We don’t need anymore superstars, celebrities, or posturing. We do need more families we create of our making, unity; we do need more innovation and compassion.
Sun Cedar is staffed by the formerly incarcerated and the homeless.
In a move that seems both ethical and unusual, two men’s dating apps are warning some users not to hook-up.
Personal integrity and corporate integrity aren’t always the same thing. Too often, people are forced to choose between their personal values and their company’s values.
I wish I hadn’t taken that job for the money.
Greg Isenberg has cracked the networking code.
Uber charged people in Australia surge pricing as they were trying to get out of the area of the hostage crisis. David Shechtman looks at the possible reasons why, but wonders about the patterns he is seeing in the company.
Conflict doesn’t have to be painful. In fact, it can open you to new possibilities for greater happiness and fulfillment.
NOBRE fights social evils with fashion that polishes the qualitative features of a man!
Understanding that the law treats corporations as people puts Brendan Eich’s ouster from Mozilla in perspective: It’s not personal—it’s just business.
Kile Ozier, a writer who works in entertainment wonders: Do we have an obligation to be honest when things fall short?
A Modern Day ‘Harvest of Shame’
Ken Goldstein loves the geeks and nerds at RadioShack. And he would hate to see the brand join the other tombstones in the Dead Brand Graveyard.
Polly Chester is frustrated with the phony altruism orchestrated by trans and multi-national corporations.
1. Leave people better than you found them. That’s it.
Whatever you do in business and in life, keep your moral compass on track. Gurbaksh Chahal discusses the principles he’s embraced for success.