When you hold yourself financially accountable, you’re likely to gain more than just some extra money.
The East India Company issued stocks to minimize the risk on their unpredictable but highly lucrative voyages. The rest is history.
Kublai Khan wasn’t the first ruler in history to issue paper money, but his Yuan dynasty did take unprecedented action to ensure this revolutionary form of currency retained its value.
The Greeks were among the first to move beyond “primitive money” and establish an official currency, transforming their trade, government, and even philosophy.
Why should it be considered impolite to discuss something so important to our long-term well-being?
Real-time online learning is where our dated education system is heading.
If the problem were Trump it wouldn't be happening in other places around the world, says political scientist Ian Bremmer.
The Great British Diversity Experiment found concrete steps that can increase diversity in companies.
Creativity is of vital importance in the modern world. Does diversity help promote it?
AI may help organizations overcome unconscious biases in hiring and increase diversity.
Though often used interchangeably, diversity and inclusion are two very different things. Most importantly, diversity without inclusion is mostly meaningless.
Should businesses foster diversity just because of the political climate, or are there other inherent advantages in having diversity of people and thought?
The global population is becoming more diverse. As a result, if companies in developed economies don't diversify their hiring, they may lose out on crucial talent. Cryptocurrencies are here to help.
Being too optimistic can have real drawbacks, according to a new study that looks at expectations of life that are not grounded in reality.
A recent study looks at whether collective apologies on behalf of countries may inspire hope that can lead to reconciliation.
Optimism may be quantifiably keeping marriages together, especially after the so-called honeymoon period ends.
T.C. Boyle will read his short story "Are We Not Men?" at the Los Angeles Hope Festival on Sunday, May 21. The event is free but seats are limited. RSVP here.
The Los Angeles Hope Festival is the celebration and examination of hope and optimism, two paradigmatic mental attitudes that play a vital and influential role in our daily lives.
The belief that things will be better in the future is called optimism bias. Being overly optimistic can lead you to miss an important health check up or make bad financial decisions.
A growing body of scientific investigation now supports the conclusion that being hopeful has a distinctly positive effect on academic performance.
One billion people have little or no access to electricity; even more have limited access, or have service which is unreliable. Hertz Foundation Fellow Dr. Max Mankin has a plan to solve this.