Envy is pain at another’s good fortune, according to the ancient philosopher Aristotle. Thanks to social media, this definition written over 2,000 years ago seems more relevant than ever.
Whether you’re an influencer, an occasional poster, or just a lurker, you likely spend more time than you’d like on social media. Globally, working-age people with internet access now spend more than 2.5 hours per day on social platforms like Instagram, Facebook or X (Twitter).
Taiwan’s crackdown on phone scams has led to a 70 percent drop in incoming international calls, representing a rare victory against unsolicited callers and highlighting the scale of the problem in the island.
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Halloween is the spookiest time of the year. However, as you prepare to send shivers down the spines of your friends and family, you may not have given much thought to the environmental footprint that this holiday conceals.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates—The United Arab Emirates’ pick to lead the upcoming COP28 climate talks in Dubai called on the world earlier this month to “fight climate change, not each other,” directly addressing the anger activists have felt over his selection.
Capital One Philippines reiterates its strong commitment to the future of the next generation. By advocating transformative education, the American bank holding company specializing in credit cards seeks to address the demand-supply challenges within the local IT and Business Process Management (IT-BPM).
“These shoes are perfect, made for me! I have to get them! But really, I should be paying off my car loan instead. I can’t justify this purchase. Or can I …?”
Following the success of its three-day competition that aimed to shape college students into globally competitive future fintech leaders, GCash (www.gcash.com), the Philippines’ leading mobile wallet, has announced the top five winning teams for its second ImaGnation innovation challenge.
Nutritional interventions are increasingly focused not only on “what” we eat but also “when.” Intermittent fasting is one way to restrict the timing, rather than the content, of what we eat.