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The legislation the president pushed Congress to pass in his State of the Union address is well-meaning, but unlikely to be as effective as it sounds.
Marketing technology is changing entire marketing departments, but the action is also happening at other business intersections.
Recently, South Korea's technology setting has drawn attention from huge Silicon Valley giants like Google and Facebook, whose founder Mark Zuckerberg visited the country two times in 2 years.
Even though stress feels like part of our everyday lives, stress management is still a challenge for most of us. Here are some proven ways to deal with stress before you melt down.
There are lots of things to do to build a company without any funds. As a matter of fact, you may get pretty far with just online access, time and concise vision.
Other major carriers could be pressured to offer better deals.
NFL, players union programs introduce players to small-business basics.
In a fast-growing startup, how do you keep employees trained and up to speed?
What happens before an interview can be far more important than what happens during one.
Back to the Future was a cute movie. It might make a better marketing strategy.
A Tale of Two Lilies
Take control of how you start your day--don't let the start of your day control you.
Prioritization is the single least-developed skill among successful people.
When the president suggested he'd like to raise taxes in Tuesday's State of the Union address, it caused a firestorm.
Are you blind to your not-so-nice communication style? Ask yourself these questions and find out.
People who consistently under-tip are revealing a not-too-pretty side to their character.
Media coverage can be fantastic--but you'll have to relinquish control over how your company's story is told.
Steve Blank explores how women founders are making it in the Big Apple.
After it bombed with Windows 8, Microsoft has skipped version 9 and is set to show off Windows 10.
With most hotels already booked, corporate spectators and sponsors of the big game can turn to Airbnb for last-minute accommodations -- for a price.