With budgets tighter than ever, YMCA executives are betting happier employees who understand emotions in themselves and others will be more satisfied with their jobs and better able to exceed customer expectations.
Students are learning to hop, Skype, and jump in classrooms across the globe. "Skype in the Classroom" was rolled out this week to help teachers and students connect, support and inspire each other from distant locations.
Is technology helping couples and families hear everything but each other? An exercise from a leading relationship and marriage education program helps make it safe to confide emotions.
Will $100 million buy YouTube some advertising love? Six years after giving themselves a huge Valentine's Day present, the Google subsidiary is betting multi-million dollar celebrity contracts will help.
Tools to widely communicate, inspire and mobilize dreamed up by youngsters in America may have led to the downfall of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
Five years ago, Steve Jobs urged Stanford graduates to consider: "If this was the last day of my life, would I be doing what I'm doing?" Apple's founder said today he's stepping back from his job as CEO to focus on what matters most.
More than a dozen recent violent acts have been preceded by online public postings. Facebook, YouTube, MySpace and other mega online communities can save lives with a rapid response system to notify emergency, crisis, or law enforcement when users threaten violence against themselves or others.