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New To Management? 15 Steps To Gracefully Transition From Peer To Leader

Being promoted is an exciting time -- except when you'll now be leading your peers. Help make the transition less awkward for you and your team with these tips from Forbes Coaches Council experts.

13 Tips For Standing Out On Your Next Job Application

Struggling to get noticed in a sea of other qualified candidates? Follow these tips from Forbes Human Resources Council experts to make sure you stand out.

Sorry, But U.S. Women's Soccer Team Shouldn't Give Into The Haters

There isn't anything wrong with the U.S. women's soccer team celebrating like crazy after every goal. In fact, they should. It helps them sell tickets and boast television ratings. Nothing wrong with that.

How Sebago, A Crafted Legacy Makes Its Grand Comeback In The Digital Age

American heritage brand Sebago has returned in partnership with Italian luxury group BasicNet to reestablish its footing in the international accessories market. Founded in 1946 by three New England natives and friends, Sebago first released a hand-sewn Penny Loafer.

'Bleeped' The New Podcast About Censorship Tells Stories About The Fight For The Right To Speech

For most of our lifetimes, censorship has never stopped being in the news and those stories have never stopped being interesting. Into that fray steps Matthew Billy and his new podcast Bleeped that on June 18 is releasing five new stories of censorship and how the victims fought back.

This Funder Is Getting To The Root Of Problems With A Do, Learn, Share Approach To Philanthropy

Boston-based philanthropist Charlotte Wagner discusses her foundation's approach to philanthropy and shares best practices.

Elon Musk Continues Bizarre Twitter Use

Over the weekend, Musk said he was deleting his account and refused to credit an artist for their work.

Box Office: Why Are So Many Sequels Bombing This Summer?

When audiences have on-demand access to good franchise flicks for cheap at home, they are far less likely to go to a theater to see a bad (or uninteresting) new franchise installment.

19th-Century Discrimination Is Still The Law Across The United States

State constitutional amendments passed in the 19th century to discriminate against Catholics are still around today. Now, the U.S. Supreme Court may consider whether these measures square with the First Amendment. The result could boost educational choice programs nationwide.

The Best Way To Combat 'Summer Melt' Is With A 'Nudge'

Come fall, many students end up not showing up their first day of college due to the “summer melt,” a scenario where a number of obstacles can deter students from enrolling in college. Starting this summer, a new pilot gives a nudge to students with the help of artificial intelligence.

Will You Be Ready? Why All Companies In All Industries Need A Gig Economy Strategy

I've always been an entrepreneur who’s worked at the edge of innovation by launching start-ups. But I rarely see the same innovative thinking that happens at a start-up applied and integrated into larger corporate systems. Until I met Paul Estes.

Former American Racecar Driver Scott Pruett Talks About Time and Rolex

Having won dozens of races, former American racecar driver Scott Pruett owns a fair share of Rolex watches. Here he discusses time and Rolex.

Empowered By Technology, Wealth Managers Will Take Personalization To The Next Level

Success for wealth managers will hinge on their ability to use emerging technologies to take personalized service and deep knowledge of their clients to the next level, according to a new report published by Temenos and Forbes Insights.
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