The QS World Universities 2015/16 rankings were published seeing some refinements to the ranking methodology. The methodology change introduces “citations per faculty” indicator which comprises 20% of the overall ranking score. This gives an advantage to institutions of life sciences and natural sciences because average citation rates are much higher. Continue reading “The Best Universities in the World in 2015/2016 by QS Rankings”
U.S. News & World Report released the list of Best Colleges in 2016 to help future students make comparison of the academic quality in US-based colleges. The rankings focus on academic excellence, with schools ranked on up to 16 measures of academic quality. They emphasize outcomes, especially graduation and retention rates are most important aspects. The rankings are great place to start looking for your future college in the States. Continue reading “The Best US Colleges in 2016 by US News & World Report”
Ford is a well-known car manufacturer and they’ve just introduced some new smart electric bikes, Ford MoDe:Flex, Mode:Pro and Mode:Me. Continue reading “Ford MoDe Unveiled – Smart Folding e-Bikes by Ford”
Biometrics is gradually replacing the password as the core security infrastructure in a number of organizations, though its use is yet to be adopted by industries at large due to the costs associated with the technology.
Running your own online retail business involves regularly sending out a lot of parcels. With web-based sellers managing shipping and postage costs on tight margins, even a small price increase by carriers can affect business profits noticeably. Beyond asking them nicely, there’s not a lot you can do to stop Royal Mail and other providers increasing their rates. However, you can make savings in other ways – without your customers losing out in the bargain. Here are 3 smart ways to reduce parcel costs when selling online. Continue reading “How to Reduce Parcel Costs If You Are Selling Online”
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This is not the first time we post about Overstock.com CEO Patrick Byrne on our website. He is a visionary and always makes some compelling points in his talks. This time, Patrick talked about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in a keynote address at Bitcoin 2014 conference. Continue reading “Overstock CEO’s Keynote Address at Bitcoin 2014”
It’s true… most great CEO’s and successful entrepreneurs have common traits which (when balanced), boost their growth more than any other single characteristic. Continue reading “8 Success Traits Of Great CEO’s And Successful Entrepreneurs”
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Patrick Byrne, the CEO of Overstock.com discussed naked shorts, bust outs and economic warfare as a catalyst of transnational organized crime on the 17th of December 2013. His main objective was to create awareness and educate the masses on the powerful elements behind economic warfare. Starting off, Byrne referred to the terms fraud, securitization and settlement but placed more emphasis on the term settlement. Continue reading “Economic Warfare and Transnational Organized Crime”
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I have the opportunity to try Aerolife Energy, a new air-based smart nutrition system, and I’m very excited because I’m on the move a lot, and always looking for energy boost. Continue reading “Aerolife Energy Review – New air-based smart nutrition system”
The new World University Rankings for 2013/2014 have been published by QS. In general, there are not significant changes compared to the report last year. There is just 4 universities dropping out of the top 100. Continue reading “The Best Universities in the World in 2013/2014 by QS Rankings”