2020-01-21 16:18:04| digg
It's such a simple, silly premise and yet anything works with Sam Elliott's voice and mustache.
2020-01-21 16:00:34| Fast Company
Canadian research firm Corporate Knights releases its annual list of most sustainable corporations in the world, with some new entries in the top 10. From Microsoft going carbon negative to Starbucks announcing a (somewhat vague) goal to become “resource positive,” it seems that major companies are announcing new sustainability efforts every day. But which ones are doing the most for our environment? An annual ranking from Canadian research firm Corporate Knights, revealed January 21 at the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland, scrutinized more than 7,000 companies to identify the 100 most sustainable corporations in the world.Read Full Story
2020-01-21 16:00:17| Fast Company
As highrises increasingly reach their use-by date, they need to be dismantled carefully—not just blown up. We are entering a new world where skyscrapers and other huge buildings are becoming redundant and need significant overhaul or replacement. The process is called unbuilding or, if you’re a bit highfalutin, deconstruction.Read Full Story
2020-01-21 16:00:09| Fast Company
Delivering harsh feedback under the guise of “honesty” may actually undermine trust. Here are four considerations that can help you deliver better—and still honest—feedback. The 24/7 news cycle, chants of “fake news,” and the spread of disinformation on social media had writer Judi Ketteler worried about the state of honesty in the world. Did it matter anymore? Then, came an interaction with a doctor she was interviewing for a project. He stated that his hospital did more of a particular procedure than any other in the region.Read Full Story
2020-01-21 15:33:10| Fool.com Headlines
The Indian government isn't impressed with the e-commerce giant, and that could be bad news for expansion efforts in the country.