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Post written by Paul Glader @PaulGlader is a journalism professor at The King’s College in NYC and EMBA participant at The Berlin School of Creative Leadership Who knew a simple board game bore such a fascinating history? Journalist Mary Pilon uncovers the story of individual creativity, corporate...

Who are the big idea innovators in the startup world these days? Is it the fearless 20-year olds? Not so much. Actually, the majority of new business owners are innovators who are over the age of 40.  According to the Kauffman Foundation, during the last 16 years, entrepreneurship among 55 to 64-year-olds increased by an astounding 64%. For 45 to 54-year-olds, new business...

Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer had no idea instant karma was going to knock Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella right in the head. The opinions expressed in...

On May 14th I’ll have spent an entire year working remotely as a freelancer in three different time zones. Beyond the organizational and management...

Investors are trying to figure out what a possible CP-CSX deal would mean for the rest of the railroad industry. The opinions expressed in this commentary...

Is the bull case for airline stocks running out of gas? Global players American Airlines Group American Airlines Group, United Continental Holdings United...

Orders to U.S. factories rose in February, breaking a six-month losing streak. The Commerce Department says factory orders rose 0.2 percent in February, which was the first increase since July. But the good news for February is tempered by a revision in the January figure: orders fell 0.7 percent, worse than the 0.2 percent drop the government originally reported. U.S....

Will ScarJo soon be making her own Pepsi at home? Want to make your own Sierra Mist at home? You soon may have the chance to do that. Pepsi (PEP) said...

As one watches things like Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Key & Peele and Sirens, it’s becomes easy to judge their respective comedic merit because...

A woman who police say is at the center of a scheme to kidnap babies to claim as her own calls herself a mogul, a motivational speaker, a poet, a songwriter and one of the “kindest women you will ever meet,” on her many websites. But police paint Giseleangelique René D’Milian as a twisted schemer who was out to convince her married boyfriend that she...