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America's wealthiest employees provide their list of the books that you should be reading this summer.
Promoting women-led business will get us to a more productive society.
"Being able to speak in public is one of the five vital business skills that can either make or break a company." -- Dr. Jan Yager
Microsoft's acquisition of German firm 6Wunderkinder this week for an undisclosed sum is part of its broader effort to win friends in the mobile world.
Taco Bell says it will serve beer, wine and "mixed alcohol freezes" at a new location set to open in Chicago this summer.
Declare your intentions in a formal statement. Just don't call it a mission anymore.
Simply being in the right mental state can do wonders for your performance, communication guru Gina Barnett says.
Despite what critics say, email isn't dead--it's evolving with the data revolution. It's time for companies to innovate in email using contextual data or risk being relegated to the trash bin.
The best employees aren't always the ones who make the best impression--at least right off the bat. Look deeper and you may find a different reality.
Modern furniture retailer Design Within Reach turned to 99-year-old design legend Jens Risom to create a classic storage product for the 21st century.
Why Getting Funding Can Destroy Your Company’s Culture–and How to Make Sure It Doesn’t
If you've gotten Series A funds--celebrate! Then make sure your company's unique character doesn't change.
Less than a year before he died, Carr told graduating Berkeley students how to make the most of their careers and their lives.
Site speed is one of many factors that Google measures, but loading times may not actually directly correlate to higher rankings at all.
Brin, who oversees Google's self-driving car initiative, told shareholders Wednesday that the cars aren't perfect. The goal is to be "better than human drivers."
Three pieces of advice the comedian would give any ambitious entrepreneur, minus the expletives.
It's unclear whether the entrepreneur will stay on as editor-in-chief now that Verizon owns her news site. If she doesn't, we could see her pursuing one of these second acts.
It's not the technology but the attitude toward it that is the problem.
One of the company's biggest investors isn't afraid to say what he thinks needs fixing.
The state's unique business development programs and sophisticated manufacturing base help businesses of all sizes tap into aerospace and defense contracts.
Here's how the socially-conscious retailer turned a rare misstep into an opportunity to change worker conditions in its supply chain.