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Twelve founders offer their advice on how to increase the value of your company long before a deal is on the table.
Inc. traveled to Colorado to witness companies' efforts to cash in on the pot-smoker's holiday.
Simply stated, if you want to engage people, tell a story.
"Perfection is the enemy of profit," is just one harsh reality leaders would be wise to embrace. There are 10 others that savvy leaders should know.
Black spending is growing faster than that of any other segment and to reach this crucial demographic your brand needs to engage the black community.
Mobile websites are becoming more important than ever. Make sure yours is set up to drive sales.
One of the greatest challenges your company will face is growing sales and measuring the true ROI on sales' efforts. Spending smart money on sales is an important key to sustained company growth.
"Mobilegeddon" is upon us! Is your business prepared for the shakeup in search results?
A group representing Wal-Mart workers is asking labor regulators to go to court to force the discounter to rehire all 2,200 employees affected by the abrupt temporary closing of five stores in four states a week ago.
Mark Cuban and 'Shark Tank' co-hosts Robert Herjavec and Kevin O'Leary went all in on a fledgling startup with just $22,000 in sales. Here's why.
Galloping governmentalism: A true threat to healthy entrepreneurship.
Jesse Lipson, founder of Sharefile, explains who you need to hire to optimize both the business and its acquisition.
If you want to excel you need to do things differently than most other people. Here's where to start.
You want to find people that will do more than just offer a check.
Once you've established your brand online, you might want to consider opening a brick and mortar location, too.
Launching a company presents many challenges, but you'll typically find that you're more than capable of handling all of them.
Jennifer Fleiss says customers are now more comfortable with the idea of purchasing shared goods than in previous years.
Tanner Goods has created a signature brand by tapping into its quirky community of local artists.
Your worst mistakes probably don't come close to these gigantic goof ups.