Tracey Taylor, the managing editor of my hometown local news site Berkeleyside, is a reasonably hard-nosed veteran journalist, but she sounds a little wobbly at the knees as she tells me about her recent infatuation. She’s fallen hard — for an enterprise software service.
In our Money Mic series, we hand over the podium to people with controversial views about money. These are their views, not ours, but we welcome your responses.
Many people want to get ahead. Yet, most sit back and critique those who are successful.
Successful people don’t work harder; they work smarter. As your competitors encroach on your market share, it’s critical to approach your work in the most productive way possible.
Ever wonder what our generation will be known for in the decades to come? I ponder the question regularly. There are so many great things we could be remembered for, but if history has taught us anything, it’s the negative that tends to last the test of time, not the positive.
While the majority of the Supreme Court justices were divided in Tuesday’s hearing on the constitutionality of gay marriage, one judge stood out from the rest, as she often does.
It started with Instagram. Or maybe it ended with Instagram.