When it comes to disaster management, judging millennials for their “obsession” is tediously wrong-headed, it can do a real disservice. In fact, there may not be a better tool than social media when it comes to responding to a disaster, organizing resources, and mitigating damage.
After his TKO win over Justin Gaethje at UFC on FOX 29, Dustin Poirier feels he has earned the opportunity to face UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov.
The future of work for college grads is impossible to predict, much less formulate a ‘career plan’ that has any chance of survival. So how can millennials navigate a path in an increasingly “VUCA” world? Here’s seven strategies to get started. Number one, don’t try to make perfect decisions.
Experts weigh in on tensions between the U.S. and China amid growing speculation of a trade war.
Invasive trees have demonstrated their adaptive mettle, so it shouldn’t come as a shock that they are likely to outperform natives as climate change alters growing conditions. But according to the U.S. Forest Service, their competitive advantage is dramatic.
Daniel Garrahan previews some of the big stories the FT is watching in the week ahead
To understand how firms can provide employees with greater social media freedom while at the same time instilling greater discipline and managing the risk, Chip Roberson, Founder and CEO of Brandle, provides insight into how marketers can implement a social media governance plan.
A look back at Congressman Darrell Issa’s record on innovation policy