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Being a good boss isn't easy. Here are seven habits that will make you liked and respected by your employees.
The case accuses the venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins of sex discrimination.
Feedback promotes growth.
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Building an effective pitch deck is not impossible if you know what to include: here's how to do it.
Ty Warner broke all the business rules to build a plush toy business that became a massive craze.
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It might be time to end some relationships and be more appreciative of others.
There will be big changes in the challenges you face as a leader over the next five years.
You can't buy happiness but you can get more joy out of your money by following these psychological principles.