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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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  • Time to rethink our conception of success based on stress

    I'm happy to announce that next week, on June 6, Mika Brzezinski and I will be cohosting the Huffington Post's first-ever women's conference, "The Third Metric: Redefining Success Beyond Money and Power." As the title makes clear, the purpose is to...
  • Rejecting burnout and exhaustion as badges of honor

    On Thursday, Mika Brzezinski and I hosted the first-ever Huffington Post women's conference, "The Third Metric: Redefining Success Beyond Money and Power," in my home. Ironically, the final piece of furniture, after months of remodeling and furnishing the...
  • Millennials leading the stress parade

    First came the baby boomers, then came Generation X. Branding of the subsequent generation, the one that came of age during the 2000s, was less definitive, ping-ponging between Generation Y and millennials. I'd like to add a third name: Generation Stress....
  • The darling becomes the pariah

    There's a new scarlet letter in town. Actually, it's the same letter -- "A" -- but it stands for a different word that's increasingly regarded as shameful: Austerity. The darling idea of 2010 and 2011 has become the pariah concept of 2012. Once a...
  • Action needed on jobs and growth

    In the days leading up to President Obama's fifth State of the Union address Tuesday night, the big news was that the president was going to focus on "job creation" and "economic growth." Or, as The New York Times put it, Obama will "define a second-...
  • Familiar script calls for war with Iran

    With the war there officially "ended" and most of our troops back home, Iraq isn't getting much ink these days. But the story is far from over. Indeed, according to Wadah Khanfar, former director general of Al-Jazeera, Iraq is still the most important...
  • Stress erodes employee health -- and corporate profits

    On Tuesday I guest-hosted CNBC's "Squawk Box," a program that bills itself as the show that "brings Wall Street to Main Street." As well as discussing Cyprus and a possible euro-crisis, we discussed the growing trend in corporate America of taking steps...
  • Devices linking us to our inner world are next tech frontier

    Greetings from Las Vegas, where I've landed in the midst of a perfect storm. I'm not talking about the weather -- it's a crisp, beautiful day here. No, I'm talking about one of those moments in which several trends converge to create something larger, a...
  • Jobs Numbers Friday a dismal game

    The latest job numbers may have come in below expectations, but the reaction sure didn't. Each month we all suspend disbelief and collectively participate in this little bit of kabuki theater, in which we pretend to not know things that we actually know....
  • Relevance to resonance

    LONDON - At a lunch in the crypt at St. Paul's Cathedral before the Dalai Lama received the Templeton Prize on Monday, I was seated next to Canon Mark Oakley. "We need to move beyond relevance to resonance," he said. It was a call to move beyond the...
  • Why is running for president so often diminishing?

    This weekend I saw something amazing -- a speech by Mitt Romney in which he was relaxed and natural, making jokes that weren't painfully awkward. After the speech, he took questions for 20 minutes, and answered them all thoughtfully and thoroughly. Who...