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"People should not be discouraged because they got a ‘no’, it just means that they might have to work harder or differently" says global economist Dambisa Moyo.
"If somebody gives you critical feedback, rather than get upset, think about what it took for that person to tell you that piece of feedback,” says global economist Dambisa Moyo.
Taiwan has moved to explicitly ban people from eating dogs and cats, after its parliament approved a bill.
As the eighth installment of the Fast & Furious franchise hits the big screen, MMM talks to Simon Hewlett about how the film is marketed and what's ahead.
The pairing titled 'Boy Asleep with Hoe' was reportedly stolen from the Grant family's New Jersey home in 1976.
Crayola is ditching the dandelion crayon to make room for a new shade of blue.
The team that delivered the video content for the opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympics have adapted Paul Auster's City of Glass for the stage.
With his work "Voices without borders" violinist Pierre Lebaron is allowing the audience to influence his performance through the cloud.
Technology and the Cloud are shifting the way some artists create and present their work.
Maddie Moate makes a cloud controlled Graffiti Artist with the help of expert Jeff Gough.
The authors of a book on super-fandom describe how fans can rapidly drive consumerism through community, NBC reports.
The growth of the Sundance Institute shows that art can be an economic force, writes director Robert Redford.
Touts who bulk buy tickets online and resell them for inflated prices will be subject to “unlimited fines” under new plans laid out by U.K. Government.
CNBC's Robert Frank takes a closer look at the recent boom in art sales.
On International Women's Day, consider acts of courage by immigrant women and commit to fighting with and for them, says Lena Dunham.
In light of International Women's Day, CNBC takes a look at some of the leading women set to make headlines during 2017.
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