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The video-centric Always messaging--which has generated 550 million views and 25 billion impressions--is on its fourth installment
Turn your work into a game - Da Big Kahuna here is Dopamine. Take it from fellow Psychology Today blogger David J. Linden
There's nothing funny about ageism.
IN 'GREEN NEWS EXTRA' (see links below): The case for climate change optimism; Hundreds To Rally For Climate Justice; What
We'd love to see Tide run this.
If you're in global business you need to read this book, Grow: How Ideals Power Growth and Profit at the World's Greatest Companies by Jim Stengel. It came out in 2011, though its many insights and research for over a decade are as timely now as when first published.
You know who else uses those products? My husband. He shaves his face with Gillette razors. And he has changed countless baby tushies in Pampers.
How can people who may not have amazing dads in their lives grow up to be or expect to co-parent with amazing dads if we don't see dads being normal and amazing in our lives?
But its adjusted earnings beat Wall Street expectations and the company reiterated its 2014 guidance. Its shares rose 3 percent
This week, I'm putting away my devices a bit more. I'm going to walk the streets, take the trains and ride the elevators with eyes wide open just to see what brands speak to me without even saying a word.
Well, if expensive marketing research shows that dads are happy to cede this spotlight, then I shall accept that for the
We've shifted to a world where collaboration and connection are replacing hierarchy and bureaucracy. The outdated "Alpha" notion of management has given way to the modern era of "Beta" leadership.
"Water is life" is not just a cliché phrase, it's a fact. UNICEF estimates nearly 2,000 children die every day from diarrhea -- more than HIV/AIDS and malaria combined, and every seven seconds a child dies of a water-related illness.
Tiny plastic beads from beauty products are showing up in North America's Great Lakes, and an environmental group is calling upon companies to stop using the plastic particles.
"We won without having to go through a legislative battle, which no one wants to do," Eriksen said. A team of researchers
In a time when most businesses are obsessed with the newest, latest, greatest thing, Proctor and Gamble has reached back into its past. The iconic American company has ousted its current CEO and brought back the 66-year-old A.G. Lafley for another go as Chief Executive. The business world is abuzz after this executive shake up, trying to figure out what the future holds for the company.
MarketWatch: In its 14th annual Reputation Quotient survey, Harris Interactive rated 60 large American companies based on
Helicopter Parenting and the Olympics: The Terrifying Message that NBC is Sending Out to American Families
I've been appalled at the way in which NBC's Olympic coverage has become a celebration of parents crossing the line from healthy support of their children into a neurotic condition of living their lives through the experiences of their offspring.
In addition to the fake coupons, officers seized $2 million in assets from the three homes, including vehicles worth $240,000
"I was told he chose to exercise the option," said Mahadeva, who worked for Galleon for 12 years until Rajaratnam was arrested