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Chefs satisfy comfort food cravings with homestyle mashed potatoes
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Diners are hungry for traditional dishes reminiscent of home cooking, and restaurants can serve up a taste of home with simple goodness and rustic presentation.

How every vertical can use playable mobile ads to drive conversions

White House
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The Office of Management and Budget wants to be more transparent, helpful and effective in the information available to states and local governments, as well as in the grant pol

Agile steps

Why agile thinking is becoming a must for career development.

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The Denver Public Library system is a shining example of how government agencies can better serve their public in creative ways while winning grant funding

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In today’s supercharged competitive landscape, it’s necessary for business leaders to think differently about their existing assets and how to evaluate the opportunities for premium product development in spaces that have seemed foreign.

What educators should look for in a dyslexia screener -- and what these devices can and can't do.


Here are some simple ways you can be more productive without stressing out.

Bad leadership can be a cancer, infecting employees’ communication, production and ability to perform.


Recogition and feedback are not the same thing, so don't deliver them both in the same breath.

When disaster strikes, businesses have a responsibility to act as citizens first.

How well do your people behave as stewards of your organization's resources?


Chris Body from Kapsch TrafficCom previews the technology track on tap at the IBTTA Annual Meeting and Exhibition

Coding is not just for math class

Coding builds creativity, problem solving skills. Three ways to bring it into your classroom.

Preferences shared to one system should easily propagate across all your outbound communication platforms with a clear understanding of the source of the change.