Business > Olympics

What The Olympics Can Teach Us About Business

41 minutes ago   |  

What if we approached business the same way athletes approach the Olympics? In business, we strive to become successful and reach the highest career level possible. There...
Read more ...

The US and North Korea look like they'll get right back into a nuclear standoff after the Olympics

The US and North Korea look like they'll get right back into a nuclear standoff after the Olympics

1 hour ago   |     |   3 articles

The US, South Korea, and North Korea are all expected to return to old tricks after the Olympics with military drills and possibly missile or nuclear tests. North Korea reached...
Read more ...

Russian Doping Case In Olympic Curling Isn't What It Appears To Be

2 hours ago   |     |   2 articles

Why would an athlete in a sport like curling engage in doping? As an adage goes, “We mock what we don't understand.”
Read more ...

Winter Olympics 2018 Schedule: Tuesday's Updated Medal Tally, Viewing Guide, Odds And Pro Picks

6 hours ago   |     |   10 articles

The first week of the 2018 Winter Olympics is over, but the start of the final week should be nothing short of exciting. Get ready for Monday and Tuesday with this preview...
Read more ...

The brand Olympics: getting attention without getting in trouble

7 hours ago   |     |   4 articles

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea - In packing for the Winter Olympics, Canadian entrepreneur Domenico Ciarallo stuffed his bags with hats and t-shirts bearing the logo of his company...
Read more ...

What The Decline In The Olympics' Ratings Says About The Future Of TV?

9 hours ago   |     |   2 articles

Television ratings can be twisted in countless ways to suit the purposes of the person presenting the information. The Olympics are a case in point.
Read more ...

Germany's Olympic Athletes Are Consuming Hundreds of Gallons of a Surprising Sports Drink: Beer

23 hours ago   |     |   2 articles

When Olympic Athletes finish a particularly grueling event , you might presume that they would reach for a bottle of water or an electrolyte-packed Gatorade. In the case of...
Read more ...

The Dumbest Sport at the Olympics Is Now. Men's Hockey

1 day ago   |  

There is a lot about the men's Olympic hockey tournament that should remind you of the 1987 NFL season, which is not a good thing.
Read more ...

Winter Olympics 2018 Schedule: Monday's Updated Medal Tally, Viewing Guide, Odds And Pro Picks

1 day ago   |     |   2 articles

The first week of the 2018 Winter Olympics is over, but the start of the final week should be nothing short of exciting. Get ready for Monday and Tuesday with this preview...
Read more ...

USA Hockey Draws Favorable Matchup Against Slovakia In Winter Olympics Qualification Round

1 day ago   |     |   12 articles

With the preliminary round complete in men's hockey, Team USA can advance to the quarterfinal with a win over Slovakia on Monday night.
Read more ...


Register you to post on News E-Servicis

Free Registration

Trump Administration Wants To Let Insurers Offer Plans With Fewer Benefits

Trump Administration Wants To Let Insurers Offer Plans With Fewer Benefits

The Department of Health and Human Services is proposing a rule that would expand short-term policies that don't have to meet the Affordable Care Act's benefit requirements. Read more ...

How Twitter Users Pushed Back Against Trolls' Fake ‘Black Panther' Assault...

How Twitter Users Pushed Back Against Trolls' Fake ‘Black Panther' Assault Stories

Marvel's Black Panther attracted huge crowds over President's Day weekend, resulting in a record-setting box-office haul. But the film also brought out the worst in a number of... Read more ...

Qualcomm raises NXP offer to $44 billion as it seeks leverage against Broadcom

Qualcomm raises NXP offer to $44 billion as it seeks leverage against Broadcom

In today's episode of As the Semiconductor Industry Turns , Qualcomm has increased its offer for NXP from $39 billion to $44 billion as the company continues to fend off the... Read more ...

The US and North Korea look like they'll get right back into a nuclear...

The US and North Korea look like they'll get right back into a nuclear standoff after the Olympics

The US, South Korea, and North Korea are all expected to return to old tricks after the Olympics with military drills and possibly missile or nuclear tests. North Korea reached... Read more ...

Business News: Albertsons agrees to buy Rite Aid

Business News: Albertsons agrees to buy Rite Aid

Read more ...

NHL Trade Deadline: Defensemen off the market as Gudbranson signs, Holden dealt

NHL Trade Deadline: Defensemen off the market as Gudbranson signs, Holden dealt

The market for available defensemen before the NHL trade deadline dwindled Tuesday as one target signed contract extension and another was dealt. Read more ...

Some of Trump's most fervent supporters have started to attack a school...

Some of Trump's most fervent supporters have started to attack a school shooting survivor who has made a flurry of media appearances

Some on the far-right are going after a school shooting survivor who has made multiple media appearances in the aftermath of the Parkland, Florida school shooting. The student... Read more ...

Banks are mulling a creative way to enforce gun control even if the...

Banks are mulling a creative way to enforce gun control even if the government doesn't make a single change

A New York Times columnist floated the idea of having banks and credit card companies cut business ties with retailers that sell assault weapons and accessories. Some finance... Read more ...

There's a specific reason why Trump leveled an unprecedented level of...

There's a specific reason why Trump leveled an unprecedented level of frustration toward the Russia probe this weekend

This past weekend, President Donald Trump fired off 14 tweets following the latest charges in the Russia investigation. Trump alternated between declaring his innocence... Read more ...

A Columbine survivor-turned-lawmaker is pushing the opposite of what many...

A Columbine survivor-turned-lawmaker is pushing the opposite of what many people think is the solution to end school shootings

Patrick Neville, a Columbine shooting survivor and now a state legislator in Colorado, has reintroduced a bill that would make it legal to carry concealed weapons in... Read more ...