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A new study suggests maybe sitting all day isn't so bad. Maybe.
Sometimes we just need to take a step back from whatever it is we're doing, and inspire ourselves to try again until we achieve our goal.
Use the pivoting technique to communicate more effectively.
Serial entrepreneur David Norris almost died from a staph infection. The experience inspired him to launch a big data startup providing physician performance transparency.
These 4 strategies help you improve those odds.
Lena Dunham, Zooey Deschanel, Derek Jeter, Gwyneth Paltrow: There's never been a better time to be a famous person with publishing pretensions.
For anyone looking to learn about company culture first hand, there is no better event to attend than NewCo.
Appearing on ABC's Shark Tank isn't for every entrepreneur. Now you can compete for investment dollars with less glitz--and greater odds.
A more intuitive experience will be key to stoking user growth, the CEO said during the company's Q3 earnings call.
The tech giant says it plans to keep setting new iPhone sales records.
Jack Dorsey has vowed to make Twitter easier to use. So far, investors are optimistic he can turn the business around.
Your job as a developer is stressful enough, so having helpful tools in your arsenal is recommended!
Contracted drivers for Amazon Prime Now say they have been treated as employees.
The largest retailer in the US has joined Google, Facebook, and Amazon in the great race to get commercial drones in the skies. Should you apply for commercial use?
This entrepreneur developed an app that can mitigate the dangers of texting while driving.
There's only one skill you need to get ahead.
When it comes down to you or them, your persuasion skills need to kick into high gear. Here's how you can succeed in any showdown.
Overwhelmed trying to keep up with the data tsunami? You aren't alone.
A new survey from business consultancy Deloitte shows that holiday shoppers will spend more on themselves this year than last year.
Forget frequent flier rewards programs. Here's why some road warriors are turning to monthly flying memberships.