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Marissa Mayer A graceful leader

Hailing from America’s heartland, Marissa Mayer was born in Wisconsin in 1975. Her family occupied rather bucolic careers; her mother an art instructor and her father an environmental engineer specialising in water. Though she suffered from intense shyness throughout her childhood, Mayer recognised this in herself and attempted to counteract it by participating in numerous […]

Top 6 places to work

They’re cool, they’re employee focused and, at the end of last year, jobs website Glassdoor announced these as some of the best places to work in the UK. 1. Google Scheduled to open in 2016 following an investment of £1bn, Google’s new London HQ will be based in King’s Cross and feature a climbing wall, […]

Google trumps GP

  New research by a specialist firm of medical negligence solicitors has revealed that as many as one fifth of Britons trust Google to diagnose their symptoms more than they do their doctor. The Best You reports.   According to the study, more than half of those who use a search engine to research information […]

Top 6 places to work

  Considering we spend at least a third of our lives in the office, job satisfaction is important. If you are feeling underappreciated at work, perhaps it’s time to make a change. The Best You has put together a list of the top six companies you should send your CV to.   Working for a […]

SEO is dead, long live SEO by Damon Segal

  The way we search on Google is going through changes with the introduction of Google Hummingbird. Damon Segal, SEO expert from Emotio, explains how you can make your website make the most of this metamorphosis.   I have been driving traffic to websites for almost 20 years. And this year is no different from […]

Thriving, not surviving by Mark Baker

How to thrive and not just survive in an economic downturn. Mark Baker provides some advice on thinking positively during tough times… Quite honestly you could be forgiven for thinking that we are on the verge of financial Armageddon considering the amount of doom and gloom that we seem to be bombarded with during every […]

The fat cats and the little guys by Rahul Gulati

There seems to be a recent trend of internet giants like Google and Yahoo! buying up smaller companies like Android and Tumblr. Us non-techie people thought that was something worth looking into, so we got app expert, Rahul Gulati, to do some digging.     “In short, software is eating the world”, declared Marc Andreesen, […]