More venture capitalists are kissing more frogs. The result? Amphibian prices are rising.
Strange as it may sound in this age of increasing automation, gig work, and executive pay, people still are a company’s most important asset.
Experts calculate that by wearing a mask you could help prevent a $56.14 daily drop in GDP. That’s $13,500 over the course of the work year.
Angry Karens get all the attention. But Tinas are the ones who are changing our behavior. Why? Because there is no alternative.
Some say there is no such thing, yet opprobrium, in the form of bad publicity, is quite common. It may even be good for business.