Cities are increasingly populated by lower-income people in subsidized housing and high income people prepared to pay $3,500 a month for a one-bedroom. The post The Year in Housing: The Middle Class Can’t Afford to Live in Cities Anymore appeared first on WIRED.
Ogle the $35.7 million Ferrari here, cause it’s the closest you’ll ever get. The post The 11 Most Expensive Cars Sold at Auction in 2016 appeared first on WIRED.
The year that politics got hacked was also a record-breaking year for sheer size of corporate breaches. The post The Year’s Biggest Hacks, From Yahoo To the DNC appeared first on WIRED.
Aristotle once said “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit.” The question is – how do you develop good habits and make them stick? The reason we often stop ourselves from changing is that we like to stay where we are. Call it inertia or what you […]
Event giveaways are a tried-and-true promotion strategy that companies big and small have been using for decades. For starters, it gives businesses the opportunity to provide value to potential customers, which can go a long way toward keeping your brand fresh in their minds long after the balloons are popped and the signs are taken […]
Kayako isn’t a new company — the bootstrapped business has been around for 16 years — but it does have an interesting story. Kayako has never taken outside funding. It has offices in three countries, is profitable and continues to grow. TechCrunch visited their London headquarters to chat with founder and CEO Varun Shoor to […]
In the latest ‘Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy’ podcast, two WIRED editors discuss the magazine’s fiction issue-and President Obama’s love of sci-fi. The post We Love It When Presidents Enjoy Science Fiction appeared first on WIRED.