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I love to travel because it is always a wonderful, life-changing experience -- whether embarking on a road trip or flying overseas to a foreign country. No matter where you go, you will likely meet new people and learn something new, which is always my goal.
Didn't get that college place you wanted? Don't stress, you have options, lots of them. Now might not be the right time for college, and you may need more time to figure out what you want to do.
When was the last time you applied for a new job, volunteered for a special assignment, or said "yes" to a new project, a stretch beyond your current work role?
2012-11-13-jrlogo300x60.gif Ever since I started with Kiva Zip in the U.S. my sixth sense seems to have awakened. I see entrepreneurs... everywhere! I think my understanding of what an entrepreneur was had until now been quite limited.
Innovation is like a gas, it becomes more powerful the more it is compressed. Our hope is that by making it easier for the builders in NYC to meet one another and exchange ideas, we can help this community grow even faster and accomplish even more for bringing our city, our country and our world into the future.
Whether you're an extroverted "power networker" or a shy or lazy introvert, connecting with others should be a part of your weekly work routine. Here are 10 places I've met clients and prospects over the past nine years.
Arianna appeared on CNBC's Squawk Box with Twitter creator Jack Dorsey to discuss his latest venture, Square. "They are powerful
A small shadow industry of software providers markets the polling and fundraising tools used in most American political campaigns
Between 1995 and 2005, an estimated 52 percent of Silicon Valley tech companies were founded by immigrants, according to
We keep hearing that the U.S. presidential election is all about jobs. So why aren’t we getting more concrete ideas from
FORTUNE -- Millions of graduates are pouring out of U.S. campuses and flooding the job market this spring. Students have
This article was published by our partner, the Tampa Bay Times, as part of their coverage of what's working in the local
Employers may even find that it pays to train workers for jobs in other industries. Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN), for example, announced
SMYRNA, Tenn. — The dairy farms that once draped the countryside here were paved over so the Japanese carmaker Nissan could
2012-07-27-Screenshot20120727at8.29.38AM.jpgIf necessity is the mother of invention, then it's no wonder the state of the environment is driving innovation around the world.
Since that success, other major companies -- including Best Buy, Toys R Us and Lowe’s -- have followed suit, adopting similar
Your mother always told you to dress for success. But for some unemployed job-seekers, that can be tough. Enter New York
As the government on Friday released its latest official snapshot of the American labor market -- finding that the economy