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It looks as though at least one of the 'real women' meant to be in Dove's latest 'Campaign for Real Beauty' ad was an actress

The latest ad in Dove's long-running "Campaign for Real Beauty" launched earlier this month. The spot explores what would happen if women from different locations all around the world were asked to choose to enter a building throughShow More Summary

An 8-year-old girl makes $127,000 a month making baking videos for YouTube

YouTube stars are becoming more and more like Hollywood's celebrities, with hordes of screaming fans and generous incomes.  But it turns out that they may be making even more money than you think.   AdAge recently published a ranking of the top YouTube stars according to their estimated monthly earnings. Show More Summary

Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh to employees: Embrace self-management or leave by the end of the month

Online shoe-seller Zappos has been experimenting with a self-management organizational structure known as Holacracy for nearly two years. But on April 30 the company plans to be fully manager-free, according to a company-wide memo CEO Tony Hsieh emailed late last month. Show More Summary

Here's the paradoxical trait that Peter Thiel looks for in employees

Peter Thiel's eye for talent has helped him become a billionaire.  He partnered with Elon Musk to found PayPal in the early 2000s, then became the first large investor for Facebook, a move that would bring him more than a $1 billionShow More Summary

A bunch of teens used Skype to meet and learn from kids from all over the world

"The World Is As Big Or As Small As You Make It" is a documentary by Loki films about local kids in North Philadelphia that gather in a rec center to participate in an innovative program by the Global Nomads Group where they forge friendships with their peers across the world, from Paris to Kazashtan. Show More Summary

17 IBM rock star employees that show the company's new direction (IBM)

It's easy to think of IBM as a company composed mostly of aging white guys – despite its stylish CEO Ginni Rometty. After all, it's coming up on its 104th birthday in June, and the three-piece-suit culture runs deep in its DNA, with 12 of its 19 senior leaders more or less fitting that profile. Show More Summary

It took nearly 1,300 Rubik's Cubes to create this mesmerizing animation

  Joe Penna, also known as MysteryGuitarMan on YouTube, put together this tremendous animation using 1296 mini Rubik's Cubes that were solved over 954 times.  Click here to see the full video Video courtesy of Joe Penna Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

Lego is going after a $3 billion video game juggernaut

If "Back to the Future 2" is to be believed, the children of 2015 see traditional video games as little more than "a baby's toy". Lego is betting against that prediction. On Thursday it introduced a new game that brings its classic construction toys into the digital era. Show More Summary

There's a selfie fatality in the new 'Mortal Kombat'

When impaling your enemy simply isn't enough humiliation, the latest "Mortal Kombat" adds insult to injury with a selfie-based fatality. Next week, "Mortal Kombat X" arrives on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Some folks have gotten their...Show More Summary

Peter Thiel: Asperger’s can be a big advantage in Silicon Valley

Peter Thiel — the PayPal founder, Facebook investor, and bestselling author — hates groupthink. He avoids hiring MBAs, since he says they tend to be  "high extrovert/low conviction people," a combination of traits that " leads towards...Show More Summary

Can you tell which of these is a video game?

  Because we can't. Would you just look at that? One of the images above comes from upcoming racing game "Project Cars," while the other comes from Motor Trend's video of a real life McClaren P1 supercar. There's an incredible video comparison of the two that Sploid spotted on YouTube, which we've dropped below. Show More Summary

Peter Thiel says tech innovation is outpacing everything else for one very simple reason

Peter Thiel is worth a reported $2.2 billion. He made his money in software, mainly through founding PayPal and investing in Facebook. Notably, he hasn't done much business in the physical world — only in the virtual space. There's a reason for that. Show More Summary

Stanford researchers developed a battery that could charge your smartphone in just one minute

Researchers at Stanford University in the US have created a new aluminium battery that charges smartphones to full capacity in one minute. Scientists say the technology could one day replace many of the batteries used in devices today, according to a media release. Show More Summary

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