Opinion Editorials Section
(Editorial) Startup investors are busy and they're considering hundreds of companies at any given time, so be sure you know how NOT to waste their time or annoy them (if you want their money, of course).
(Editorial) While the industry reflects on Zillow's acquisition of Trulia, one research firm cites potential anti-trust blood that could be on the companies' hands.
(Editorial) The IKEA Family Card and other retailers' discount cards are useless, despite your having to give up your personal identity to join a club that never benefits you.
(Editorial) Reading habits have dramatically changed and are continuing to change, but how did we get here and where are we going?
(Editorial) Whether you're new to a space or just a first time conference goer, it can be intimidating to get around the room, but with these unique tips, you'll master any room.
(Editorial) TED Talks are amazing. Wonderful. Inspiring. But you should reconsider how much time you spend on them and how you let them impact your life.
(Editorial) Facebook, Twitter and the like are all lacking in features, but there's one place that is pointing them in the right direction, even if they're ignoring it.
(Business Editorial) You've been told by the gurus that you should be sending out mass "let's do coffee" email requests to influencers, but I'm here to tell you that you've been misled.
(Business Editorial) The world needs more genius ideas, and brilliant execution, but we're seeing the same ideas tweaked to death with entrepreneurs entering the scene clueless about competitors and basic business tasks.
We’re all so busy The day starts at 7:30 with coffee and a quick dog walk. A shower and oatmeal later, and email gets checked. News is read. Social media is managed. Work begins with a start
(Business Editorial) When tragedy or hard times strike, anyone's professional life can be impacted, but how can you get back to normal with the least amount of pain possible?
A growing "they need us" culture is spreading in the customer service industry, and the disparate attitudes between the corporate office and boots on the ground is growing.