As a member of the iconic Bombardier family, it is no surprise that Charles Bombardier has become an innovator in his own right. With a mission to inspire people to imagine futuristic modes of transportation and improve existing ones, we...
We know, it’s been too long since we had you at the Notable Lounge. But that’s going to change. On Wednesday, June 11th, join us for a healthy-inspired BBQ (it’s bathing suit season after all), complete with refreshing and well-deserved after-work cocktails
Getting your foot in the door at Google may be less complicated than you think. In a recent New York Times interview by Thomas Friedman, Google’s Senior Vice President of People Operations, Laszlo Bock, revealed that the hiring process is now quite simple and traditional. Oh, and don't de-value your liberal arts degree
We kicked it off our monthly interview series with motionball's Paul Ehterington with his thoughts on leadership and charitable involvement, and now the seasoned party thrower offers seven key steps to launching a charity event
Because Paul Etherington doesn’t have time to do coffee with everyone (though we are sure he would if he could), we offer the next best thing: a monthly series where he answers some of your most asked questions and offers inspiring words of wisdom. We kick it off with his thoughts on leadership and charitable involvement
There’s no denying the fact that Zooey Deschanel has her charms, but the real reason we love New Girl is because of Schmidt and his bat-shit crazy antics. Though it may seem contradictory, we’ve compiled a list of things young professional men should learn from Schmidt
It’s not all glamourous when it comes to the fashion industry. As a new designer, you not only need your talent, creativity and vision, but a strong business sense as well. We had a chance to listen to some very invaluable advice on this very topic recently at the DHL Fashion Industry Panel
Have you ever met someone and knew immediately that they were on the cusp of success? You know, the ones with the work ethic you admire, the charm that leaves a lasting impression, and the unmatched ability to connect the dots in their balanced professional lives?
Everyone in the entertainment industry has stories of a self-serving, shady producer (or “producer.”) It could be that strategic young female who preys on men with money as potential investors or the Peter Pan syndrome-battling old dude with an eye for pretty young aspiring actresses and empty promises of stardom
The long weekend is over. Welcome back to reality. Need some inspiration? Jason Alexander (yes, the lazy, mooching, cheapskate George Costanza of Seinfeld) captured perfectly the key to being content with your profession