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In a new book, 'The Internet to the Inner-Net,' Google’s Gopi Kallayil challenges the idea that there is never enough time in our digitally connected world.
Bitcoin has been used by illegal drug sellers and bankers alike. It has soared, crashed and endured. But can it also be Silicon Valley’s weapon of choice for challenging Wall[…]
In 'My Kitchen Year,' former Gourmet editor Ruth Reichl talks about how cooking helped her to find herself again after she lost her job.
Rasmus Hougaard, co-author of the new book One Second Ahead, explains in this excerpt how mindfulness can help you gain control over your email inbox.
In their new book, 'Everybody Matters,' Bob Chapman and Raj Sisodia explain why treating employees as you would family can transform people’s lives and the bottom line.
In her new book, Anne-Marie Slaughter shares what individuals, organizations and the government could do to support greater equality for women and men when it comes to work and family.
What do you do after you invent the Pepsi Challenge and help Steve Jobs lead Apple? If you are John Sculley, you take aim at an underserved area of the[…]
Tess Vigeland, former host of public radio’s Marketplace and self-identified “Quitter-in-Chief,” challenges us to think beyond the typical small-talk questions about what we do for work.
In a new book, Plenty Ladylike: A Memoir, Sen. Claire McCaskill shares the story of her life in politics.
In the new edition of ‘Discover Your Truth North,’ bestselling author Bill George profiles authentic leaders, including Alibaba’s Jack Ma.