Books Are Getting “Swearier” And This Is What It Means ...

Apparently the shift towards swear words in book titles and content has not gone unnoticed by researchers.

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New Survey Finds Recent MBA Grads Don’t Want To Work O ...

A new survey shows that jobs outside of Wall Street are increasingly being preferred by MBA graduates as just 19% of respondents selected Wall Street as their top employment choice.

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Have An Accent? It Might Help You Get Your Next Job

AI voice-assistants have long had difficulty understanding foreign accents, but now Amazon may be taking steps to address this frequent issue.

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How “The Backscratchers” Are Reinventing The Agency Mode ...

Back when I worked in the agency world, I remember the angst every time an unreasonable demand came in from a client without a “proper” brief.

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Google Studies 180 Teams And Shares 5 Traits The Best All Sh ...

After two years of studying 180 teams with the intent of finding why some achieve game changing success while others fail, Google recently shared some of their findings.

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Why Chief Marketing Officers Don’t Last

New research points to the fact that CMOs often suffer from vaguely defined job responsibilities and confusion between whether more strategic thinking or focus on commercialization (or a hybrid) is required.

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Instagram Launches Feature To Let Users Archive Embarrassing ...

This week Instagram quietly rolled out a feature to let users archive posts to hide them from the public. In a world where many users post things they later regret, this type of profile management is something that other social media platforms will likely consider to offer users an alternative to deleting their old posts.

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15 Non-Cliché Books To Give As Useful 2017 Graduation Gifts

A short list of 15 great books to give as a useful and practical 2017 graduation gift for him or for her (curated by WSJ bestselling author Rohit Bhargava).

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Always Eat Left Handed: An Irreverent Career Advice Book For ...

An entertainingly irreverent career advice book from WSJ bestselling author and Georgetown professor Rohit Bhargava filled with brutally honest secrets of success no one has ever dared to tell you.

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Professional Ghosting, Why We Prefer Serious Robots and the ...

A tequila maker cashing in on the craft drink phenomenon, the surprising reasons why vending machines are so popular in Japan, how drones are evolving to offer unexpected solutions and what Trump’s fake audiences should teach us about media consumption.   Those stories and a highly entertaining ad that will show you everything you need

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