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Teaching kids to be entrepreneurs isn't about the warm-and-fuzzies; it's about teaching them the real skills they'll need to succeed.
Stock options are an attractive proposition for certain companies, but you shouldn't buy into the practice lightly.
If you're calculating your own numbers, you're wasting millions.
We could all use a little help getting our creative juices flowing now and again.
Studies show that stress on the job can shave almost 3 years off your life.
Why everyone is missing the point in the controversy over the videogame panels.
Preparation is the key to solving everyone's biggest complaint about conferences and trade shows.
If you're interested in an SBA loan for your business, read on to get the quick facts about each SBA loan program to determine the best choice for your business.
Remember this important rule of thumb: Hire slow, and fire fast.
Inspiring ideas that you may want to invest in.
The Senate approved the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act, to the dismay to the tech world. See what people are saying about the bill.
You can't do it all, but you don't want unqualified people doing it either.
Are you confused about Obamacare? Why you need to know how health insurance now impacts your taxes.
We must cherish our brains, enrich them, and make sure they know how important they are to us.
Here are the obvious signs that you're well-liked in your office.
A light touch helps when you have to play the heavy
Strong leaders inspire their players to perform their best--often through a clear guiding philosophy. Here are the doctines of a few all-time greats.
There's no magic formula to help you achieve your business goals faster, but you'll be well on your way by avoiding these bad habits.
Getting angry, trying to control the situation, and even being verbally abusive are not the right reactions to bad news. Here's what confident people do instead.
Early-stage entrepreneurs are continually faced with the dilemma of what to invest in --and the investment most essential to make.