"A decade ago, a study from Princeton University made headlines for showing that an income level of $75,000 per household was the sweet spot for happiness, and that earnings above that level, surprisingly, did not result in additional boosts. New research, though, finally calls this premise into question."
"Inspired by pandemic lessons that kept customers in cars, chains are adding more lanes and curbside pickup, improving apps and testing menu boards that use artificial intelligence."
Many Americans dream of starting a business and — despite recent economic downturns — they continue to pursue this dream more than ever.
Starting a business is a daunting pursuit, and doing it successfully means you need an idea of how well your state caters to new businesses and startups. In other words: You need to understand your state's business ecosystem.
Here are the points that have made artificial intelligence gain a lot of popularity:
- Understanding and forecasting epidemics and pandemics and finding a cure
- Understanding shifting consumer needs
- Making virtual experiences more real
- Going fully digital
- Making way for robots to empower the human workforce
- Smarter digital devices
"Trends in international business are important to follow. They help your business react quickly to change to remain relevant, improve customer acquisition and retention, and save your company valuable time and money.
"Here are a few of the trends experts anticipate for 2020 and why they’re important for international business."
"The modern workplace is constantly evolving. With it, the way we hire and retain top talent is facing a slew of era-defining changes. Besides, the work environment is under siege by economic changes, technological developments, automation, and globalization. To keep up with these changes, business leaders must rise to the occasion and show a deep understanding of the latest workplace trends."
"Research into the interplay between the discipline of neuroscience — which studies the brain and the nervous system — and marketing could help to explain how people make decisions, how they react to stimuli and what triggers might amplify or diminish the impulses that drive social interactions or even innovation in a business setting."