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We can learn a thing or two about their curiosity and approach toward solving unfamiliar problems.


Play is famously known as “a child’s work.” Play is the best tool children have to learn about the world and connect with the people around them—it’s the most productive way they can spend their time. And anyone who’s seen a four-year-old commit to the role of artist, engineer, or puppy-fairy-dragon knows just how much a preschooler can produce.

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More and more companies are investing time and money in training their workers.


According to a recent study from the Wharton School of Business, companies today fill less than one-third of open positions with internal candidates. That wasn’t always the case. During the postwar era, companies filled 90% of jobs with existing employees.

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The #BlueforSudan campaign is taking over social media.


Sudan’s military may be trying to prevent word of its massacre of civilian protesters from getting out, but despite an internet shutdown, the word is spreading. To help draw attention to the cause, people on social media are turning their profile avatars blue and posting blue-themed artwork with the hashtag #BlueforSudan.

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Enterprise businesses use an average of 91 solutions, which can decrease overall efficiency of a tech stack. And right now in martech, many businesses are looking to integrate their technologies.



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As workers at the Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga decide whether to join a union, they could be determining whether organized labor begins to regain power in the U.S. employment landscape.


The United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW) has been trying to organize employees at internationally owned auto plants in the American South for decades. Automobile manufacturing, historically centered in Detroit, was also historically heavily unionized. But when foreign car makers, like Volkswagen and Toyota, began to expand their manufacturing opera

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tions to the U.S., they opened their plants away from Detroit, in the south. Many states in the South have “right to work” laws that make union organizing and operating a union more difficult.

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The family-owned Texas burger chain has sold a majority interest to Chicago-based BDT Capital Partners.


Whataburger is no longer a family-owned business.

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40% of executives agree that personalization drives business results, yet 46% aren't where they'd like to be on implementation, finds new research from Forbes. What are the challenges and what sets the leaders apart?



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What many commentators describe as an addiction is actually a powerful social norm at work. The distinction matters.



 



One afternoon last April at a coffee shop deep in suburban Philadelphia, I overheard a curious conversation between what looked to be a teenager and her grandfather. They were discussing the impacts of social media, and the girl bemoaned how depressed it made her feel. As an iPhone ironically buzzed in her palm, she explained that she couldn’t get off social media “because all of my friends are there.”



 



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From puzzling to scary to harmlessly goofy, here are the 7 most bizarre moments from Trump’s 50-minute Fox & Friends call.


Donald Trump began his birthday the same way any terrifyingly powerful septuagenerian would: by calling in to appear on his favorite TV show.

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Two days, two titles. On Wednesday the Blues won the Stanley Cup, last night the Raptors won the NBA title, and Fanatics mobile-first, on-demand manufacturing model is being put to the test.


Last night, the Toronto Raptors won the 2019 NBA title by beating the Golden State Warriors in Oakland. And even as Kawhi Leonard was taking those last foul shots in the final seconds, Raptors fans were already buying their championship gear by the bucket load.

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Blockchain market size is anticipated to increase to $23.3 billion by the year 2023 at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 80.2 percent. A blockchain certification could open new doors in your career.



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First of all: Everyone’s fine. Here’s why the glass chamber has experienced multiple cracks.


The Willis Tower is the second tallest building in the United States, and its Skydeck observatory, on the 103rd floor, lets visitors step out over the city while supported only by a few layers of glass. It’s designed to be a safe, if terrifying, tourist experience—but after cracking once in 2014, the protective glass flooring on the observatory deck cracked again this week.

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Before there was ‘Pose,’ there was the seminal documentary ‘Paris is Burning.’ Upon its theatrical re-release, we caught up with director Jennie Livingston about why it’s as relevant as ever almost 30 years later.


When Paris is Burning premiered at Sundance in 1990, the film was hailed as “poignant and profound” and a “passionately empathetic piece of documentary filmmaking.”

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The original design is in the MoMA. This new one looks like a budget carrier from the 1980s.


Donald Trump has unveiled a new design for Air Force One in a segment filmed with ABC News. He first teased the concept last July, insisting that it would be rendered in red, white, and blue, and look “more American” than the design in use today. Indeed, the images Trump shared with ABC News show a flat red, white, and blue paint job, with the American flag on the tail. Part of a $3.9 billion plan to revamp the presidential plane, the new look may arrive in 2024, pending ap

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proval from the House Armed Services Committee. One reporter described Trump’s vision as “patriotic.” Except one problem. It’s exactly the opposite.

