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We Tried The World’s First Folding Phone, & It Actually Works – Nick Statt

Samsung may be just days away from taking the wraps off its very own foldable smartphone-tablet hybrid, but consumer electronics company Royole has stolen a bit of its thunder with its very own flexible display device. Called the FlexPai, the 7.8-inch hybrid device can fold 180 degrees and transform from a tablet into a phone, … Continue reading We Tried The World’s First Folding Phone, & It Actually Works – Nick Statt

9 Things That Make Good Employees Quit – Travis Bradberry

It’s pretty incredible how often you hear managers complaining about their best employees leaving, and they really do have something to complain about—few things are as costly and disruptive as good people walking out the door. Managers tend to blame their turnover problems on everything under the sun, while ignoring the crux of the matter: … Continue reading 9 Things That Make Good Employees Quit – Travis Bradberry

Business Does Not Need the Humanities But Humans Do – Gianpiero Petriglieri

Sometimes a simple story is all it takes to capture complex issues, or so it seems. Take this one. A few years ago, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg lost a game of Scrabble to a friend’s teenage daughter. “Before they played a second game, he wrote a simple computer program that would look up his letters … Continue reading Business Does Not Need the Humanities But Humans Do – Gianpiero Petriglieri

Visit One Of The Best (And Tastiest) Symbols Of A New York Neighborhood – Gerald Eskenazi

You catch the aroma on Arthur Avenue as a happy shopper opens the door, left arm holding a huge, bulging bag of bread and cookies. Yes, this is the Madonia Bakery, in its way a symbol of New York as much as the Lower East Side, the High Line, and Rockefeller Center. New York, to … Continue reading Visit One Of The Best (And Tastiest) Symbols Of A New York Neighborhood – Gerald Eskenazi

These 5 Innovative AI Companies Are Changing The Way We Live – Rosie Brown

It’s 2018 and the world doesn’t quite look like a scene from “The Jetsons.” However, technological innovation spurred by advancements in computing has allowed for artificial intelligence to bring significant changes to the way businesses operate, impacting our everyday lives. Here are five industries impacted by AI....... Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/nvidia/2018/11/01/these-5-innovative-ai-companies-are-changing-the-way-we-live/#2dc9a60e5a7f         Your … Continue reading These 5 Innovative AI Companies Are Changing The Way We Live – Rosie Brown

American Express, Amazon, And Barbara Corcoran Partner To Help Small Businesses – Jaime Catmull

As of 2016, there were approximately 28.8 million small businesses, which accounted for 99.7% of all U.S. businesses, according to the Small Business Administration. That’s a tremendous economic force that is fueling the country’s growth and framing opportunity for more entrepreneurs and freelancers to join the ranks. Even with positive signs that point to the … Continue reading American Express, Amazon, And Barbara Corcoran Partner To Help Small Businesses – Jaime Catmull

Always Protect The Downside – Darius Foroux

What’s a big goal or dream that you have? Do you want to start a business? Become a fulltime author? Travel the world? Become financially independent? Change careers?I bet you’ve thought about it, and at some point thought, “I’m not sure I can achieve that.”If you’re anything like me, you always think about risks that … Continue reading Always Protect The Downside – Darius Foroux

Swiss Startup Aims To Help Paralyzed People Walk – Matthew Herper

A group of scientists associated with GTX Medical, a Swiss medical device firm, published new evidence yesterday that using electricity to stimulate the spinal cord can help paralyzed people regain some walking ability. The new results, published yesterday in Nature and its sister journal Nature Neuroscience, show that using patterns of electrical stimulation allowed three … Continue reading Swiss Startup Aims To Help Paralyzed People Walk – Matthew Herper

Bridgewater’s New Brain: A Millennial Woman Is Blazing To The Top Of The World’s Largest Hedge Fund – Nathan Vardi

In August, Karen Karniol-Tambour warned that the U.S. stock market was priced for perfection, making it vulnerable to the sort of sell-off that took place in October. While convinced that in the long term investors need more exposure to Chinese markets, as of late October she wasn’t bullish about China for the short term, either. … Continue reading Bridgewater’s New Brain: A Millennial Woman Is Blazing To The Top Of The World’s Largest Hedge Fund – Nathan Vardi

Option Trading Lessons From The Man Who Sold His Trading System To JPMorgan – Shishir Asthana

Many envy a person who takes five holidays a year, but few would put in laborious efforts needed to ensure well-timed and worry-free breaks. Quantitative derivatives trader Subhadip Nandy is one such person to be jealous of. The Kolkata-based options trader quit a comfortable job in Life Insurance Corporation to dabble in the markets in … Continue reading Option Trading Lessons From The Man Who Sold His Trading System To JPMorgan – Shishir Asthana

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