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Portfolios are useful," writes Michael Schrage , a research fellow at MIT Sloan School's Center for Digital Business . "But projects are the real future of hiring." Schrage, writing for his HBR.org blog , calls this marriage of job application and
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, whose collected works constitute a bit of light reading for Russell Brand. Russell Brand declared in an interview in the Guardian on 4 February that he had had it with the currant bun. "I ain't ever reading another copy of
James Patterson urges more dads to read to children Patterson was joined by Booktrust patron the Duchess of Cornwall at the launch Bestselling author James Patterson has joined the Duchess of Cornwall at the launch of a campaign to encourage more
A man takes a photograph of Tower Bridge in the early morning fog on The River Thames in London...Airports also suffered distruptions as a result of poor visibility. Photographs: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images 10.54am GMT Residents use a fireman's
Without the Radio Times' phenomenal performance', the listings mag market's Christmas would have been a complete, ahem, turkey. Photograph: Bob Thomas/Corbis Like Mrs Brown's Boys , the Radio Times had a good Christmas with its overall sale up 3.1%
Actors Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford, Charlie Chaplin (in costume as The Tramp) and film director D.W. Griffith announce the formation of the United Artists corporation. The celebrated stars of early Hollywood founded the studio in an attempt to
Corbis The revered lake's shore is dotted with majestic villas, many offering exotic, expansive grounds ripe for discovery, writes Michael Gebicki. George Clooney has only one cypress outside his, although it is a particularly large and handsome
I woke, felt the familiar weight in the bed, the breathing, the hand on my skin. "Oh, Paul," I said. "Who's Paul?" said the voice. Tuesday's Gone, by Nicci French, is out now in paperback (Penguin, £7.99).
As the cold winds of the recession blow around Europe a man walks outside the main entrance of the Davos congress centre, on the eve of the opening of the 43rd Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum, WEF, in Switzerland.
Bettmann/Corbis This weekend marks the start of an ambitious year-long interrogation of the culture of the 20th century at London's Southbank Centre. Centuries, though, rarely begin on the 12th strike of the centenary clock and that's all to the good.