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For all the influence of the Objectivist principles set forth in “The Fountainhead” and other works, some prominent followers have run into trouble.
Both personal and professional users have seen their accounts suddenly go missing, but there are ways to report the errors, and precautions to take.
Misbehaving technology executives and investors need more than sensitivity training and public scorn.
Cross-functional "fusion" teams can present benefits to organizations, and can help members in their career development, if those teams are done right.
The Hackett Group has attempted to define how a company gets to the digital transformation stage in its latest statistical report.
Broadband companies suggest they support so-called net neutrality. But they have also pushed to rewrite the current net neutrality rules.
Are you using your friend’s ex-boyfriend’s parents’ password to watch the latest television shows? You’re not alone.
Being a data-driven organization is an ongoing process -- you need to invest in the right team, infrastructure, software, and processes that can promote lasting change.
Designed to allow racecar drivers to change gears quickly, paddle shifters are increasingly found in standard vehicles, but their usefulness for commuters is debatable.
Despite all the issues facing Uber, many people in in Silicon Valley and beyond would love to have the company’s chief executive job.
The next version of Apple’s operating system will be the last one to fully support 32-bit applications, but you can check now to see what needs upgrading.
Ladders for Leaders is a New York City initiative by the Office of the Mayor that aims to tackle NYC's youth employment crisis while training what they hope will be the most diverse tech workforce.