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Just in time for holiday party season, these companies are making it easier to overindulge without regret.
A look inside how a startup competes for university engineering candidates.
Some are unrealistic, and some are just plain offensive. These are the worst products that entered the consumer market in 2015.
You can't control interest rates and the stock market, but you can control a lot of the discretionary part of your lifestyle
Are you chasing a job? The one that's going to land you a six figure salary, the one that's going to pay back your student loans and help you buy that gorgeous dream house.
The beginning of 2016 is upon was. In less than a month, we'll have the opportunity to start the New Year with a fresh set of goals.
Ridesharing companies oppose the new ordinance and say it carries privacy issues and would make driving gigs less flexible.
Meanwhile, support for CEO Marissa Mayer is eroding.
These are phrases you hear so very often. Why do they often seem a touch insincere?
The Tesla CEO and other tech titans arethrowing their fortunes behind a new non-profit research firm aimed at advancing AI technology while keeping it safe for humanity.
If you use stress to your advantage, you can make your employees feel more bonded to each other and to your company.
Yes, a lot of employees spend their workday looking for stuff to buy online--but they aren't spending as much time as you think.
Examining five components to global expansion
Lincoln on Leadership shows us how history remains the greatest teacher.
With Ted Cruz pulling to front-runner status in recent Iowa voter polling, here are five things to know about the Texas Senator.
This handful of business books stand out among the thousands published in the year 2015.
Smart cities seem inevitable at this point, but entrepreneurs should keep some things in mind if they want to build a business on the "Internet of Things."
Leadership opportunities to enhance loyalty and productivity in your most valuable resource - your people
Plans are often very good things, but traditional approaches can be overwhelming and take too long.
New research suggests that socially responsible gifts (i.e., a donation to a charity, or fair-trade cocoa)does little for the recipient, and boosts the giver's ego.