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Google Is Rewarding Users for Sharing Coronavirus Symptoms

Do you have a fever of at least 100 degrees, a cough and a sore throat? Google is asking on behalf of Carnegie Mellon University.

Children's Day: These Edtech Start-Ups Are Making Education Simple and Fun For Kids

While the education system predominantly includes classroom education provided in schools, colleges and universities, of late online lectures and mock examinations are being increasingly adopted by students to stay ahead of their class

5 Must-read Books for Budding Entrepreneurs!

Reading is a great tool for self-growth. In fact, a study has found that most CEOs read four to five books a month, but this goal can be difficult for young entrepreneurs

Tracing the Impact of Women Bullies At Workplace

'Queen Bee' mischief manifests in ways that can have lasting impact on individual careers and entire organizations, says expert

Nidhi Singh

Wrong Phrases In Your Email Could Cost You Your Job

Email is the most commonly used method for communicating with colleagues, says a study

Nidhi Singh

Married or Single Parent: Who Faces More Workplace Bias?

Mothers and fathers experience different biases at work, with mothers being penalized and fathers benefitting from their parenthood status

Nidhi Singh

Turns Out, Those Who Like Being Alone Can Be More Creative

Why taking time for solitude benefits you and your brain.

Emily Conklin

You are Creative & Smarter, if You're Daydreaming at Work

Frequent daydreaming scores higher intellectual and creative level with the brain says researchers

Komal Nathani

What's on Deck For Your Professional Development?

Getting your career on an upward trajectory involves everything from maintaining credentials to bolstering your network. Create a plan and execute it.

Eddy Ricci

How Online Surveys in Market Research are Driving Change

Online surveys are replacing telephone or traditional pen & paper interviews as the dominant data collection tool

Jasal Shah

Digital Media May Be Hindering Your Ability to Think Abstractly, Study Says

Here's another justification for all those physical books you've recently acquired.