It’s not just a woman’s problem — “Take a very small hit to your social reputation,” suggests a Yale SOM professor…
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Women in Canada are expressing outrage on social media over missing and murdered aboriginal women in their country by tweeting, Facebooking and Instagramming with the hashtag #AmINext.
the world of business is now changing into one of increasingly complex opportunities involving different cultures coming together to form partnerships.
History and pop culture have given us hundreds, if not thousands, of stories involving damsels in distress.
"But why would you stay if someone was abusing you?"That’s a distressingly common response to revelations of domestic violence.
Future versions of the Apple Watch will include “richer health features and additional sensors,” according to a new report from Reuters. Though the Apple Watch was only unveiled on Tuesday, the site says that some healthcare professionals who were hoping for “groundbreaking health features” were left disappointed with the watch’s fitness capabilities.
Observers say there is little evidence for now that the device’s fitness capabilities surpass the competition. Others, hoping for groundbreaking health features from a company whose Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook spoke of how sensors are “set to explode,” were left wondering what’s in store for the product.
Two people familiar with Apple’s plans told Reuters the company is planning to unveil richer health features and additional sensors in later versions, the first iteration not hitting the market until early 2015.
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