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2017-2018 Midsize SUV Comparison: Which is the Best Fit for Your Family?

Family-style flexibility. The midsize SUV segment has been as busy as the families who depend on them. The 2017 model year brought us updated versions of the Toyota Highlander and Nissan Pathfinder, as well as a totally redesigned GMC Acadia. Now, 2018 brings us a brand new entry from Volkswagen, an all-new version of the Chevrolet Traverse and an updated ... Read More »

Technology, disruption and the evolution of managers

With the changes in technology, the nature of business and management is changing rapidly. Several functions are getting automated and hence the need for people is declining. At the same time thanks to digitalization, more and more activities are getting recorded and tracked and huge amounts of data are getting generated. In some industries, existing business models are getting disrupted ... Read More »

Joseph K. Hart: Dealing with generational gap is one of the main challenges for managers around the world

Mumbai: Joseph K. Hart was appointed as chief executive officer and president of the 102-year-old Dale Cargenie Training in 2015. Present over 90 countries, the institute runs leadership training, professional development, performance improvement, leadership training, and employee engagement programmes across the globe. In an interview during his first visit to India, Hart said he believes the country is one the ... Read More »

How Fintech is Bridging the Big Bank Gap

Big banks have always been averse to risk.  They also tend to view small and medium-sized businesses as high-risk, choosing to restrict investment, in terms of both lending and services, for the SMB market. A 2015 credit survey by the Federal Reserve found that smaller institutions were 18 percent more likely to approve a small business loan than big banks, ... Read More »

Still to come: New cars on the way in 2017

Kia’s Stinger is one of the most anticipated cars of 2017. Photo: Supplied It’s almost half-time and the game is tight. The Australian new car industry has fallen behind on record results scored in 2016, but there’s a plan to bounce back with a host of compelling machinery set to arrive in coming months. Here’s a class-by-class look at the ... Read More »

The 10 best family cars for 2017

The process of buying a new car for the family is a complex and potentially very expensive decision. This week, to make things a little easier, the editors at Parents Magazine and automotive information website Edmunds.com have narrowed the field down to the 10 best family cars of 2017. The 10 vehicles represent nine segments of the auto market- ranging ... Read More »

iPhone 8 Running on iOS 11 Leaked in Renders for the First Time

HIGHLIGHTS Renders Tip Touch ID Embedded Under Display iPhone 8 is seen running on iOS 11 in this leak New Control Centre seen running on the phone iPhone 8 renders have been leaked aplenty, but today’s leak brings reimagined renders of the smartphone running on the newly announced iOS 11 for the first time. The latest renders shows how the ... Read More »

Tips for Incorporating Technology into the Workplace

While most businesses use computers in some capacity, there’s certainly a gap between how effectively various businesses properly use technology. If you want to give your company the best chance of finding success though, you’ll want to take the time to implement technology into your workflow properly. In order to help you accomplish that, this post will offer a variety ... Read More »

One Freelancer’s Experience with the 52 Week Money Challenge

As a fashion blogger, travel enthusiast and freelance writer, Alysse Dalessandro has a variety of interests. When it comes to saving money, the 29-year-old is just as open-minded. In late 2015, Dalessandro read a blog post about the 52-week money challenge, a popular savings strategy that gained momentum on social media platforms like Facebook. The premise is simple: Every seven ... Read More »

London attack: Politicians v the internet

The PM says internet giants have provided a “safe space” for extremist ideology Prime Minister Theresa May has said more must be done to tackle terrorism online. In a speech on Sunday, following the terrorist attack in London, she said the internet provided a “safe space” for extremist ideology to breed. But technology companies and cyber-security experts have warned that ... Read More »