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Don't Be Obsessed By Where The Other Guys Are Heading
If I'd known this 18 months ago, on paper at least (and only), I would already have paper markups equal to the whole fund.
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The Road Previously Traveled: What I learned from Ken Chenault, Scott Cook and Mark Benioff, Leaders who've been there before
There is no cruise control on the road to entrepreneurial success.
How Facebook uses playtime to boost creativity.
To avoid angering your employees or your supervisors, follow these steps.
The entertainment giant is about to kick off the second year of its Disney Accelerator program.
This week Inc. editors and writers discuss research on the factors that make entrepreneurs feel satisfied, the controversy over $90,000 art prints made from Instagram photos, and the last remaining rubber duck factory in America.
Remote meetings come with their own unique set of etiquette guidelines.
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The gains in productivity, creativity, and overall work-life satisfaction are hard to ignore.
Experiment and track results to know what works for your brand.
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Breathe: It's not the end of the world.
When facing a time crunch, resist pressure to back-burner time for reflection.
The upgrade will give Android's personal assistant, Google Now, expanded powers of intuition that may be greeted as a great convenience to some and a tad too creepy for others.
Apple has bought a company that makes augmented-reality software, which adds information or images to real-world scenes when viewed through a special headset or even a smartphone camera.
Prosecutors are asking a Manhattan judge to sentence a San Francisco man who created the online drug-peddling site Silk Road to decades in prison.
Lessons from a serial tinkerer