Never before have so many analysts transparently taken positions, publicly attacking those they disagree with. None of this is good for democracy.There is no equivalent in Australia of the Tea Party that has wreaked havoc upon the Republicans in the United States. Not yet anyway.But there is at the
Though we would like to think there is a bold line between normality and illness, take a closer look and this idea is exposed as a flimsy social construct.
Julian Assange predicted bitcoin’s recent rise — and its problems — in 2011
It’s been four years since the launch of bitcoin and not a day goes by that crypto-currency is not mentioned in the tech press. The buzz has gone so mainstream that I regularly field questions about bitcoin from the most non-technical people in my life, many of whom heard about it on TV or rea
A couple of days ago, it looked like Mark Stanley’s “We The People” petition asking for reform of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act would fall well short of the 100,000 signatures needed to trigger a White House response. Despite a bipartisan “Day of Action” las
What’s worse than sending out the worst job application ever? Probably unknowingly hitting up the CEO of a longtime competitor with a stock recruiting message. Well, this has happened. Earlier this week Ragy Thomas, CEO and co-founder of social media management startup Sprinklr, received an in
“Have you ever had to hose the car down [after giving someone a Lyft]?” says Conan O’Brien. “There was one time when one gentleman vomited in the car, so I did have to,” says Lyft driver Anthony Duran. “Who’s sitting in that seat?” says O’Brien.
What GM's Mary Barra must do now
It's time to move beyond Barra's gender and pay attention to the leadership the incoming GM CEO will need to impart to revitalize the automaker.
The Prudential Group Insurance president and COO learned a life lesson sitting on the bench for her college softball team.
FORTUNE -- Before joining Prudential Group Insurance (PRU) as president and Chief Operating Officer in June, Lori Fouché spent over 20 years at various prominent insuranc
Spanish citizens angered by austerity measures have begun to support third-party political movements like Procés Constituent. Some have even called for separation from Spain.
FCC Moves One Step Closer to Lifting Ban on In-Flight Phone Calls
The FCC did not vote to end the ban on in-flight calls, but to continue the conversation and start the public comment process -- an important distinction that was muddled by some in the moment.
JetBlue doesn't want to be JCPenney. The airline certainly wants to attract more business travelers, but it adamantly seeks to ensure that changes don't come at the expense of its leisure traveler customer base. The balancing act will gradually become more of a challenge as Mint service expands, but