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As Esri is being recognized for its contributions to environmental conservation four decades into its life, the digital mapping pioneer serves as an object lesson in corporate reinvention.
In the UK,  executive pay levels at listed companies are falling in real terms, says analysis just out from PwC. Early reporting shows 45% of FTSE100 executives have received no salary increase
Billionaire CEOs  (01 April 01:46 pm) 
As the frequency and severity of cyber attacks accelerate, both the government and the business community are increasingly willing to acknowledge that they are not in a position to tackle these
Tom Schnauz is a sick puppy. But don’t believe me, follow him on Twitter. He’s also one of the most creative minds in television. He’s the guy who gave Vince Gilligan the idea for
Tom Schnauz is a sick puppy. But don’t believe me, just follow him on Twitter.
The bankruptcy court overseeing the Chapter 11 proceedings of RadioShack has approved the sale of 1,723 of the company’s stores to General Wireless, an affiliate of Standard General,
News continues to trickle in about casting for the upcoming Warner Bros. super-villain team-up movie Suicide Squad. As I reported previously in greater detail, Director David Ayer's film has already
What opportunities can driverless technology provider for entrepreneurs and investors in the mid- to long-term?
Is driverless technology really right around the corner? And what are we likely to encounter as we head round to meet it?
Jay Z's Media Orchestration  (01 April 12:46 pm) 
In case you decided to join the Russian-U.S. space expedition this week and missed the big news from Jay Z and his A-list musician pals, I can confirm that it went over big time. A cursory
Everybody loves movie sequels. Well, hypothetical sequels anyway. It’s easy to imagine the best possible outcome for a filmic followup when it doesn’t exist. After all, how hard could it
The Big Apple is still the nation's largest luxury-car market. And Lincoln is wooing New Yorkers this week with a Lincoln Continental concept car at the New York International Auto Show that is wowing
Leadership is very much about the energy you put out. Now let’s take an odd detour and consider what that means by looking at leadership from a totally different perspective—through the eyes of a
Who exactly is making money from ASMR?
ASMR is a growing internet phenomenon. But is there any money to be made in the trend?
S-ESOPs, Retirement Savings, and You  (01 April 11:46 am) 
Tax reform has to address a host of concerns. Two of them--business entity formation and tax-neutral savings for retirement--made the news today.Bob Carroll of Ernst and Young (probably the Right's
Despite hints of a global recovery for renewable energy investment, Europe saw their progress stall over the last year, recording a little less than 1% growth for the period, according to United
The San Francisco Giants enter the 2015 season as defending World Series champions, but two teams 3,000 miles east will take top honors on the secondary ticket market this year. Amidst big offseason
Since the ECB began its asset purchase programme one third of the Euro Sovereign debt market has a negative yield. Investors are chasing more risky assets at their peril.
There's been a lot of drama in the hypertension field over the past few years. Initially sparked by the decision of the National Institutes of Health to end its sponsorship of national
Speeding past Newark Airport on Interstate 95 in New Jersey, a stunning scene across the way offers a rare glimpse of the future of the US energy business, and the picture isn’t pretty.
Gas Prices Headed Below $2, Way Below  (01 April 12:46 pm) 
Speeding past Newark Airport on Interstate 95 in New Jersey, a stunning scene across the way offers a rare glimpse into the future of the US energy business, and the picture isn’t pretty.
Maybe it’s just because Congress is on spring break and tax wonks don’t have much to talk about, but suddenly the idea of a consumption tax is getting a new look. The tax plan proposed
You don't often meet people who argue against the virtues of delegation, or empowerment. Even more rarely do you meet anyone who argues in favour of micro-management, obsessively controlling every