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These four new developments force wise companies to reevaluate if it is time to move production back to the USA.
You can't avoid online trolls, but you can decide how you're going to respond to them.
Quick process can help you eliminate a negative thought - right now.
It's hard to be a great leader if you constantly demotivate your followers. Here is how the best leaders encourage their teams.
It's not uncommon for collaborative projects to fall apart. Here are some tips to ensure you and your collaborators stay on track.
At a recent event a half dozen accelerators shared advice for startups looking to apply.
Are you using a push strategy or a pull strategy for innovating? Here's what you should be doing.
Good relationships with those who truly matter to you are priceless. But they don't stay good without effort. Here are some ways to keep them thriving.
Shark infested waters: what you can learn about swimming in the treacherous currents of entrepreneurship.
There's more to stylish office design than just workstations and meeting rooms.
The home-sharing giant now faces harsh legislation in its hometown just days after dealing with intense scrutiny over a city-wide ad campaign.
I love podcasting. The reason I love it is because I rarely need to think about it.
"Follow Your Passion" is an overused and generic phrase. Below is another method that may just do the trick in helping people's careers.
Six Lessons from the master of influence.
Stop boring yourself -- and others -- silly at events!
The latest in a series: five who made it, and whose stories should inspire you to believe you can, too.
Captivate your audience by mimicking the style of Steve Jobs, Tony Robbins, and other powerful speakers of our time.
Perhaps most of life is mediocre -- that is, average. But you can get beyond the ordinary with work and determination.
He was labeled brash and difficult. So why did some choose to follow him wherever he went?
He's been labeled as brash and difficult. So why did some choose to follow him wherever he went?