Experimental evidence suggests that our opinions on ethics depend on who’s committing the violations, and who’s doing the judging.
Can anything be done to make meetings more useful and less dull?
Meal kits signal a change in the way we cook, but this is nothing compared with how frozen food disrupted the American kitchen in the mid-20th century.
When choosing a career, we weigh many factors. Chief among our considerations are what we enjoy doing, how ...
Advertisers have been trying to develop a precise science of advertising for more than a century.
Online publications that offer clickbait and easy entertainment mirror some of the most popular nineteenth century British magazines.
For now-ubiquitous consumer credit cards, bad early results had a hidden benefit.
In the 1890s, the first public relations professionals began advising the wealthy on how to use philanthropy to placate the public.
Women's roles in the business world partly depended on their status as consumers in the early twentieth century.
Procter & Gamble made its industrially produced soap the basis for a revival of an ancient craft, leading to a huge fad for soap carving.