With the lines between the two becoming blurrier and blurrier, it's vital that marketers improve their ability to speak the tech vernacular.
She Rides is a new service launching in New York on Monday that connects female riders with women drivers. The gender-specific business plan is being scrutinized by those who say it discriminates against men. She Rides' founder argues that her service is not unlike a women-only gym.
Nearly 50 years after his famous self-control experiment involving marshmallows and pre-schoolers, Columbia professor Walter Mischel has published a book about mastering impulses.
The results of a new study suggest that mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) can help reduce the severity and length of migraines in chronic adult sufferers.
If you thought your TV was a safe haven unsaturated by comic book adaptations, think again.
California regulators have deemed the companies' newest “charter-party carrier” services illegal. UberPool and Lyft Line offer discounts to passengers who choose to share a ride with a similar destination.
The authors of a recent Harvard Business Review article explored the snowball effect that causes poor decisions to cascade into full-blown behavioral norms.
A Pew Research report has found people under 30 are reading more than people over 30. Is Harry Potter to thank?
A school that prioritizes Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) strives to guide students not just academically, but also through life lessons to help them build strong relationships and make good decisions.
Though hardly a new innovation, online job fairs offer an opportunity to network from your home office. It's important to remember that you should still put forth the same effort you would during a live meeting.
In the event of a "Yes" vote, the uncoupling process between Scotland and the UK will mean huge shifts with regard to energy, finance, and diplomacy.
The important thing to remember is that maintaining your brand and reputation does not involve blasting customers online.
Scientists have confirmed a sizable improvement in ozone levels over the past decade. The news is a testament to the world's noble dedication to reducing usage of hazardous chemicals.
In a recent Guardian profile, actor and playwright Sam Shepard declared that American culture is "on [its] way out," especially since so much of its industry has been off-shored.
Noah Zatz, professor at the UCLA law school, argues that undervaluing labor that happens inside the home puts poor families at a further monetary disadvantage.