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The best leaders inspire their teams to think for themselves. You can do this by with one simple skill - listening.
ISIS' tax structure is burdensome, and may be the biggest threat to its survival.
Craig Lack, a basketball-player-turned-entrepreneur, makes millions teaching healthcare loopholes to today's biggest companies. This is how he got there.
To truly triumph, focus more on what makes you unique and then scream those differences from the mountaintops.
Resolutions don't work, but this simple but powerful process just might.
If you could share one piece of advice, what would it be? Six successful entrepreneurs weigh in.
It's time to make changes in your workplace to make it a better place for everyone.
When a manager wants to socialize all the time, how can you diplomatically pull the plug and get back to work?
George Zimmer achieved the American Dream and grew his business to $2.5 billion in sales. Then came the Great American Nightmare when his board fired him. The entrepreneur talks about the crash and what he learned.
His book picks are as eclectic and as interesting as his music.
Brand storytelling has evolved and it's capitalizing on the prosumerism movement. Here's what you need to know about Transmedia Marketing and why it's the future of brand storytelling.
The future has arrived.
Jackpot! The billionaire lifestyle might be for you, after all.
With the Powerball jackpot at a record $1.4 billion, this startup may have figured out a different way to win.
The retired player, coach and manager talks long-term strategy and discipline.
The Oracle of Omaha may have a lot of great advice--but it's highly unlikely that you're going to be able to replicated his success.
It wasn't until this entrepreneur thought he was down to his last few weeks that he fully began to understand what life was all about, and how business and work should fit into it.
Luis von Ahn, CEO of Duolingo, shares some tips and tricks for learning a new language this year.
Marcus Lemonis, host of CNBC's 'The Profit', explains to Bridget Platt, CEO of Daddy's Deployed, how she can expand her book idea into a series of offerings.
Yahoo's CEO employs a familiar management style, but she lacks the thing that made Apple, Amazon and Tesla great.