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When the world's richest man offers career advice, it's smart to listen.
Take a few minutes to do this on Sunday and you'll set yourself up for success all week long.
When done right, a great apology can fix almost anything. But when done poorly...
Most successful entrepreneurs started businesses as kids. Here are 7 who will amaze you.
Now is the perfect time to plan how you will express your gratitude to your customers, suppliers, and employees.
This generation has been saddled by student debt like no other before it. Here's how to get out efficiently.
By learning the secrets in their DNA, Athletigenbelieves athletes can train better and stay healthier.
Part of office life is that most people want to be valued. How, though, to do it successfully?
The professional networking service exceeded investors' expectations for another quarter.
Customer experience is critical for your businesses success.
To establish a unique business with a novel value proposition, it is necessary to focus on a niche or otherwise specific category.
So-called unicorns are being created at a quicker pace than ever before.
An estimated $292.2 billion was spent on U.S. business travel in 2014, and these places are reaping the benefits.
In his latest book, Phishing for Phools, Nobel Prize winning economist Robert J. Shiller concludes that business people will often rely on deceptive practices to make a buck. But that's not the only way.
They help services like Uber and Airbnb maintain quality and trust, but user ratings are riddled with flaws.
If you are a CEO or want to be one, take the time to follow these 5 rules to make your personal and professional life a lot more successful.
Forget about making professional contacts and instead focus on relationship-building.
Like Google and other big tech companies, Apple asks both technical questions and some unusual brain teasers.
Jobs' lifelong interest in the reading about the humanities--throughthese novels in particular--gave Apple a human touch.
Theranos is not a company that plays by the rules. Now it's paying the price.