Study confirms the commonality of imposter syndrome

A new study reveals imposter syndrome is common among both classroom and workplace. People witness the imposter syndrome when they feel like frauds even if they are well-qualified and capable. The latest research developed by professors of Brigham Young University…

Top executives of VW charged with market manipulation

With regards to a diesel emissions scandal, three former and current Volkswagen executives have been held for market manipulation. In 2015, the firm had admitted to the accusation of cheat on emissions tests and on using illegal software. VW however…

We Work’s chief executive steps down

Adam Neumann has quit working as the chief executive of the office rental company WeWork by stating his resignation lay in the “best interests” of the company. “While our business has never been stronger, in recent weeks, the scrutiny directed…

In a first medical cannabis approved for epilepsy

For patients suffering from two of the rare forms of childhood epilepsy, the EU has approved the use of medicinal cannabis. Such an action has been approved for the first time in the UK, in addition to other European countries….

Walmart withdraws sale of e-cigarettes

The market of e-cigarettes in the US has often been in the news to issue a ban on the products. Recently, Walmart has announced to withdraw the sale of e-cigarettes. Based on a statement with reference to the ban, the…

US pediatric heart transplant undergoes policy change

The US Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network has recently revised its criteria and prioritized children over adults for heart transplant in order to curb the number of deaths on the waitlist. A study published in the American Journal of Transplantation…