The left-right split no longer holds in today’s politics. It’s more a matter of being for or against globalization.

Armed with algorithms, retailers are making it harder for online shoppers to search for the cheapest deal.

Smartphones and apps are designed to get you hooked, says a former Google product manager.

Not only is LOVE a portable analog record player with a traditional stylus, it’s also loaded with digital features.

The future has arrived at Epicenter, a Swedish startup hub where workers can get microchip implants on their hands.

Large increases in margin debt and subprime auto loans are signs that financial markets could be overheating.

Sylvester Stallone has sued Warner Brothers for allegedly covering up profits from a 1993 film, while an Ontario “healer” has been charged with witchcraft, extortion and fraud.

In their new book, Barbara Annis and Richard Nesbitt explore a bottom-line, dollars-and-cents description of the results earned for corporations with greater gender diversity at leadership levels.

Okey Chigbo, Editor-in-chief of CPA Magazine, introduces the features in the June/July 2017 issue.

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