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Jay Pharoah, stand-up comic and Saturday Night Live star, explains why you need to be willing to take big risks if you want to be successful in business.
The science of "not Invented here" syndrome and why borrowing others' ideas is smarter, but harder on the brain.
Just say no to these outdated, ineffective practices
Ride like a pro. Or at least ride.
Can you cultivate a billionaire mindset while launching your startup? Here's a fitness app that can help. LIFTSession
They let their people do it
In an interview with Inc. editor James Ledbetter at the GrowCo Conference in Las Vegas, investor Chris Sacca explains why he believes "theres a 100 percent chance Mark Cuban will be president."
Hint: they don't succumb to vanity activities.
In a must-watch TED Talk, positive psychologist Shawn Achor gives five definitive ways you can become more positive - and attract more opportunities.
Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit, explains why some of the website's most important features had nothing to do with the people working there.
Connect your employees and customers to your values.
The IRS has been granted more time to snoop for fraud. But delays in $100 billion in refunds could impact 30 million taxpayers--especially those who really need their refunds quickly.
Instead of focusing so intently on getting new customers, try devising strategies to keep your existing ones instead.
Here's how to use your nest egg's powers for good.
Cybersecurity will undergo a few upgrades in the coming year or two, in an attempt to stump hackers.
The two should work hand-in-hand. Here's how.
This is how the tycoon ensures he controls his schedule -- not the other way around.
Great ideas are not accidental, even if they sure seem to be. Here are eight things you can do any time (especially when you travel) that almost take no effort and no time, that may lead to your 'aha' moment.
Microsoft is shooting their own foot by nagging users intomaking an upgrade.
Invincea CEO and Founder Anup Ghosh reveals why legacy security systems need to up their game.