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Understanding the ‘Generations’ of Travel – Part 3: The Generation Jones

The Baby Boomers, a very active and traveling generation you were able to read about in the previous article; those with good economy, happy...

Top Executives Need Feedback—Here’s How They Can Get It

By the time you become a senior executive, you have no doubt honed a set of skills and talents that enable you to be...

The Sales Shrink – I’m Glad It’s Not My Money

by Tina Cherpes, Featured Contributor Behavior Therapy - #11 AMY SHRUGGED, “Okay so I was bored… I sat there thinking if I added up everyone’s salary...

The Benefits—and Limits—of Decision Models

Big data and models help overcome biases that cloud judgment, but many executive decisions also require bold action inspired by self-confidence. Here’s how to...

In Defence of Right to Buy

HOUSING, it is increasingly clear, will probably be one of the hot topics of the 2015 election–at least on the left. This morning, Polly Toynbee, the Guardian’s chief hand-wringer, reports on the creation of new slums in east London. As she says…

UK election clouds have gilt-edged lining

Jan. 10 - British politicians are drawing up election battle lines. It looks like the left might clinch it. Breakingviews says a Labour victory would please investors as it's likely to safeguard EU ties.

Test Your Regional Slang

How well does this test of regional slang reveal where you’re from? Answer the questions below to find out. What do you call sweetened carbonated...

To Fix The UK Economy, Build More Houses

The irony of the United Kingdom's rather poor economic performance under Prime Minister David Cameron is that there's a perfectly good case to be...