It’s not 1955 anymore.
When looking at candidates, hiring managers should ask themselves: “will they be committed enough?”
Apple’s digital and online payment system, Apple Pay, kicked off yesterday in the US. Created to streamline and simplify transactions, the service works similarly to Google Wallet and allows the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus devices to pay for products in stores and online. But can it do more?
The world is not what we think it is.
Have you ever read an e-mail from a colleague and wondered how they graduated from high school? Or seen the Facebook posts and Twitter feeds of former classmates and wanted to punch your computer? Or literally thought someone literally used the word literally far too figuratively and literally wanted to send them to space?
Dear St. Louis: I look at you and see the birthplace of my father. Where my grandparents rest. Where my parents met and were eventually joined in union.
Fifty years ago this month, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 passed.
Religion in the United States is more than just a belief structure; it is part of the foundation of modern American culture. What happens when a family member, or someone’s spouse, rejects religion?
The silent advisor. The stern lecturer. The strong leader.
Black American progress and the culture of the youth are often at odds with each other, but what is seen by the majority as a problem might not actually be one.