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"Stranger Things."

Netflix is the new LaCroix — and they tell the same cautionary tale about business strategy

Even if you summon a market into existence, it's not your choice whether it stays yours or even remains profitable.
brunchwork members complete a scavenger hunt around Sony Square NYC.

This millennial networking startup is saving the workforce from automation, one mimosa at a time

Millennials are drawn to an event series called brunchwork, where they hear from powerful executives and meet other ambitious professionals.

24 products people waste too much money on that you should stop buying immediately

Netflix and Spotify have all the movies and music you could want, so stop paying for cable.
Presidential contender Tom Steyer is a billionaire.

Billionaire Tom Steyer is running for president — here’s everything we know about the net worth and personal finances of each 2020 Democra...

The wealth of 2020 candidates ranges from those worth less than $200,000, to major Democratic donor Tom Steyer, who is worth $1.6 billion.

Scientists say this ridiculously simple strategy can help you learn anything

Instead of reading and rereading a list of vocabulary words, you should read it once and then test yourself repeatedly.
For narcissists, admiration is a drug.

21 signs you’re a narcissist and don’t even know it

Patterns of narcissistic behavior include speaking instead of listening and constantly putting other people down.
Online MBAs are becoming more popular among applicants looking for more affordable and convenient ways to earn an advanced degree.

GLOBAL RANKING: The top 25 online MBA programs

QS Quacquarelli Symonds ranked the best online MBA programs that potential students can choose from. They range in pricing, location, and duration.
Mark Zuckerberg, about to go down a 'blind alley' of his own.

Mark Zuckerberg just pulled a Jeff Bezos, and Libra could be Amazon Web Services

Cloud computing was a "blind alley" that turned into a "broad avenue" earning $25 billion a year for Amazon. Could crypto do the same for Facebook?
Kyle Lowry and Mark Stevens at Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday, June 5.

Whether on the basketball court or in the office, psychology says that powerful people do strange, unrestrained things

When you feel powerful, you see people in terms of goals. You eventually ascribe less human emotions to other people.
Wharton professor Adam Grant has penned a number of books that are popular among MBA grads.

17 business and leadership books that have helped MBA students succeed in the business world

Learn why MBA alumni love the following 17 business and leadership books.