Which team you support tells others about your background and where your history lies. And the superstitions we obey in support of our team are a classic example of tribal loyalty.
Two places in society should not be run by corporate-minded individuals: health care and government. The for-profit model fails to provide proper services or fairness, says the former Minnesota governor.
Whether it's bacteria or consciousness itself, science and philosophy examine a specific object that stands apart from the observer. Art is more collaborative, says Alva Noë. It changes us as we change it.
Two Virginia Tech students, David Eisenhauer, 18, and Natalie Keepers, 19, are at the center of a murder investigation. So is the social media app Kik.
We surprise the smartest people you know with ideas they're not prepared to discuss. This week, neurosurgeon James Doty.
A record number of American convicts were exonerated in 2015. Most of them were minorities, many mentally handicapped. A new report presents data that suggests there are hundreds (potentially thousands) of other...
You have to understand your customer, says George Jones.
To succeed, a company must differentiate, says George Jones.
George Jones explains the synergies between online and offline retail.
Find people who are passionate about what you are selling, says George Jones.
George Jones says you can succeed in business without an MBA, yet he regrets not earning one.
Communication is the key, says George Jones.
George Jones says turning around a company in tough economic times has been a challenge and an opportunity.
George Jones says he's been able to assemble a terrific team at Borders.