Income inequality is now at the same level it was in the Great Depression. One reason is a growing number of monopolies whose existence is enabled by financial engineering and monetary policy. Ben Hunt notes that the S&P 500 companies have the highest earnings relative to sales in history.
None of us are perfect. We all have a few bad habits. But, research shows some bad habits can undermine both your performance and reputation at work—making you appear less professional to colleagues, or, even worse, get you in trouble with your boss. Here are six habits to avoid to be your best.
As software “eats the world,” engineers aren’t just worrying about orchestrating systems that can run seamlessly across mul-tiple geographies, they’re also puzzling over a dilemma: Just because you can build it, does that mean you should build it?
A new survey by Oracle’s Food & Beverage unit asked more than 2,000 fans in the US, UK, Germany, Australia, and Canada how likely they would be to use a variety of technologies for ordering, collecting, and paying for their stadium fare.
Olympian Caster Semenya of South Africa has to chemically suppress the testosterone her body naturally produces to compete with other women. This represents the legislative equivalent of genital mutilation, and it’s part of a global pattern of men working to control women's bodies.
The world of work has shifted from “managing” people to enabling them. Greg Pryor talks to Leighanne Levensaler about how Workday Ventures invests in early-stage companies that help our customers build enabling enterprises.
Is America ready for a woman president? With the large number of female candidates who've already declared their candidacy, this article explores whether a woman is indeed electable to this country's highest office.
The month of May is one of our most exciting months during the school year because we can celebrate student success. This year we had over 1,500 students attend Silicon Valley CTE (SVCTE) programs and 1,623 students attend Silicon Valley Adult Education (SVAE) programs Last week, SVAE completed a successful WASC mid-year review. WASC is an independent accreditation process that evaluates and ensures the quality of…
May is Mental Health Awareness Month in the United States and in the UK, Mental Health Awareness Week kicks off on Monday, 13 May. That's why it's the perfect timing to have a closer look at what you can do to stay mentally fit.
The companies on the 2019 Forbes Global 2000 list account for more than $40 trillion in revenue this year and more than $186 million in global assets. We crunched the numbers to reveal the major trends shaping the list this year.
Just a few years ago, the most frequent challenges experienced by branch offices were the result of a slow connection to the central data center. Over time, this grew to include the inability to deploy reliable latency-sensitive applications and services at the branch, such as VoIP or video conferencing. While MPLS was adopted to resolve these connectivity and performance issues, those connections were also rigid and static, requiring critical data to exist at a single location.