With the New Year approaching and everyone getting ready for fanciful black-tie parties we looked back at the hottest, eye-popping, jaw-dropping most instagram-worthy parties and events in 2015 that did not require a tie.
Feruzan had seen on the Turkish news that a leading American politician was talking about banning all Muslims from America. She, like most Turks who heard the news, was stunned that America, could produce such a politician.
The statement made by Ahmad Ashkar, founder and CEO of the Hult Prize Foundation, that "charity alone is not enough," is no longer as controversial as it was in 2009. Today, this idea has become mainstream, as organizations increasingly deploy capital to the world's poorest through sustainable businesses, instead of traditional altruistic charity.
A lot of people say that in order to start a company, you must be knowledgeable in the space that you're trying to enter. While this is true for most entrepreneurs, sometimes, what is more important is the problem you're trying to solve.
As you walk through the New England Holocaust Memorial in Boston, steam rises up through the metal floor grates and fills each of the six glass towers...
The issue of presenteeism isn't just about an individual employee being ill and needing time off to recover, it is about protecting the health of other employees, customers and the business.
Opposition to Palestine Advocacy Projects advertising reflects a common misunderstanding that criticism of Israel is driven by ideology and even anti-Semitism rather than legitimate concerns about the Israeli government's policies.
While Netflix continues to tweak the formula on how films get seen, Hollywood made a solid case for the importance of filmmaking designed for the theater. This is all preamble, of course, to my end-of-year ballot.
With its own hashtag, #8Nights8Windows runs from December 6 through December 14, and includes Hanukkah inspired art installations presented in storefronts, from cafes to banks to museums and community organizations.
While there was plenty of educational purpose to our trip, weren't we also supposed to have fun? Bond, eat junk food and hide under the covers? Wouldn't it be okay to bend the rules a little bit and turn a blind eye if the kids stuffed harmless contraband in my bag?
Credit: Boston Public Library / Flickr By Adam Karlin In 15 years, the city of Boston celebrates her 400th birthday. By American standards, she's a...
Credit: Wikimedia Commons By Stephanie Almazan It's unfair to categorize children as either naughty or nice, without any shades of gray in between....
Must we trade bundles of assets in mega-billion dollar packages before we can streamline them? We'll have to wait to see how the strategies behind this deal play out -- but smart remixing of a bundle of resources is often better than selling them in bulk to the deepest pocket.
The chaotic confusion around the misidentification of Sunil Tripathi as a potential suspect led to what's now become a phenomenon that the power of social media has among journalists.
We met near the MIT campus during a hot summer day in Boston, when the sun turns on the heat to compensate for all of the winter lows. Nikhil ordered his iced coffee, and I started with a broad question about how to define start-up strategy.
I would say in not passing the Criminal Justice Commission Act before other reform bills like the Sentence Reform and Corrections Act, we put the cart before the horse but, since we are releasing thousands of people from federal prisons right now, the horse isn't around anymore.