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Aim to be good, not shiny.
It's tough to sell yourself, especially if what you're selling is fake.
Mark Zuckerberg's Twitter and Pinterest accounts were taken over by a hacker. Here is how to protect your social media accounts from similar problems.
A new study reveals that for one particular personality type, urban environments are better.
Going all in on cloud can boost the bottom line and helps tighten company security.
Telling an introvert to go to a party is like telling a saint to go to hell.
Meet 7 artificial intelligence programs who want to be your new best friend.
Through letters and articles, the Nobel Prize-winning author shared inspiring--and practical--advice for writers seeking to improve their craft.
Rapidly changing technology is forcing companies to constantly iterate and improve their business processes.
For physical retailers to compete with eCommerce, shoppers expect savvier retailers with employees who understand and anticipate their needs. This is how that vision becomes a reality.
There's one specific toxic trait that will surely strip you of your joy and vitality, kill collaboration, and send your best people packing.
Downloading these free apps will save you time, money and stress on the road.
Shabnam Mogharabi, CEO of the media and production company Soul Pancake, explains why she sets up group interviews to see if potential employees fit in with the company culture.
Being in a "boring" industry doesn't mean you can't build excitement - just ask Hamilton.
As more people make efforts to avoid online ads, content marketing fills the need for influencing consumer decisions.
How to find a career that is perfectly suited to your skills, talents, and interests.
Jay Pharoah, stand-up comic and Saturday Night Live star, describes a public speaking lesson he got from Tracy Morgan.
When embarking on massive transformational change, preparation is needed to ensure success. Here are 6 steps that you can take to get the effort off to a strong start.
Build your professional credibility--and your business--by establishing yourself as a leading expert in your field. Here's how.
A Candid Interview With Aerosmith Guitarist Brad Whitford About His New Project: Whitford St. Holmes
An exclusive interview about music, the music business, and the difference between being in a startup versus a "Fortune 500 band"