A San Francisco company providing security to websites is under pressure for the vitriol running through its network.
The growth of the alt-right and other forms of nationalism have reinvigorated neo-Nazi and white supremacist movements in the U.S.
This introverted tech CEO learned the art of product evangelism earlier than most.
I was brought up in a highly religious family in Sweden, where evangelizing was encouraged from a very young age. I was just seven years old when I first had...
The company has a calling plan just for calling your representative, and will let you vote on which progressive causes should get the company’s monthly donations.
Four months into the Trump Administration, political activists with their congre...
What used to work for your parents might not work for you.
Between parents, friends, colleagues, and common “wisdom,” there’s no shortage of sources you can get advice from when you’re applying to jobs.
This week’s top stories explore the hidden benefits of note-taking, how to beat applicant tracking systems, and CEOs’ top to-do list tips.
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If you don’t have their attention in the first 10 lines, you probably never will.
If you want to land job interviews, your entire resume needs to be great, but only one part of it has to be really great.
Emmy Award winner John Levenstein says a meme might be the best way to kill a good joke.
Lately, Twitter has come to resemble the final scene of Spartacus; with untold legions of opinion-havers claiming to be the same person.
Netflix gets an official White House photographer for Frank Underwood, Whiskas tells a touching story, and Syoss knows who steals your hair.
You just need to turn on the TV or clickety-clack the internet for five minutes to know that doing anything e...