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The 'circular economy' may have been coined in the 1980s, but its central tenets, from repairing to repurposing, are certainly not new.

Algorithms are learning historical and societal biases against women and further propagating them, writes Ann Cairns. Here's how we can make AI work for everyone.

Companies must imagine their future customers and employees, collaborate as they transform, and be mindful of how they operate to drive inclusive growth.

Bill.com provides ACH payments processing, automates your accounts payable and accounts receivable processes.

Daniel Morgan, vice-president and senior portfolio manager at Synovus Trust Company, breaks down the Netflix Q4 earnings and discusses why Netflix’s cycle of creating original content to gain more international subscribers may hurt them in the long run.

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November is National Adoption Awareness Month. Friends in Adoption, a community resource located in Poultney and working throughout the country, is bringing awareness to the impact of the opioid crisis

Job-hopping: A way to seriously boost your earnings, but is it right for you? Read on for the pros and cons of jumping ship.

Finding human connection in a crowded city is often hard. But this organization has a novel approach to tackling the problem of urban loneliness: street listening.

The rise of robots and artificial intelligence might actually open up further job opportunities – if we learn how to effectively channel our talents for the coming age.

Robots have the potential to provide much needed assistance that is both complementary and beneficial.

From the Orkney Islands of Scotland to the bustling city streets of Tokyo, hydrogen innovators are discovering ways to fuel the future of transport.

As World Water Week gets underway, here are some of the most pertinent facts and figures about our most precious resource.

Its National Adoption Month and Burleigh County has over 120 kids in need of a home which is up from last year.

Girls high school basketball season is here and the Times-Union’s Power Poll will be published each Friday through the end of the regular season.

How well do you know yourself? Knowing what you’re good at and want from life is excellent guidance when choosing a career.

If “explore your career options” isn’t on your list of 2019 New Year’s resolutions, you might need to reconsider.