Controversial presidential candidate Donald Trump gave an interview to the Washington Post on Monday that made one, and only one, good point on NATO. Europeans are not paying their fair share of joint defense costs. European intelligence failures that led to Tuesday’s terror attacks in Brussels underscored the issue. When Trump […]
A new survey sponsored by Cornerstone on Demand reinforces the notion that corporate ladder-climbing is losing its appeal, in favor of lateral moves that lead to more interesting work and a better quality of life.
The RMB exchange rate is perennially caught in the international spotlight. Some say it’s too low, others that it should be lower. The PBOC (People’s Bank of China), which sets a daily reference rate (the ‘fix’) for the domestically traded currency, must walk a narrow tightrope, both shaping expectations, and […]
Google is making the machine learning it uses in everything from search to speech recognition, available for other companies to use, hoping it will supercharge its effort to gain on Amazon in cloud computing services.
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Emily is stressed out because a new manager in her company, Peggy, is talking about taking over huge pieces of Emily’s job. What should Emily do?
Research argues that unorthodox policy is limiting cheap crude’s positive impact
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