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Radio Recap: From Broadway to Wall Street

Becoming an entrepreneur isn’t usually a first job for most. Compared to more traditional careers, entrepreneurship is risky, demanding, and requires plenty of capital, so working a steady job before starting your own company can often give you the skills, experiences, and money necessary for success. Some jobs better prepare you than others—take sales, where you can learn strong communication [Read More]

The Etiquette of Tipping in the Rideshare Economy

Ride-sharing wunderkind, Uber, is perhaps third-best known (after its legal battles and of course the illuminating, Travis Kalanick) for its policy about tipping:  Hail an Uber, get to location, all without any physical transaction between driver and rider. No need to [Read More]

Radio Recap: At-Home Healthcare

While a formal, in-office diagnosis from a medical practitioner was once the first step on the road to recovery, more and more healthcare-related businesses have eased the stress of making a doctors appointment. With online patient/doctor interactive companies like HealthTap [Read More]

Wearing Flats Does Not Hinder Your Ability to Do Your Job

On May 13th, 2016, Nicola Thorp, a receptionist in a corporate finance company, was sent home from work after refusing to wear high heels. Yep, you heard right SENT HOME. IN 2016. Employed as a temp at PwC, Nicola was [Read More]

Are You Addicted to Being Busy?

  How many times have you had this conversation? Them: How’s it going? You: I’m super busy! Them:  You need a vacation. You: I haven't taken a vacation day for a year. Oh wait, that's not true. I had the flu last month. Nowadays people wear their [Read More]

International Drone Day May 7th!

Tomorrow is the Second Annual International Drone Day! So much has changed since the first International Drone Day. Last year, the message was “Drones Are Good.” The first International Drone Day came at a time when people were concerned about privacy, safety, spying, crashing and [Read More]

Radio Recap: Mothers in the Workplace

Mother’s Day is only 4 days away so today 'Dot Complicated with Randi Zuckerberg' celebrated by discussing how to parlay the soft, natural leadership skills of motherhood into the hard skills of the business world with Erica Keswin—Founding Principal of Organization Performance Relationships (O.P.R.), [Read More]

Reflections on 2016’s Take Your Sons and Daughters to Work Day

Earlier this year, former White Sox ringer, Adam LaRoche, retired from baseball—and a $13 million-dollar-a-year salary—after being told his 14-year-old son could no longer be in the locker room with him. This expensive decision brought up, [Read More]

Radio Recap: Thinking Differently

To be a successful entrepreneur one must first create a new mindset—one with a set of values and perspectives that will carry through their business as they aim for greatness. It’s this different thinking that [Read More]

Change In Our Pocket: Harriet Tubman on the $20

Score one for the fore-mothers of America as earlier this week the US Treasury Department announced Harriet Tubman will now replace President Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill. Discussion of this change has been in the works for awhile, [Read More]

Radio Recap: ‘YouTuber of the Year’ Casey Neistat

YouTube phenom, Casey Neistat, truly has a rags-to-riches story to tell—one that he showcases almost daily in his widely popular vlogs, which have already garnered almost 3 million subscribers on YouTube and over 600 million [Read More]