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Speed through your inbox with keyboard shortcuts, spam fighters, and more.


Chances are, you spend more time with Gmail than you do with your friends and loved ones. And sometimes it feels like every message you send out brings three more messages in. There’s got to be a better way!

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Foldable screens are no longer a flight of fancy, with Samsung and Huawei both launching foldable phones this year. Add to that the impending arrival of 5G, bringing better capabilities to power these even smarter phones, and the potential for […]
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What moral rights would non-human persons have? Would it be morally permissible to try to thwart their emergence? Or would we have a duty to promote and foster their existence?


Imagine a world where humans co-existed with beings who, like us, had minds, thoughts, feelings, self-conscious awareness, and the capacity to perform purposeful actions—but, unlike us, these beings had artificial mechanical bodies that could be switched on and off.

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As a long-time fan, I was delighted to see that bakery firm Greggs had recently hit £1bn in revenue. As a brand with ballsy comms, solid stunts and tasty baked goods, the recognition is well-earned. Now, over the course of […]
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McDonald’s is moving into greater personalised customer experiences and automation with the acquisition of Tel Aviv-based Dynamic Yield. The company, which offers a platform analysing data around recommendations, personalisation and targeting and behavioural messaging among others, said it was ‘thrilled’ […]
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People had high hopes for the internet, but the dream of interconnected and democratised communication has been shaken-up. Openness online is intertwined with cyber abuse and data privacy woes, and people have become wary of the threats brought by vast […]
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Blockchain, like artificial intelligence and augmented or virtual reality, is a buzzword which currently produces more utopian dreams than use cases right now. A new report from advertising media behemoth GroupM aims to get past the fudging and explore the […]
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It is widely accepted that superior customer experience (CX) drives revenue growth. Ever since Frederick Reichheld introduced the Net Promoter Score (NPS) in the 2003 Harvard Business Review, marketers’ focus has been seeing how customer experience can be captured. Often […]
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Forget your complicated and expensive wellness regime and just… go outside.


If you’re feeling stressed and want to take advantage of the health benefits of spending time in nature—which studies say can reduce depression and anxiety, lower blood pressure, cut the risk of other diseases, and boost creativity and cognitive abilities—you might want to aim for two hours outside a week.

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As more and more users prefer to share content through private messaging apps, the question for marketers is – how can you get the most out of ‘dark social’? A new study from We Are Social, alongside market research firm […]
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Companies struggle to know their customers. This is the harsh reality for all marketers. Achieving a full view of their customers’ data is almost impossible especially when analysed in isolation. So how can brand-side marketers collaborate with retailers to bring […]
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Numerous high-profile data breaches have made customers question their trust in brands in recent months and years. Although the costs associated with regulatory fines and lawsuits following a data breach can be severe, perhaps no effect is quite as long-lasting […]
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Google has been fined €1.49 billion (£1.28bn) by the European Commission for breaching antitrust rules for its online advertising services. The Commission concluded that the search giant had abused its market dominance – exceeding 85% for most of the analysed […]
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Private equity is helping Axel Springer go private; Business Insider is merging with eMarketer. The myth of a scaling media company may be crumbling.



 



Business Insider is a large media operation and filled with many smart and talented business reporters, and so I imagine a recent headline sent shivers down some of their spines. CNN reported that Axel Springer, BI‘s parent company, is trying to go private, with private-equity firm KKR offering to purchase minority stakeholder shares.



 



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By 2022, online videos will make up more than 82% of all consumer internet traffic which is 15 times higher than 2017. More stats and insights included.



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President Trump tweeted that the “wonderful” Sanders will be leaving the White House at the end of June.


Nothing gold can stay.

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The hip-hop entertainment company is launching its new brand MAJR, aimed at elevating your kids’ toy and apparel game, as well as spreading hip-hop culture.


When Mass Appeal CEO Peter Bittenbender and his wife had their first daughter, the toy aisle suddenly came into clearer (and bleaker) focus.

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The Grenfell Tower fire took place two years ago this week. It’s the most recent in a long line of fires and other tragedies that have changed London and other cities.


It’s been two years since a disastrous fire broke out at Grenfell Tower, a residential block of flats in North Kensington, London, on June 14, 2017. The fire is believed to have started on the fourth floor, “in and around” a fridge freezer. It escaped through a kitchen window, traveled rapidly upwards through the cladding—which had been fitted during recent regeneration efforts&

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#x2014;and ultimately claimed the lives of 72 people.

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