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You can vastly improve your brain's performance by making a few minor changes in your daily routine.
Here's where you should be recruiting, if your aim is to hire the best.
What entrepreneurs, businesses, and marketers can do to help get their content read.
The VC review phase can leave any founder feeling vulnerable and stressed. But the process doesn't have to keep you up at night.
A third of your customers will leave your site if it isn't optimized for mobile. Are you ready for them?
New features in Airbnb's app are aimed at helping guests to "live there" when they visit Airbnb locations.
The work structure allows, and pays for, our outside work passions to be big parts of our lives.
The man maybe controversial to some, but Hef built an entrepreneurial empire admired by many. Here is some wisdom from his 90 years experience.
Studies show that the most productive people use (and write) to-do lists differently.
If it works, Meredith Perry's uBeam will charge everything in your home wirelessly.
Fine art and programming are similar in the way that great technical skills don't make for a great artist or a programmer.
The CEO of the software company took a cue from Hollywood when he had a moment of realization about what the company's mission statement should be.
With today's technology, there's no reason to be stuck in a job you hate.
Office space design can make the difference between people being able to concentrate and not.
Find out if your city is part of Bloomberg Philanthropies' audacious What Works Cities Initiative to spend $42 Million to improve 100 Cities.
Instead of asking the generic "How are you?", ask something just a little more specific, like "How's your day going so far?"
These gadgets will help you find the best movies and shows at the highest quality.
Bootstrapping is becoming more common for entrepreneurs, but it's not always a good idea.
A big name investor and impressive speaker lineup are not the only reasons WE Festival attracts the best women entrepreneurs and female founded startups to its annual event in New York City.
A Stanford dropout and serial entrepreneur set out to build a city of remote workers making their living in virtual reality. His far-fetched idea led him to one that's shockingly mundane: A bus between San Francisco and Los Angeles.