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You know the type. They exist in every office--but can they change?
These practices and habits have made me a more conscious individual. They are all powerful in their own way.
Stacey Ferreira, co-founder of AdMoar, describes what she does to stand out and gain respect in board meetings as a Millennial.
After previous testing in smaller areas, this represents the project's most ambitious step yet.
The electronics company expects recovery as early as the current quarter, with the impending arrival of the V10 and Nexus 5x smartphones.
Flying is a chore, but it doesn't have to be unproductive.
Dan Price, founder of Gravity Payments, explains why workers generally don't believe employers who says it's fine to tell the truth.
Why perfection will trip you up.
It's up to us to correct the crooked lens through which we look at the world.
Are you more of a Taylor Swift or a Smaug on social?
An "old school" hour helps Mark Zuckerberg's employees remember what is important.
How the head of the shapewear company reins in indecisive, time-consuming meetings.
If you ever go home at the end of the day saying, "I have no idea what I did today," then maybe it's time to start tracking.
Creating an employer brand isn't something that a lot of growing companies are actively thinking about, but it is critical.
If you're going to spend a quarter of your life working you might as well be happy doing it.
Want to be more successful? Step two is to make sure your body helps drive you forward instead of holding you back.
My story of the acquisition that wasn't.
Tired of working for someone else? Start your own business! Here are 10 ideas.
There are certain things that are taboo to talk about with your colleagues. But just because we don't talk about them doesn't mean they don't exist. Let's lay bare some of the hard truths about success.
A new study suggests that we can all stop stressing about how little sleep modern life allows us.