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Guess which company was just crowned the world’s biggest plastic polluter (Again)

November 9th, 2019 at 3:29 am » Comments Off

On one day in September, people from over 50 countries decided to do something about our plastic problem. Together, they picked up almost half a million pieces of plastic garbage littering the planet. Over 40 percent of this mountain of trash was still clearly identifiable by brand, and one producer’s trash in particular was picked […]

11 surprising and insightful statistics about startups

November 4th, 2019 at 2:02 pm » Comments Off

  The rate at which a startup grows has long been a big determinant of startup success. While growth matters, over 70% of startups fail because of premature scaling. This finding and 10 more listed below will help you make wiser decisions based on previous failures, successes and data-backed conclusions.

Can the data poor survive?

October 19th, 2019 at 12:45 pm » Comments Off

Will work for data We’ve been running a data science experiment over the past few months. Our first goal was to compare and contrast the amount of data we could actively gather using a link to an online survey (please click here to take it) vs. the amount of data we could passively gather using […]

People with this eye color make the most money

October 14th, 2019 at 2:36 pm » Comments Off

The human eye boasts a riveting evolutionary journey. Ninety-five percent of all living organisms possess the ability of sight, though not a single pair perceives the world the same. For the developed beasts, vision funds everything from poetry to judicious engagement. At one time, brown eyes were the human default, but a chain of mutations […]

The average worker spends 51 percent of each workday on these 3 unnecessary tasks

October 14th, 2019 at 2:31 pm » Comments Off

  Fortunately, there are several ways to minimize these tasks or eliminate them from your company. There are thousands of books on time management, and thousands more on work/life balance, but almost all of them either nibble around the edge of the problems or pretend they don’t exist. So, here’s the straight skinny: The reason […]

Is our current banking system doomed?