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The 2 Men Wrongfully Arrested at Starbucks Negotiate for a $200,000 Program to Support Young Entrepreneurs

Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson worked with the city of Philadelphia on a grant for public high school students interested in entrepreneurship.

Hayden Field

5 Ways to Overcome the 'Beauty Bias' That Can Hold Your Career Back

How to give yourself every advantage when something like your weight can impact your earnings by nearly $400,000.

Nina Zipkin

Every Hire Has Been a Good One Since This CEO Started Hiring for Values

Hire people who thrive in collaborative environments and culture will take care of itself.

Amit Sharma

Why Are Some Bots Racist? Look at the Humans Who Taught Them.

Here are a few things we can do about human biases in machine learning.

Jordi Torras

What Business Leaders Are Getting Wrong About Bias Training

There's little evidence that bias awareness training accomplishes its goals.

Cognitive Biases: A Crash Course for the Millennial Mind

If you think you're in full control of your mind, think again. Here are just a few mental quirks that can hold you back.

Sam McRoberts

Artificial Intelligence May Reflect the Unfair World We Live in

Our dilemma: Do we "adjust" the neural networks we're creating to make them more fair in an unfair world, or address bias and prejudice in real life?

Want Success? Help More, Judge Less.

We are often quick to judge others, without thinking about the biases that affect these judgments.

David Meltzer

People Judge Your Face and It Could Affect Your Professional Prospects

They say your eyes are the window to your soul, but they also could be the window to your bank account.

Nina Zipkin

Only You Can Overcome the Invisible Barrier Keeping You From the Best Available Talent

Unconscious bias is a learned mindset. Leaders who truly want the best teams will look beyond their own experiences to attract and retain a diverse workforce.

Mike Ettling

What You Know That Just Ain't So Is Killing Your Company

Recognizing our biases makes room for building a creative culture. The alternative is stagnation.

Beth Miller