Monthly Archives: December 2013

Corporate America Still Not Catching Up With Minority Hires

You would think that younger companies headed by youthful entrepreneurs would be more forward in hiring minorities as employees.  Earlier this year Clayton Rose found that this was not the case. Rose is an adjunct professor at Columbia University in economics and finance as well as the former corporate executive at JPMorgan and is also […]

Let It Grow, Let it Grow, Let it Grow…

In the aftermath of No Shave November or Movember whichever you fancy it is a good time to reflect on the purpose of appearing like Paul Bunyan or Mike Ditka for an entire month.  While that purpose for some may have been to look as manly as possible others across the country put their razors […]

Over 60% of Website Visits from Bot Traffic in 2013

This is a surprising figure, to say the least: apparently, approximately 61.5% of all website visits in 2013 actually consisted of automated bot activity, according to figures calculated by Incapsula. The graphic explaining the calculation can be found to the side. Under 40% of traffic to and from websites are actually people viewing whatever page […]

The MBA Toolbox Kit for Minority Applicants

I was surfing the web the other day and found an article published a few years ago by US News and World Report entitled “The MBA Toolbox Kit for Minority Applicants”. The article was about how minority applicants can use all the resources available to them in order to, as seamlessly as possible, facilitate their […]