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A prominent Silicon Valley investor says entrepreneurs need to stop copying Mark Zuckerberg and quit talking about ‘breaking things,’ R...
"We need to do a better job of helping people see the future through a lens of optimism and hope rather than insecurity and fear," prominent Silicon Valley investor Mike Maples says.
Want to be a better-informed patient? We compiled a list of the code words a nurse would use and exactly what they mean.
From "upstanding" to "wobbler," here are some terms that make sense to lawyers, but make outsiders scratch their heads.
Grammarly broke down which words Fortune 500 employees like to include in their LinkedIn profiles.
‘SLAs,’ ‘procurement,’ and ‘fulfilment service’ are some of the phrases putting young people off applying for jobs...
Business speak ends up confusing things rather than being compelling.
“It's not just the jargon but the fact that he's able to deploy it in the manner that it's meant to be used,” one market participant said.
Most business-language clichés were once fresh, creative ways of expressing popular thoughts or common ideas.