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One Degree Tuesday March 8 2022

Great feats require crucial decisions

What do the building of the Great Western Railway across Britain in the 1830s, the construction of the Panama Canal in the early 1900s, and your work as an executive today have in common?



What to expect from Apple’s event on Tuesday: A budget iPhone and more

Apple is holding its first launch event this year on Tuesday, where it is expected to announce a new iPhone, iPad and perhaps Mac models.


Canadian creatives may be among the best-paid globally

People working at Canada’s creative, design and digital shops are paid well for their talents compared to their counterparts in other countries.


Instagram’s standalone Boomerang and Hyperlapse apps are gone from the App Store and Google Play

Instagram has removed its standalone Boomerang and Hyperlapse apps from Apple’s App Store and Google Play, as reported by TechCrunch. The removal comes shortly after Instagram’s February 28th announcement that it would stop supporting the IGTV app, and the changes indicate that Instagram is opting to consolidate some of its separate offerings to focus on the main Instagram app.


Three unusual questions to make job candidates think

For the last dozen years, in hundreds of interviews, I’ve tried to better understand how CEOs hire by asking them: if you could ask a candidate only one question in a job interview, and you had to decide based on their answer whether to hire them, what would that question be?


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