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The Supreme Court ruled that people may sue data brokers over incorrect information published on the internet, provided that those filing the lawsuits demonstrate that they suffered, or are likely to suffer, real damage as a result of the misinformation.
Utah's Salt Lake City, Provo, and Ogden are becoming major hot spots for business. Here's why.
Too often we hear stories about big firms that are blind-sided by disruption. The truth is much different than the myth.
Working 20% more only gives a 20% productivity boost. But do this and you could get a 1,000% productivity boost.
Hillary Clinton describes how she'll make student debt less painful for everyone.
If millennials want to change the world, we need to participate in the political process.
From seeking a co-founder to listening to Mom, eleven women founders reflect on some of the advice they've received - and taken to heart.
Follow these two practices to simplify your leadership style, stop confusing employees, and increase your ability to positively influence followers.
Four years ago at Google I/O 2012, Google pulled off the most ambitious live product demonstration, perhaps in history. What happened next was not so glorious.
Everyone knows about diet, exercise, and sleep, but studies show there's something that matters even more.
Apparently, wealthy people are more socially isolated. Why, and is that important?
The e-commerce giant reportedly is already working on launching its second physical bookstore, in Southern California.
You get healthier, feel a surge of energy, and avoid the curse of the deskbound life.
Be prepared to hear a lot about new virtual reality and Android developments.
The first in a three-part series on the who, what and why of prescriptive technology
There is a long list of things that can be done to improve technology in cities in the next five to ten years, and some cities are already taking the first steps.
Push all the political rhetoric to the side and what remains is a major business issue for entrepreneurs.
Vulnerability is often viewed as weakness, but these leaders teach us otherwise.
In most workplaces, the appearance of busyness matters more than the art of getting work done efficiently.
Four entrepreneurs share their best suggestions for summer reading, from Stephen King's On Writing to Patrick Lencioni's The Five Dysfunctions of a Team.