The Healthiest Healthcare REITs

The U.S. Census Bureau categorizes Baby Boomers as individuals born between 1946 and 1964, and the effects of having to care for such a large group will be felt in many areas. By 2029, when the last round of Boomers reaches retirement age, the number of Americans 65 or older will climb to more than […]

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The Secret About Resumes No Recruiter Will Tell You

For decades, job seekers have been told the importance of having a great resume. Rules and guidelines abound. Your resume should be no longer than one page, attractively formatted, include the right keywords, and display a sense of your individual personality. If that’s not enough guidance, there are thousands of books to help you write […]

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Despite Not Winning a Championship in a Decade, Tiger Woods Shows Exactly How to Adopt a Winner's Mindset

Top performers such as LeBron James, Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, and Tiger Woods have a way of captivating our attention no matter what they’re doing. This concept was on full display recently as Tiger Woods was close to winning another major at the PGA Championship. Normally winning championships and Tiger Woods are synonymous with each […]

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From blue lipstick to Facebook Live, home shopping networks refine their pitch

WEST CHESTER, Pa. (Reuters) – The Home Shopping Network is getting an image makeover. A studio set is seen at the QVC Studio Park in West Chester, Pennsylvania, U.S., June 4, 2018. Picture taken June 4, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid. A U.S. television network where shoppers can buy everything from electronics to kitchen gadgets, the Home […]

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Unilever to use JD.com to move products across China

BERLIN (Reuters) – Chinese ecommerce firm JD.com has agreed a deal with Unilever to move products like Lipton’s tea and Lux soap between warehouses across China as the consumer goods firm looks to expand sales in more remote parts of the country. FILE PHOTO – An employee works at a JD.com logistics centre in Langfang, […]

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Tesla's slow disclosure raises governance, social media concerns

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Tesla Inc’s (TSLA.O) handling of Chief Executive Elon Musk’s proposal to take the carmaker private and its failure to promptly file a formal disclosure has raised governance concerns and sparked questions about how companies use social media. FILE PHOTO: Tesla CEO Elon Musk at a press conference at the Kennedy Space Center […]

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Vietnam's Vinfast in deal with Siemens for technology to make electric buses

HANOI (Reuters) – VinFast Trading and Production LLC has signed two contracts with Siemens Vietnam, a unit of Siemens AG, for the supply of technology and components to manufacture electric buses in the Southeast Asian country. The headquarters of Siemens AG is seen before the company’s annual news conference in Munich, Germany, November 9, 2017. […]

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This Viral Southwest Airlines Flight Attendant's Safety Brief is Hilarious. But There's 1 Big Problem

You’ll crack a smile at least when you watch the Southwest Airlines flight attendant’s safety brief that I’ve embedded below. It’s pretty funny, although she does talk quite fast. But it’s time to ask a serious question: Would you remember any of what she said in an actual emergency?  That’s the big debate right now, […]

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Cyber Saturday—The War on InfoWars

Good evening, Cyber Saturday readers. A number of tech companies excised the rantings and ravings of Alex Jones, a pundit known for promulgating deranged conspiracy theories, from their digital repositories this past week. On his website, InfoWars, Jones has been known to push baseless, detestable claims; for example, that the Sandy Hook massacre was a […]

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From Campus to Corporate: Do Business-School Teachings Really Affect Boardroom Decisions?

That’s a question each person must wrestle with given their own opportunities and interests, but now there’s a new study reporting that what is learned in MBA programs really affects corporate decisions and directions. A report published Aug. 8 in the Harvard Business Review explores the question of whether or not business-school education really lasts after students have […]

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