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This versatile laplet can project a presentation on a screen, scan a 3-D object, and works as a highly capable laptop
Part 1 of 3 in a series covering BizBuySell's survey "The Demographics of U.S. Small Business Buyers & Sellers"
Achieving revenue growth and employee retentionsimultaneously requires a lot, but there is one very important rulecompanies should consider to be successful at both.
Growth companies must evolve their recruiting and become hiring experts
How the Vivino online wine community is helping 17 million Users choose their next bottle
Use this simple framework to attract and endear yourself to potential clients, especially if you're a small business or solopreneur.
Leading the way with actionable insights and security for unstructured data
All sorts of places want you to share for exposure. All you're likely to get is a bad cold.
Regardless of your confidence and drive, without a handful of traits it's hard to get people to follow you.
How to achieve long-term success with small, daily changes in your mindset
This week, Inc. editors and writers talk about men's razor subscription company Harry's, how companies are being sued for misusing biometric technology, and how Toni Ko sold her makeup company NYX.
With a fresh round of funding from General Mills, Kite Hill plans to grow distribution of its nut milk cheeses and yogurts.
Apple's new destination store is meant to function as a town center.
New research from WalletHub finds that Voorhees, New Jersey and College Park, Georgia are among the cities where graduates suffer the most from student loan debt.
Researchers who study creativity say a lot of what we think we know is wrong.
Why the most obnoxious salespeople are actually doing the wrong things, and what the best ones do instead
Great startups are emerging to help workers of every kind escape from the pain points, drudgery and exhausting tasks that get in the way of their goals
How do you measure success? Ask a group of entrepreneurs, and you're guaranteed to get a different answer from each one.
The day is coming when workspaces will be designed for AIs as well as humans. This is what they'll look like.
Learn to spot strong vs. weak writing skills before making a job offer.