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Monocle’s offices in central London have a strict ‘no mess’ code

Lucy Kellaway v Tyler Brûlé on design’s role in the workplace

Martin Sorrell in FT Management

The networker: Martin Sorrell of WPP

Nestlé Targets High-End Coffee by Taking Majority Stake in Blue Bottle - The New York Times

Nestlé Targets High-End Coffee by Taking Majority Stake in Blue Bottle

Nestlé Targets High-End Coffee by Taking Majority Stake in Blue Bottle - The New York Times

Victoria's Other Secret: The Low-Key Billionaire Behind The Lingerie Giant

Victoria's Other Secret: The Low-Key Billionaire Behind The Lingerie Giant

The man who has a hammerlock on the bra, panties and undergarment industry is an insecure Midwesterner who shuns the spotlight. In a rare interview, he explains the retail formula that paved the way for Steve Jobs.

Mark Nilsson, the Starving Artist Outside MoMA’s Doors

Mark Nilsson, the Starving Artist Outside MoMA’s Doors

Unconscious Bias @ Work: Unconscious biases are created and reinforced by our environments and experiences. Our mind is constantly processing information, oftentimes without our conscious awareness. When we are moving fast or lack all the data, our unconscious biases fill in the gaps, influencing everything from product decisions to our interactions with coworkers.

Unconscious biases are created and reinforced by our environments and experiences. Our mind is constantly processing information, oftentimes without our conscious awareness. When we are moving fast…

In a quest to make sense of the political environment in the United States in 2017, lawyer and ACLU executive director Anthony D. Romero turned to a surprising place -- a 14th-century fresco by Italian Renaissance master Ambrogio Lorenzetti. What could a 700-year-old painting possibly teach us about life today? Turns out, a lot. Romero explains all in a talk that's as striking as the painting itself.

In a quest to make sense of the political environment in the United States in lawyer and ACLU executive director Anthony D. Romero turned to a surprisi.

Uniqlo’s CEO on His Long, ‘Crazy’ Fight for the Future of Retail

Uniqlo's CEO on His Long, 'Crazy' Fight for the Future of Retail

Uniqlo CEO Tadashi Yani explains the parallels between his company and the "crazy" tech giants of Silicon Valley.

Experts once predicted that Americans would face an excess of leisure time.

You Really Don’t Need To Work So Much

The irony of the American economy is that the people at the top are often as unhappy and overworked as those at the bottom.

Efter hundratals världshits och åratal av tystnad lyfter producenten Max Martin på locket i den uppmärksammade dokumentärserien Arvet efter Cheiron ...

Efter hundratals världshits och åratal av tystnad lyfter producenten Max Martin på locket i den uppmärksammade dokumentärserien Arvet efter Cheiron ...

An Englishman, even if he is alone, forms an orderly queue of one.”

Danish Researchers: There's a Better Way to Line Up Than 'First Come, First Served'

funny photo via Reuters, from the article "Danish Researchers: There's a Better Way to Line Up Than 'First Come, First Served' " - The Atlantic

Kyrkans ritualer lockar ateister

Kyrkans ritualer lockar ateister

Jordan P. Peterson: Self-Help Guru & Father Figure | National Review

Jordan Peterson - Sort Yourself Out And Make It Manifest In The World

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