We made predictions for who we predict will take each of the conference tournaments. Will your team automatically advance to the tournament or will it have to wait till Selection Sunday to find out?
I am a graduate of Duke Divinity School, located in the heart of the campus of Duke University. Once a year, if I am very fortunate, I find myself in...
It's March and the madness is finally upon us, and I'm not talking about college basketball. The long-anticipated Super Tuesday Presidential primary results are in and have essentially finalized the list of the top four contenders left in the race.
Nobody can predict who will win, but those smart enough to stay on top of things before the first jump ball is thrown up in the air on March 15th just may give Warren Buffett a run for his money.
Do you feel the tug and pull of March Madness? It's upon us! Get your shamrock. Wear green on the 17th. Put on your school colors. Root like a crazy person for your favorite team, don't forget to embarrass yourself eating popcorn on the 10th and be sure to suck down some clams on the 31st.
When I was at the point of giving up on my latest book, Brand New Man: My Weight Loss Journey, I called Nocera for advice. Fifteen minutes of his insights got me on the right path and the book will be released next week.
Many people make a career predicting what will happen in sports. Sage users have predicted bold upsets, Super Bowl winners, MVPs and more for 2016. Agree or disagree, we're in for another great year in sports!
Let's face it. The Republicans will have quite a time trying to sift through their thicket of candidates. So many angles and issues and characters to consider. Do I like the clean-cut union-busting Wisconsin governor or the clean-cut anti-choice former Senator from Pennsylvania?
I have pretty much ruled out any activities that involve brain swelling. But I am quite confident that I never considered any experience that involved sleeping in my car in a rental car parking lot at the Cincinnati airport in the middle of the night to be on my bucket list.
Every CEO should always be their company's CTO. No I don't mean - "Chief Technology officer" - I mean "Chief Talent Officer."
March Madness is great fun, but for me the Easter Season is best expressed by baseball and the new life that comes with opening day.
For three consecutive years, inspired by the NCAA's March Madness, Thomson Reuters has hosted "Metrics Mania" a competition that takes these teams off the court for a faceoff on the strength of their scholarly research programs.
Andrew Harrison isn't even six months past being a teenager. Why is he required to table all of the emotions he must be experiencing and answer questions for the profiteers who enjoy the benefits of his labor, win or lose?
Of course, a pitcher of beer and a basket of wings can only add to the excitement.
March Madness is in full swing, and millions of college students have conducted more intense research in completing their brackets than they likely will be willing to do in completing their courses, and they will be glued to their mobile devices for the latest live updates.
I was not always sports literate and I'm not a sports stats person. But I fell in love with sports because of its power to develop people, the analogies to business challenges, the power for societal good, and its ability to bridge across divides, to bring together people from diverse backgrounds.