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Watch out for these three ways the working life can wear your down.
These morning rituals are guaranteed to keep you sharp all day. Pick and choose the ones that resonate with you and make your day super effective.
The rise of the online influencer has led to marketers embracing influencer marketingas an effective way to reach a targeted audience.
The inspiring story of how one woman built a thriving business using extremely unpromising raw materials.
There is no single path to the top -- today's most successful people got there in an almost infinite variety of different ways.
This week, Inc. editors and writers talk about Chet Kanojia's new startup, Under Armour's entry into the wearable game, and a new class at Stanford that brings real military battlefield problems to grad students to solve.
Getting on the first page of Google is never an easy task. Nevertheless, it can be done in the long-term if you play by Google's rules.
While small business owners can't afford the millions necessary for a Super Bowl ad, there are numerous ways you can cost-effectively grow your brand's awareness in the community.
The owner of a fashion boutique chain tries to stop employees who aren't "small" from wearing the boutique's clothes on Instagram.
Getting socked in by the weather can happen to anyone. So why not make the most of it?
Shares for the professional networking site plunged as much as 28 percent in after-hours trading Thursday.
Reports say some of us will be replaced by robots. Here are a few new candidates.
If you're a hot tech startup, you set up in Silicon Valley, right? Maybe not. The prevailing wisdom might be changing along with the area codes
Young businesses should stay focused on Main Street, not Wall Street
Dave Whorton, founder of The Tugboat Group, explains why today's definition of entrepreneurial success centers on the wellbeing of the company.
The past and the future of music came together at NAMM, and point to a world where people seamlessly shift between the two.
The fact is, a brand advocate is way more valuable to you than just a social share. This is what one looks like in real life.
Why entrepreneurs need to focus on building companies with viable business models and actual revenue streams.
Johnny Schillereff, founder of Element, explains why entrepreneurs who sell their companies but stay onboard need to be prepared for changes.
Build a better team by implementing a consistent employee onboarding process at your startup.