let you unlock your car or phone with the unique sound of your voice. Show More Summary

3 Ways Sales Is Changing With Artificial Intelligence

What's the impact of AI on sales? It's leveling the playing field as it helps salespeople leverage large amount of data to use prescriptive sales as a tool.

MullenLowe Promotes Hyatt as Promoting ‘A World of Understanding’

"For A World of Understanding" will make its broadcast debut during the Academy Awards.

There's a growing threat that could kill 10 million people a year by 2050 — and you might be part of the problem

Antibiotic resistance has become a growing threat around the world, and is expected to kill 10 million people annually by 2050 There's a misconception about how resistance develops — it develops in microbes, not individual people, meaning...Show More Summary

Steel Stocks Decline 4 pct. Is This A Reversal?

Steel stocks has a big down day. The SLX ETF, representing steel stocks, lost almost 4 percent today. The daily chart shows the impressive rally since early last year. SLX went up 250 percent in less than 14 months. It was only very recently that steel stocks

Inman Educational Webinar: Become the digital mayor of your community

In this webinar, you will learn how to establish your reputation as member of your community and lay the foundation for referrals and lead acquisition....

Uber blasted by investors for 'toxic' culture

Mitch Kapor and Freada Kapor Klein say Uber tapped insiders to conduct sexism probe.        

Steve Mnuchin: If Angela Merkel Likes The EU So Much She Can Pay For It

Mnuchin said yes to making to "Winter's Tale" but he won't go anywhere near bailing out Greece.

Leju Holdings to release Q4 financial results

At the end of 2016 the Beijing-based company announced an expanded partnership with firms Tencent, Weibo and Focus Media. This partnership will enable Leju to launch a series of new cross-platform marketing products for the real estate...Show More Summary

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