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The threat of a startup failure always looms large. Here's how to mitigate risk by launching your idea as a side project.
The tech industry is revitalizing once depressed economies even as manufacturing and other sectors have taken a hit, and that's great news for techies.
Not a single Fortune 500 was started with a business plan; not one. They understood that the second worst thing someone starting a business can do is create a traditional business plan, and the worst thing they can do is follow it.
The Arizona Cardinals announced that they have hired the first-ever female NFL coach, Jen Welter. Can professional sports be the catalyst that shatters the glass ceiling?
We will have a new President in less than 18 months and that President will affect the profitability of our companies in the months after that. Donald Trump could be that person and it's important that we pay attention.
CEO of digital agency VaynerMedia Gary Vaynerchuk explains why he's confident he can run any type of business, what most NGOs are doing wrong, and why being a young entrepreneur has nothing to do with age.
When the world enters the workplace: How leaders can avoid confrontation and encourage constructive discussion
It's easy to think that we leave the world outside when we enter the workplace. But our working environment is made up of human beings, after all, and our opinions, biases, and prejudices slip through even the tightest security screens.
Alberto Perlman, co-founder of Zumba, explains why there's no hierarchy of ideas at Zumba.
This simple question reveals what kind of businessperson you really are.
The quest for perfection could be your biggest barrier to success.
Nine surefire signals that you're in the wrong place.
Steve Jobs, J.K. Rowling, and others kept running into walls. Here's how they finally broke through.
This Hilarious TED Talk Demonstrates Every Bad Meeting You've Ever Attended--And What to Do About It
Ever sat through one of these? Here's what to do next time you get a meeting invite.
And come out the other side in the best shape possible.
The Tie Bar CEO Michael Alter offers five key steps for successful bootstrapping, from hiring the right team to staying frugal.
These rules aren't keeping your team in line; they're making them less productive.
There are reasons all that effort that goes into building a network rarely results in generating new customers -- so make sure that doesn't happen to you.
Microsoft's new operating system debuts Wednesday, as the longtime leader in PC software struggles to carve out a new role in a world where people increasingly rely on smartphones, tablets and information stored online.
However, savvy businesses have learned that as soon as they get a database of promising leads, a significant portion of that database is already out of date.
In just a few minutes a day you can find small ways to take care of yourself that don't cut into your busy schedule.