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Ana Flores, founder of Latina Bloggers Connect, explains why media companies need to be authentic if they want to attract both readers and advertisers.
Building a business from the ground up is no easy task. Here are a few tips from an entrepreneur who has been there.
The music business has changed, but the art of making great music has not.
The genius of true entrepreneurship is the willingness to create new worlds rather than simply fix problems.
In the latest installment of Hype Men, you'll learn how to take advantage of people's preconceived notions to get them to buy from you.
Luke Sherwin, co-founder of the mattress startup Casper, explains why the last five minutes of a meeting are typically the most important.
The next future is always around the corner according to multimillionaire entrepreneur and investor.
Some people feel destined to be entrepreneurs, but many of us are building towards entrepreneurship without even realizing it. Here are the signs.
Exhausted at work? 5 quick tips to immediately boost your brain and body energy: no gym equipment required.
And no this isn't a grumpy old man article.
It can be as simple as managing your email replies.
Use these 11 simple tips to instantly become more well-liked among your peers.
Mistakes in business are not a matter of if, they are a matter of when. Here's how to rebound like a pro the next time you make a huge mistake.
On balance, Clinton's small business proposals are as innovative as an internal combustion engine--that is, they're innovative for the 19th century.
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Here are 4 things you need to do to assure you let your team be creative, and what your boss needs to do to let you be creative.
It's a lot more nuanced than we thought.
They're not a time and energy suck; they're preventing burn out.
Stress is not fun. It makes you feel a bit frayed around the edges. Yet, it can also motivate you to get more work done.
Studies show that employee productivity decreases during the summer. Here are some do's and don't that can help keep the workplace productive.