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The natural beauty company Lush wants to help reverse some of the effects of deforestation and environmental degradation by encouraging the growth of native crops like vanilla and avocado.

Better training can cement positive economic outlook. With strong economic numbers, manufacturers today are increasingly positive about their business outlook. The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) Manufacturing Outlook Index for 2018’s second quarter rose from 62.8 to 63.8, a new all-time high. This was the seventh straight quarter of positive survey results, the organization reports.

KentuckyOne Health has a new Express Care location in Lexington that offers expanded access to affordable care for acute illness and minor injuries seven days a week.

These are small and totally doable actions that, with a little practice, can help you focus and get more done.

Summer months are a great time for enjoying the outdoors with family and friends. But, it’s important to keep in mind that hot weather can be especially dangerous if proper safety precautions aren’t considered, particularly on an outdoor jobsite. According to OSHA, working in hot weather and the direct sun increases the risk of heat-related illnesses in exposed workers, such as heat stress and heat exhaustion…

The nationwide prisoner strike has developed a list of 10 demands to improve life inside, including raising wages for prison work and giving prisoners the right to vote.

The new Google Fit takes cues from the American Heart Association, the World Health Organization, and Apple’s activity rings.

Being a leader is about not about teaching your audience–it’s about influencing them with your point of view.

The Good Food Institute will sit alongside more traditional startups, as the famous accelerator tries to find ways to reduce our animal consumption.

To me, Socially Responsible Investing (SRI) may have a first cousin in the younger generation managers coming online today. These are people who care about ethical framework and community involvement...

Master’s degrees will no longer required for you to teach in Kentucky. The move was approved by the Education Professional Standards Board. Teachers who

Negotiation is often portrayed as a zero-sum game, but it doesn’t have to be that way.

The recent sales of the Augusta Inn in Augusta and Country Inn in Rockport signal strong interest in Maine's lodging market from both out-of-state and Maine-based buyers.

FiftyThree, one of the best app development studios in the world, has been acquired in WeTransfer’s attempt to become a global platform for creativity.

The evolution of EQ has roots in ancient Greece, but it only came to be well known in the workplace in the last 20 years.

Google appears to be scooping up information about people who use incognito mode in their browsers.

Ten Maine companies put the state at top of the 2018 Inc. 5000's 'job creators' list, based on the largest percentage increase in employees over the past three years.