May 24, 2013
- Think of your workday as a series of shorter sprints, not a marathon.
- A review of Snob Zones: Fear, Prejudice, and Real Estate by Lisa Prevost.
- A powerful CEO for four decades, Dave Liniger woke up partially paralyzed one day. He talks about whether being dependent affected his leadership and what led to his success.
- PARIS -- Google gets Franceâ€™s newest entrepreneurs to think big as they vie for the chance to get a head start.
May 23, 2013
- Student loan defaults in the United States are now at a record high and recent graduates are on average accumulating more debt than ever.
- There's one problem with the swift rise of the Greek yogurt industry: acid whey.
- Old habits die hard. As natural gas prices rise, coal has reversed its slide and surged ahead as the clear leader in electric power generation. CO2? What CO2?
- The Nikkei index took a nosedive overnight on debt fears as bond rates rose. Japan has otherwise experienced major growth through government stimulus over the past year.
- German software giant SAP has partnered with Specialisterne to help it find, recruit and train people with autism to work as programmers, data quality assurance specialists and product testers.
- The Zappos-style Southeast Asia-based online fashion store has raised $100 million to scale up operations.