Sarah Fister Gale is freelance business writer based in Chicago.
Companies are using workforce analytics to find better candidates, cut costs and stamp out inefficiencies.
Debating the readiness
of the Olympics host city
has become as much a part
of the games’ tradition as
the lighting of the flame
or the parade of nations....
By Sarah Fister Gale
Every drop of water on the pla...
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The job-search tools are not just for job posts anymore.
Chicago mom struggles with society's conflicting me...
Hot spots is an EIU research programme, which ranks the competitiveness of 120 of the world’s major cities.
IBM is launching a new line of services and research, called Strategic Water Information Management solutions, as part of the firm's Smarter Planet initiative and the company's growing efforts to work with utilities, government agencies and businesses in managing water consumption.
How Parent Portal turned me into a crazy helicopter mom.
Drought conditions and likely water restrictions and regulations promise to impact businesses throughout the country. But some companies, such as Frito Lay, Avon and General Electric, have already begun directing their efforts toward conserving water before the price inevitably grows to reflect its true cost.