On May 3rd Facebook COO and LeanIn.org founder Sheryl Sandberg will address the 2014 graduating class of the City Colleges of Chicago. Sandberg will impart some of the same principles for success in life and the workplace to these newly minted grads. Share the full text of her address with your readers by contacting Patty Patino today at 800-637-4082.
The Dallas Morning News invested two years revamping their business coverage. Discover what they uncovered their readers really want.
The governments of developing nations, beyond seeking outside partners to treat diseases and deliver other medical services, are shifting focus toward prevention and healthy living. This presents the challenge of how to educate the public and provide access to “real-time” information about health.
Whatever your political affiliation or self-affixed cultural label, you have to respect the power of our country’s political columnists when a news event comes down such as the Supreme Court’s momentous decision this week to uphold Michigan’s right to ban affirmative action in university admissions policies by a 6-2 vote.
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Front-line examples of effective and failed headlines shared in an interview with the Chicago Tribune's senior editor of digital news.
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Much buzz surrounds Paramount’s recent release of the movie “Noah.” Writer and rabbi Marc Gellman outlines how the film falls down in its telling of the Bible’s famous Old Testament story of the flood. Flubs abound in the accuracy department, Gellman contends. This timely article can be downloaded at no charge.