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Smog-sucking bikes? This artist wants to make it happen.

This story was originally published by CityLab and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.

Walking around in foul, soupy smog is bad enough; biking through it at a modest clip can feel like hooking your lungs up to a Ford F-150’s tail pipe. 434 more words

Climate & Energy

Tennesseans might not be too worried about climate change, but they sure love electric cars

The amount of heat-trapping pollution that’s released every time Bill Williams drives his electric sedan a mile down a road here has fallen by about a quarter in the three years since he bought it. 1,716 more words

Climate & Energy

Who You Know: How Your Network Dictates Your Success

Who You Know: How Your Network Dictates Your Success

There are few things as powerful as a strong network.

You can be the absolute best in your industry. 274 more words

Business & Technology

In Business, The Right Technology Is The Backbone Of Your Success

Let’s not kid ourselves: the rapid advancement of technology over the last thirty years has revolutionized practically every aspect of business.

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Business Technology

Synergy Attends The 2017 MMPC

Thursday, May 4th was a cold and rainy day outside, but inside Cobo Hall, things were looking bright as ever. The Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council, a staple of the Michigan business community and champion of diversity, played host to the 40th installment of the Michigan Minority Procurement Conference and it an event to remember. 307 more words

Information Technology

7 Reasons Why People Don't Start Their Own Business

Starting a business is supposed to be highly rewarding, exciting and challenging. You get to be your own boss, you get to set your direction and pursue the opportunities you are interested in. 578 more words


5 Things Successful People Do

We all desire to be successful whether these are goals for business, home, family, or self-improvement or acquiring name and fame. Successful people are typically too busy innovating to write down much of anything. 430 more words