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A Harvard psychologist's new book about first impressions offers some startling suggestions about first meetings.
This single activity creates a holistic and rounded approach to goal-setting and achieving results.
From automated payments processors to lending firms, financial tech companies are poised to steal up to $4.7 trillion from banks. Here are the rising startups to keep on your radar.
Get more done in less time by focusing on better outcomes rather than sheer output. Here's how.
The former vice president spoke Thursday at Cheetah Mobile's Connect 2016 conference in San Francisco.
The majority of Silicon Valley is still male and white, but Candice Morgan, Pinterest'sfirst head of diversity,is on a mission to change that.
Holacracy is not the only major transition the company is enduring.
The music industry wants to hear from you. Marc LaCorte, executive vice president of Schecter Guitars, explains what catches his eye.
Graham -- predictably? -- says that Okung just didn't get it.
Another iconic founder is out of the role he created for himself. But can he really say goodbye?
Your attitudes and actions will spread like the flu to your team. Make sure you're only passing down productive and positive ones.
Political and business leaders are heading to the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland, next week to discuss solutions to problems brought about by the globalization of technology.
If you're a local business struggling to get visibility in local search results, follow these 10 steps.
You can never turn your employees into you, but can do a great many things to bridge the gap.
The home page is dead, long live the homepage.
The Harvard Business Review has created a calculator that appears to show you all the money that goes down the drain as meetings drone on.
Money never loves you back.