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How to Stay Organized and Productive While Working from Different Locations

Now that remote work is all the rage, perhaps you're spending more time at home or the local coffee shop than ever before. Here's how to maintain a sense of continuity and productivity, even if you're moving a lot from place to place.

John Boitnott

Bam! Emeril Lagasse on Kicking Your Business Up A Notch

Interview with celebrity chef and restaurateur Emeril Lagasse about his new Roku TV series, putting relationships first, and creating media with a purpose.

In-House Production vs Outsourcing: How to Achieve the Best Content Marketing Results No Matter Who's In Control

In 2022, simply offering a helpful product won't make your business successful, especially in online services — that's why you need a content marketing plan.

Luka

US Airports See Busiest Sunday In Three Years

A total of 178 US airlines canceled flights Sunday — less than 1%.

Steve Huff

Elon Musk Is Ready to Fight Apple Over Carrying Twitter in App Store

The Tesla mogul claimed Apple dropped ad spending and said it was against "free speech."

Steve Huff

The Highest Court in France Says You Don't Have to Be 'Fun' At Work

A French man said he was fired for not wanting to take place in activities the company called "fun," including drinking and sharing a bed with employees, his team said in court documents.

'A Christmas Story' Bully Kicked Off Property of Real House From Movie

The yellow piece of cinematic history sits on 1.3 acres in Cleveland, Ohio.

Emily Rella

How to Get Comfortable With Change and Build It Into the Foundation of Your Business

Finding the right balance between steady restructuring and unorganized disruption is a scale all change leaders must know how to balance.

Top 5 Reasons Facial Biometrics Can Help Your Business

With today's advanced technology, facial biometrics is now the gateway for businesses to verify their customers' identities with a high degree of confidence while also providing an easy and streamlined user experience.

Clayton Roth