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The 3 Reasons Why Universities Struggle To Get Student Mentees

Garrett Mintz | Posted 08.15.2016 | Education
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Garrett Mintz

The Gallup Purdue Great Jobs, Great Lives report has shed light that mentorship is clearly vital and necessary to the development of college students....

How We Built HuffPost Into A Global Media Company

Nicholas Sabloff | Posted 06.01.2016 | Media
Nicholas Sabloff

Five years ago, we embarked on a journey that has brought us to 14 new markets across six continents. During this time, we went from being a U.S. brand, to a budding international brand, to a truly global brand. How did we get here?

5 Lessons From The HuffPost Mobile Web Redesign

Jordan Jayson | Posted 05.06.2016 | Technology
Jordan Jayson

This week, in conjunction with our 10th Anniversary, HuffPost has unveiled phase one of our first-ever site-wide redesign: a new mobile web site.

#AOLBUILD Speaker Series Hosts Top Brand Builder, PepsiCo's Brad Jakeman

AOL BUILD | Posted 08.06.2014 | Business
AOL BUILD

"Remaining cohesive among all brands starts by asking, What's the core brand idea you want to communicate?" PepsiCo's Brad Jakeman told AOLers gathered in the New York office last Friday afternoon.

Video: New York Times Integration with International Herald Tribune Attracts Big Global Online Audience

Andy Plesser | Posted 06.06.2013 | Media
Andy Plesser

PARIS -- Last year, the Web sites of The New York Times and the Times-owned International Herald Tribune were combined to become the Global Edition of...

I Wouldn't Underestimate President Barack Obama

Steven Cohen | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Steven Cohen

The Times' Frank Rich called the upcoming vote on health care an up-or-down vote on the Obama presidency. I doubt it. Here's my take: running the United States is a really hard job and it takes a while to learn how to do it.

We Want Obama Say Murrow Foreign Journalists at Syracuse University

Nancy Snow | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Nancy Snow

The vast majority of Arabs are moderate and do not support violent extremism. This is not a silent majority, but a silenced majority.