WADA boss says cycling officials looked other way on Lance
The explosive report detailing why the United States Anti-Doping Agency stripped Lance Armstrong of his seven Tour de France titles suggests that cycling officials looked the other way while the now-disgraced cyclist operated what USADA calls the most sophisticated doping program in sports, World Anti-Doping agency director-general David Howman said on Friday.
Tim McGraw Wants His Daughter to Make an Album
When the top boss wants to talk
Q. My boss has really let me down. I thought he was addressing an issue I have been facing for several months, and now found out that, despite the
How & When To Coach Your Boss
Usually a manager's coaching efforts are spent with their direct-reports coaching down. But can an employee coach his or her boss? Sometimes the person who n...
Why This Inside Trader Wants His Conviction Overturned
Michael Kimelman served prison time for his trades. Then a court redefined the law.
Why Chicken Wants to Be a Snack
KFC, Popeyes and fast-food restaurants shrink a popular meal staple down to a bite-size treat
Gareth Southgate wants his England side to discover winning mentality
MATT LAWTON: Whatever happens against Germany this evening, Southgate can at least take comfort in the fact that it is unlikely to end as badly as his previous encounters with the world champions.
What Happens When Nobody Wants to Be the Boss?
Job growth and wages are on the rise, which should signal a great time for businesses in the U.S.—except that no one wants ...
What to do when your boss' boss wants to talk
Start with the facts, write up some background and collect your documentation.
Why your boss wants you to retire on time
By Retirement reporter More boomers want—or need—to stay in the workplace longer. But staying on the job as you approach retirement age tends to makes you more expensive to an employer, because of your health-care costs. And that’s why workers now face a growing wave of initiatives from companies designed to keep those costs down The number of older Americans in the workforce has risen sharply over the past seven years, thanks in part to the battering that retirement accounts and home values…
Your Boss Wants To Fire You
There’s a reason why employees lose their jobs much sooner these days. It’s because your boss wants to fire you. Here's why...
What happens when nobody wants to be the boss?
Fewer millennials want to be responsible for others, even though they want more personal responsibility--and a promotion--on the job.
How Berhalter wants his U.S. team to play
Gregg Berhalter's first time with the U.S. national team is very much taking players back to basics and building them up with balance in mind.
An AI Pioneer Wants His Algorithms to Understand the 'Why'
Deep learning is good at finding patterns in reams of data, but can't explain how they're connected. Turing Award winner Yoshua Bengio wants to change that.
Bridgewater's Ray Dalio explains what he wants his legacy to be
Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates, shares his philosophy on the three stages of a person's career and reflects on his own path.
Why Steve McQueen Wants His Actors to Be ‘Difficult’
“Anyone who’s deemed ‘difficult,’ maybe they’re just grappling with so many interesting things. My goodness, do you just want everyone to be easy? It’s boring!”
Why Boss Baby Shitposting is the Future of the Internet
An AI Pioneer Wants His Algorithms To Understand the 'Why'
Deep learning is good at finding patterns in reams of data, but can't explain how they're connected. Turing Award winner Yoshua Bengio wants to change that. From a report: In March, Yoshua Bengio received a share of the Turing Award, the highest accolade in computer science, for contributions to the...
10 Ways to Snack Smarter
If you have these strategies in place, you can keep snacking (and its side effects) to a minimum
This Is What Channing Tatum Wants His Daughter to Grow Up to Do
"I don’t want her looking to the outside world for answers."