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Christmas is coming, and so is the mad rush by retailers to hire seasonal workers. Will flexible schedules, bonuses, gift cards and other perks offer enough to meet the demand?
Balancing the need for sustainable fishing with protecting the livelihoods that depend on it calls for creative solutions. Some impact investors are on the case.
The food system is the largest segment of the world’s economy, and it needs to adapt to increasing threats brought by climate change, geopolitical forces and population growth.
Would you turn your mom’s warranty claim down two days out of warranty? Author Jeanne Bliss makes a business case for providing excellent service and true customer satisfaction to garner long-term success.
Lawrence Burns, a former vice president of research for GM, discusses how robotic driving technology will reshape transportation and the economy.
The spread and intensity of the wildfires raging in California highlight the need for much stronger disaster management measures than the state has had previously, say experts.
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Fueled in part by the organizing power of social media, workers in the technology sector and beyond may be ushering in a new era of employee activism on moral and ethical issues.
During the 1960s and early 1970s, Jerrold Fine and his partners ran Wall Street’s top hedge fund. In a conversation about life and its lessons, he spoke about why he gave it all up four years ago to write a novel.
Iconic guitar maker Gibson is about to emerge from bankruptcy — can it recapture the magic that turned it into a music icon?
Faith-based groups are increasingly investing in socially and environmentally responsible causes, generating attractive returns to then reinvest.
Jerrold Fine’s debut novel, “Make Me Even and I’ll Never Gamble Again,” packs the power of a Babe Ruth home run.