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Energizing Through Innovation
November 18, 2014

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Do LGBT-Friendly Policies Hurt a Company's Bottom Line?
September 24, 2014

SPONSORED CONTENT: Studies have shown that LGBT-supportive practices have a positive impact on LGBT employee satisfaction, workplace relationships, and job commitment.

Millennials Don't Want to Climb the Traditional Ladder
Companies are helping young employees find multiple career paths
July 30, 2014

SPONSORED CONTENT: The sequence of a career used to be so simple.

How Big Data Can Improve People Practices and Policies
July 08, 2014

SPONSORED CONTENT: “Know thy client” is a business mantra that companies have sworn by seemingly forever.

Does a Secure Energy Mix Equal a Secure America?
June 16, 2014

The same values that drew an employee to Southern Company are helping the company plan for the long term.

Nuclear Peace: From Wartime Technology to a Sustainable Energy Future?
May 27, 2014

Imagine a power source that could fuel entire cities with just a few raw materials as input.

The Bionic Grandparents
Sponsored by AdvaMed
September 24, 2013

Diane Lancaster Diane Lancaster, a cancer survivor and grandmother of eight, had always suffered from a bit of knee pain. Ever since her twenties there had been a twinge, but the arthritis had gotten worse as she passed through her fifties. The pain forced her to give up her hobbies. First she stopped running. Then she stopped going to yoga. All the sitting around caused her to gain weight.

The Med Tech Debate: Cost Vs. Value?
Sponsored by AdvaMed
September 17, 2013

Noel Zuniga, an avid runner and father of three, had just gotten back from a weekend of snorkeling with his family when the heart attack hit. It was March in Panama City, where he was stationed as an NCIS agent at the U.S. embassy. Sunday night at the gym, he suddenly felt his chest light up as if on fire. A clot was choking his heart.The cardiologists in Panama were well versed in the latest techniques. Through an artery in his leg, they snaked a tube all the way to his heart to release a dye that helped show on x-rays where the blockage was.