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Arianna Huffington

Arianna Huffington
Arianna Huffington is a Greek-American author and columnist. She is also the founder of the Huffington Post.
Arianna Huffington is a Greek-American author and columnist. She is also the founder of the Huffington Post. « Show less

Top Arianna Huffington Articles

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  • India melding rapid innovation with ancient traditions to improve life for all

    NEW DELHI, INDIA -- Greetings from India, where we're launching our latest international edition, HuffPost India, in collaboration with The Times of India Group and its digital arm, Times Internet (TIL). India has always held a deeply personal...
  • We're finally embracing the wisdom of the ages about sleep

    Sleep is having its moment in the sun -- or, more appropriately, its moment in a darkened room, with blackout shades drawn, the temperature somewhere between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit, all smartphones and tablets banished from the room and maybe a...
  • Rethinking work: Employees' well-being is good for business

    To be "a driving force for social, environmental and economic benefit." That's not something we normally associate with the business world, but that's the purpose of a group called The B Team, a nonprofit founded in 2012 by Richard Branson and Jochen...
  • Glamour salutes Women of the Year in exhilarating fashion

    Glamour salutes Women of the Year in exhilarating fashion
    Their life stories are miles — both literal and figurative — apart. But the story they collectively told Monday night was one of unity and optimism. Glamour magazine feted 10 honorees at the annual Women of the Year awards at Carnegie Hall:...
  • Stress is universal: Life lessons from the Land Down Under

    I was just in Auckland, New Zealand, after a few very pleasant days in Australia, which is just coming out of a pleasant winter and heading into an even more pleasant spring. Did I mention it's very pleasant there? It's impossible not to remark on the...
  • Burnout and sound decision making, especially in Washington, don't mix

    This month delivered a tale of two investigations. The first was the party-line vote in the House to launch yet another investigation into 2012's deadly attacks in Benghazi. The second was the conclusion of a very different kind of investigation with...
  • Lincon, FDR, and the power of the well-timed vacation

    It's the middle of summer, which means two things: All over the country, people are going on vacation, and Washington, D.C. is a mess. Might part of the reason be that, while most people recognize the benefits of unplugging, recharging and renewing in the...
  • Big business finally learns that wellness is good business

    2014 has been the year when the discussion of well-being has migrated from health and wellness magazines to business magazines. Wellness, and how to integrate it into our work lives, has become the hottest topic in the business pages. And that should...
  • Talk about the 'sleeper' issue of our time!

    This month has brought ample evidence of the power of sleep to affect us in both positive and negative ways, and demonstrated why we need to start treating sleep as the vital health, safety and social issue that it is. I've been evangelizing about the...
  • Stop leaving your vacation time on the table

    I hope you're not reading this. That's because, this being mid-August, I hope as many people as possible are on vacation somewhere. And if you are on vacation, you definitely shouldn't be staring into screens -- so please, close the computer or power down...
  • Let's end the wasteful war on drugs by putting science first

    Human beings sometimes have a troubling inability to hold two thoughts in mind at the same time. This is true not only when those thoughts contradict each other, but even when they simply appear to be in conflict with each other but actually aren't. And...