Coronavirus has changed almost everything about the way we live – from schools, to work, to how we spend our free time. NYU Marketing Professor Scott Galloway joins Stephanie Ruhle to discuss how life even after the pandemic will be different.
Our homes, transport and city-centre spaces would change if we worked from home for good.
My colleagues and I published a couple of different views on the future of “work from home” and remote work last Friday — a story that, if analytics is any sign, really struck a nerve with many of you. That shouldn’t be surprising particularly in the tech industry, where knowledge work fundamentally means we spend [
There’s a 50/50 chance Florida’s weather will cooperate with the historic crewed launch NASA and SpaceX are aiming for on Wednesday, according to the latest forecast from the Air Force.
“Kashtakari Panchayat” (KPT) has been working to support waste pickers and their families in Pune, India since 2010. “Kashtakari Panchayat” is a Hindi word which means “justice council of labourers” - true to its name, the organization sought to and continues to follow the route of demanding rights
Here's what you can expect your leadership role to evolve in the new normal.
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Floyd’s savage killing at the hands of those Minneapolis police officers already felt relatable because I, too, am a Black man, so I, too, have to worry if I am the right Black man on the wrong day
Some employers, including utility National Grid, are sequestering workers on their premises to keep critical operations running and limit the risk of infection from the new coronavirus.
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