Faculty, staff and students came with notepads to learn how to properly address their Chinese colleagues on Oct. 11, 2019, at Maryland Smith.
Do you ever feel like you are being left out of watercooler conversations, inside jokes and the fast track for promotions? Your manager might be playing favorites.
App makers delayed updating to a more secure version of Google’s Android platform just so they could continue to harvest and sell users’ personal data, new research shows.
A new California law enabling college athletes to profit from their name and image has put the state at odds with the NCAA. Maryland Smith's Hank Boyd says it's about time.
Mention the concept of “hot-desking” to the modern office worker and you’re likely to be met with an eye roll and an exasperated sigh. Why is it so unpopular?
Artificial intelligence is transforming and disrupting industries. And advertising is no exception. Here's how AI has already changed the industry, and how it's evolving.
Global financiers say they’re putting the interests of the environment first when deciding whether to extend shipping loans. And that move is making some waves.
It’s been a big year for IPOs, but it hasn’t been a kind one. But for all the flops and failures, there have been some highlights. Here are three.
Big U.S. banks have begun cozying up to the business of building and selling mortgage bonds, the very securities that helped plunge them into financial crisis a decade ago. Is it time to worry?
A new law in California mandating stricter employment rules for drivers and other gig-economy workers may pose a threat to Uber and Lyft. But the real risk is much bigger.