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Here are five of the most face-palm-inducing phrases that B-players use in business on a daily basis.
Women are rightfully yelling about these issues. Well, not "yelling" yelling. But they're really important.
Everyone has to fake it sometimes in the office. Surprisingly, it's more stressful for extroverts.
Entrepreneurs are often filled with blind positively and motivation from their supporters. Sometimes though, it's easier when someone can just give it to you straight.
The tech company's new system allows you to see who your most-snapped friends are via an emoji code.
The computer software company is launching a pilot program to hire more people with the disability for full-time positions.
Many businesses have allowed the idea of Big Data to intimidate them, but collecting data is a lot easier than you might think.
An early-stage startup is a lot like a child--not great at communicating and prone to making mistakes. Here's what it takes to bring your company into its prime.
Knowing what to look for in a VC partner--and what to avoid--is key to entrepreneurial success
In the early days of his business, Wattpad founder Allen Lau faced a crisis. How he solved it would lay the foundation for astronomical growth.
Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO of social media consultancy VaynerMedia, explains why buying followers or likes will only hurt your credibility, what he loves about the grind of entrepreneurship, and more.
Doug Menuez, author of Fearless Genius, describes how embracing fear is part of being a bold entrepreneur.
How conventional tips for commute productivity are leading you astray.
Brandi Temple, founder of Lolly Wolly Doodle, explains why you want to build a core team that's a true fit for your company.
There is a game every person at work should be playing every minute of every day, with every decision they make. It's called The Business Owner's Game, and is at the core of building a successful business or career. It transforms your relationship to work, and your lifestyle.
Getting it ninety nine percent right doesn't matter if the one percent you get wrong is major.
This year's Webby Award nominees include tools for managing email, contacts, notes and more.
The most important thing innovators do to generate ideas is to train themselves to see things in new ways
This nontoxic consumer products company made it to the championship round of Inc.'s Coolest College Startups competition. See how it got there--and won.
The fifth in a comprehensive series to help you craft the perfect business plan for your startup.