Say what you will about investment banking as a benefit to and/or plague on the finance sector, economy, New York City, and the universe in general. Now there’s science to back the idea that, yes, investment banking is actually, medically ‘bad’ for one’s health. How bad? Try “insomnia, alcoholism, heart palpitations, eating disorders and an explosive temper” or at the very least “a stress-related physical or emotional ailment within several years on the job.” Science!
The Times reports that Internet users are less likely to remember information that they believe exists in easily accessible form online. In one instance, subjects in a study were better able to remember into what computer folder they had placed information than the information itself. “That kind of blew my mind,” said a Read More
After conducting an extensive study that forced her to scour a year’s worth of Getty Images archives, Elizabeth Currid-Halkett, a professor at the University of Southern California, has come to the following conclusion: Anna Wintour is well-connected and intimidating. Well, who knew!
What study actually does reveal, however, is the extent to which the Vogue editor’s Read More