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The Birth of the Agile Workforce

Over the last few decades, we have seen a dramatic shift in the way companies are built. Modern day corporations look drastically different from their predecessors. Obviously, all organizations evolve with time, but these new age enterprises seem to defy what was considered conventional wisdom at one point in time. Current State of Operation With […]

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The Unsung Heroes of the Tech World

  In a span of less than two decades, computers have gone from present in extremely few offices with extremely rare business use-case and mass-adoption, to a critical component of every day business function. Seemingly as quickly as computers and the internet were mocked for being way and far too forward-thinking, computers and the internet […]

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Selling without selling

Brands ditch traditional advertising strategies to seek millennial customers online Change is always hard because people are reluctant to move out of their comfort zones. But in the greater scheme of things, change is inevitable. Former US President Barack Obama said, “When times change, so must we.” Marketing is an area which has changed beyond […]

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Is Energy Cost Impacting Health Care?

Every year Americans pay anywhere between $300 billion to $880 billion on health care costs associated with coal production. As James Conca of Forbes put it, we pay $200 billion for coal production each year and then another $300billion to $800 billion on healthcare costs; “This does not make economic sense.” Fortunately, coal production in […]

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The Pearly Comeback

Though pearls have been around for centuries, documented in paintings and stories all over the world, they seem to go in and out of fashion with each passing decade. However, as your grandmother has probably told you, pearls are classic – and she isn’t wrong about that. Famous female icons such as America’s first lady […]