If you’ve dabbled in the tax law at any point since, oh...1913, you may have picked up on the fact that the IRS is in the business of taxing accessions to wealth. In other words, if you go to bed at night
John Hinshaw has been named Group Chief Operating Officer of HSBC effective December 10, 2019. His predecessor in that role, Andy Maguire, will retire as Group Chief Operating Officer on January 30, 2020.
Entrepreneur, VC, Major Company Chairman And CEO: Tom Bogan Has Done It All In The World Of Technology
Tom Bogan’s career in technology has been among the more diverse. He began his career on the east coast in Boston in management consulting in the 1970s. In the 1980s, he would take on his first CEO role
When it comes to survey research, there is a lot to be learned from abstract questions about hypothetical scenarios. “If you were to encounter this situation, what would you do?” “Imagine that you were
Online security questions — we have all seen them. We log in to a new bank account, social media site or online paid service, and there they are. We are required to type in our answers in case we lose
Like Dr. Manhattan, Damon Lindelof and his writers appeared to have foreseen the future and predicted the joking question that Watchmen viewers would ask once the show was over: As it turns out, they have
Newly-fallen snow and white-painted rooftops are huge winners, with albedos in the 80-95% range. In those instances, overall output can be increased by as much as 30%. But even locating panels over can
Topline: Rambler, a Russian media company, is planning to sue Amazon’s Twitch for allegedly and illegally broadcasting 36,000 Premier League soccer games—and has since blocked Twitch from streaming the
“You are what your record says you are,” a wise man named Bill Parcells once said. He must’ve had the 2019 Philadelphia Eagles in mind, who somehow, some way are 7-7 following yesterday’s wild 37-27 win
As many of us scramble in the next few days to finish our holiday shopping, Congress is also scrambling to make up for a year of legislative inaction. Included in congress’s end-of-year wish list is President
It is nearly impossible to talk about technology today without some mention of artificial intelligence (AI). While everyone is familiar with AI, the concept of augmented intelligence is not as ubiquitous.
Imagine a company sitting at the dinner table, dining with its customers. If a customer has a question, they ask across the table and receive an answer all while salting their plate and passing the potatoes.
It was a dramatic contrast on our screens last summer. As Hurricane Dorian unleashed nature’s fury on the Bahamas and danced with a wide swath of the East Coast of the United States, CNN held its Climate
Fortnite is currently in the middle of its Star Wars event, but it’s about to layer another holiday-themed event right on top of it, Winterfest. The event will run from tomorrow, December 17, to January
U.S. arms sales to the Middle East have more than doubled in value this year, after two consecutive years of falls. According to data compiled by the Forum on the Arms Trade from the U.S. Foreign Military
Although Alex "A-Rod" Rodriguez is best known as a baseball star, he’s also a successful business owner and real estate magnate. Despite his extensive experience in many business endeavors, he believes
As 2019 comes to a close, businesses everywhere draw the line to evaluate what they did well in the previous 12 months, along with what needed more work, and the biggest challenges they faced and overcame.
A grassroots advocacy campaign is a great way for mission-oriented organizations to mobilize their memberships and take action in the political or social sphere. The more awareness an organization can
In a fast-paced world consumed by digital media, it can feel impossible to grab someone’s attention. Companies often struggle to stand out among all the noise to busy consumers. Sometimes they only have
Company culture defines how team members operate within the framework of a business and interact with each other. It's an intangible thing most of the time, but a solid, resilient culture can be a massive
When you’re running a small business, every dollar counts. Yet so much money is wasted on unnecessary expenses. This type of extraneous spending can hold your company back from growing, but it's not always
We’ve all seen (or maybe even written) the tweets or negative reviews, complaining about terrible experiences dealing with unkempt businesses or poor customer service. Social media has made it possible
One of the greatest challenges I've observed for women in senior leadership roles is to find a healthy balance between work and life. Despite the fact that women are working more, they are still saddled
The consistent performance of the INSEAD MBA program across the four major MBA rankings of 2019 sees the school rank #1 in this year’s Fortuna Ranking of MBA Rankings for European business schools. This
The ultimate curator of world music, Gilles Peterson, unearths this "hip-shaker" from the Ivory Coast featuring "the mysterious
The ultimate curator of world music, Gilles Peterson, unearths this "hip-shaker" from the Ivory Coast featuring "the mysterious Bazaré D. Pablo" recorded in 1975. https://soundcloud.com/gillespetersonworldwide/bazare-d-pablo-et-orchestre-nassima-gpww-premiere
Shoppers have fragile egos. One of the enduring challenges of modern economics is maintaining the self-esteem of the person wandering the aisles looking for something that probably isn’t on the shelf.
Should The Major League Baseball Players Union Fire Frederic Horowitz For His A-Rod Arbitration Decision?
Article XI(A)(9) of the Major League Baseball Basic Agreement allows for both Major League Baseball and its players union to "terminate the appointment of the impartial arbitrator" for any reason, or reason