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Wondering what will happen in 2015? Here Inc. columnists prognosticate for your benefit.
Chobani founder tells Inc. of his dreams for 2015, shortly before his ouster.
Xiaomi, the phone company recently valued at $45 billion, doubled its sales in 2014.
Stay on top of the hiring game in 2015
From pain points to pricing, these 13 tactics will help alleviate any miscommunication during the sales process.
At the Consumer Electronics Show, held in Las Vegas this week, the Internet of Things takes center stage.
Why aren't more talented women making it to the top? The answer isn't what you might think.
The aim is for the Falcon 9 rocket to land on an open-ocean platform.
What NOT to do in social media in 2015
Putting your hand in the company cookie jar? Not on Marcus Lemonis' watch.
See what the famed theme park and the tech juggernaut have in common.
Your goal is to become dinner table conversation, Neil Blumenthal says.
The Consumer Electronics Show begins Tuesday at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
A lively demographic with an aptitude for tech, Generation Y could be the key to your success. Just don't mess it up.
The Facebook CEO will start a reading program, and he hopes to read a book every two weeks in 2015.
Thinking of hiring your first sales rep? Read this first.
Long-term change doesn't result from attempts to make incremental improvements.
Brandi Temple, the founder of children's clothing line Lolly Wolly Doodle, says you need to be smart enough to know when you can't accomplish every task.
While it's tempting to leave your business behind for your ideal position, remember that you're perfectly capable of turning your current job into its very own offer you can't refuse.
No matter how much you love your business and what you do, there will come a time for retirement.