The Business Times is known for playing it down the middle with our news coverage, but for this weekend only we are making a slight deviation. In support of Mike Tomlin's Steelers, we have reached out to our sister publication the Boston Business Journal with a wager on Sunday's AFC Championship Game.
If the New England Patriots win, the staff of the Business Journal will be treated to food from Primanti Bros.
During a luncheon my company recently co-hosted with national nonprofit Living Beyond Breast Cancer, we asked the audience how many had ever felt insecure about their finances – and almost everyone’s hand shot up. The reasons they volunteered were varied: living longer, being self-employed for a long time (with no health insurance), a spouse’s death, the increasing volatility of the economy and more.
Construction costs in Honolulu have finally cooled down after more than five years of growth, although costs to build in Hawaii's largest city remain the highest of any city in the United States, according to a new report.
Rider Levett Bucknall, an international property and construction consultancy firm, said in its fourth quarter 2016 construction cost report released on Thursday that the overall construction industry in the U.
While widely believe that mobile advertising is a Facebook-Google duopoly, AppsFlyer is hustling to impact the industry in its own unique way.
The Israel-based startup, which has an office located at WeWork in Midtown Manhattan, is known for its innovations in mobile attribution and marketing analytics.
With an infusion of capital — $56 million received this week — AppsFlyer is hoping to bolster its services and provide companies like Bloomingdale’s and HBO with in-depth data on their mobile…
What we’re reading — Megyn Kelly’s long game, Malia Obama’s secret trip, and who’s benefiting from parental leave.
Studying the boys' club. A behavioral scientist who studies gender inequality navigates her way through the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland; the New York Times follows her as she make the case for diversity in companies at the mostly male conference.
Malia's secret trip.