pandemic

Bill Gates Says Covid-19 Deaths Could Fall to Seasonal Flu Levels by Next Year

One of the reasons behind this optimistic prediction is the advent of new oral Covid treatments.

Chloe Arrojado

Want to Stay Innovative Post-Pandemic? Try Serendipitous Idea Generation.

The old best practices simply don't apply to a world in which everyone works virtually at least some of the time.

Gleb Tsipursky

Want to Know The Best Place to Find a New Employee?

They're right under your nose. If you pay attention.

Gene Marks

Food-Bank-Dependent Families Suffer from Supply Chain Disruptions

Inflation, shipping delays, supply-chain issues, pandemic lockdowns, and labor shortages have contributed to price increases and scarcities that have now started affecting food banks across the country.

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Turn Your Anxiety Into Something Useful

Here are 5 ways you can create positive outcomes from that unpleasant feeling.

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How Small Brands and Entrepreneurs Can Navigate the New Era of Digital Retail

The pandemic sped up innovation in retail. Entrepreneurs can seize this moment of opportunity.

Melanie Nuce

The Best Leadership Advice We Heard in 2021

Tips and quotes from our contributors that summarize what it's meant to have lead an organization or small business during a year like no other, and how to move that forward into 2022.

West Hollywood City Council Votes to Hike Minimum Wage to $17.64 an Hour Starting Next Year

The rate will first take effect Jan. 1 for hospitality workers and will "create a phased approach for minimum wage increases for large businesses and small businesses with adjustments every six months to create consistency in the minimum wage citywide by July 1, 2023," the city council said in a statement.

How to Optimize Your Agency for the Post-Covid Era

We may be seeing the tail end of this pandemic, but is your agency ready to turn a new leaf and scale?

Goldman Sachs Predicts Fed Will Raise Rates Faster Due to Persistent Inflation

Goldman Sachs is predicting that persistently high inflation will force the Fed to roll back stimulus more aggressively.

US Businesses Turn to Automation Amid Labor Shortage

The shift to software, machines, and contactless methods was already underway in certain segments pre-pandemic, and the health crisis simply spurred on the process.

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