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The Death of the Suit and Tie
How workplace attire went from classy to shabby and back again.
What it’s like to pursue a dream for 30 years — and fail
For every successful, hot-selling invention, there are a million others that don’t make it. But what does ‘failure’ really mean?
When targets and metrics are bad for business
How the never-ending quest to quantify worker productivity can go terribly, terribly wrong.
A Q+A with Susan Bennett, the original voice of Siri
What is it like to suddenly, and unknowingly, have your voice in the hands of millions of people around the world?
Are gym memberships worth the money?
More than half of all gym members never actually go to the gym — yet year after year, they continue to pay for a service they don’t use. Why?
My Salary for the First 2 Years of My Startup
If you want to start a business, do it. But know this: your early salary will most likely be low. Here's how much I made...
The competitive business of recruiting pro Santas
The professional Santa business can be cutthroat and demanding — and sometimes, it takes an agent to guide the sleigh.
Banknotes: Magic City Hippies on building a brand
For our series 'Banknotes,' we sat down with some bands at Austin City Limits to talk about how they balance making a living while making music.
Do what you want to
When Dr. John Kitchin's vision started to fail him in middle-age, he left his successful neurology practice to pursue the only thing that made him truly happy: rollerblading.
The organization building a 10,000-year clock funded by Jeff Bezos
The Long Now Foundation is on a mission to change the way we think about time — in part, by building a giant clock inside of a mountain. We sat down with the organization’s exec director to learn a bit more.
The hottest advertising trend of 2018? Billboards.
As other traditional advertising mediums flounder in the digital age, billboards have managed to thrive by adapting to the times.
How to Build Growth Into Your Company: 3 Methods we used at Atrium
In our first year of operations, Atrium completed over $500 million in primary financings. To support them, we scaled our team from 4 to 80 employees. Here's how we did it.