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Avoid annoying your boss and increase the chances of getting to "Yes!"
If you don't disconnect yourself from your job ever, it's only going to harm your work performance in the end.
To celebrate its 20th birthday, the e-commerce giant will be holding its first-ever "Amazon Prime Day" for premium members only. Aside from the one-day-only deals, does the annual membership fee really pay off for younger consumers?
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The former Secretary of State offered a glimpse of how she plans to be the 'small business president' during a major economic speech Monday.
Every office has one: That leader who's always late. Here's what's really behind the problem.
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The musician once had a reported net worth of nearly half a billion dollars thanks to his equity stake in Vitamin Water.
It's easy to buy into the well-moneyed tech startups that are dominating the press, but the real world has a different answer to what the millennial generation does with their cash.
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The numbers of small business listings are at a six-year high. New Q2 2015 data helps explain why more buyers and sellers are entering today's market.
For one Harvard-educated vet, the lessons learned overseas have served as a blueprint for life as an entrepreneur.
These 11 types of data can help you proactively manage your customer list, so you can spot problems (or opportunities for growth) quickly.
How can cities justify financing sports stadiums? Perhaps they could give the money to small businesses instead.
By humanizing its products, Apple is appealing to customers in a way that no tech company has before.
Whatever you write can be clearer, crisper and more compelling
Little tweaks go a long long way in how you show up with your people.
The Republican presidential nominee signed the next Wisconsin state budget into law on Sunday, brushing aside complaints from his own party about the $73 billion spending plan.
The point is to be open and not defensive. Don't even try to deflect.