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Make sure you do your homework
There's a reason running a family business or launching a company with friends can get sticky. Don't let a good relationship blind you from making sound decisions.
Great leaders ask these three questions when making any decision.
Susan Lyne, president of BBG Ventures at AOL, explains the key to an effective pitch that will convince investors to back your startup.
How many of these do you get wrong?
It's time for pro-nap people and caffeine lovers to call off the war -- the answer to maximum afternoon productivity is both.
An aversion to vacations is an Achilles heel even among the strongest entrepreneurs.
An investor takes a thorough look at the pros and cons of using convertible debt in start-up investment rounds.
Networking options have proliferated and social media platforms have democratized making connections, however, the success of your product or service may come from networking exclusively with less.
Sometimes it's hard to feel in work mode. Here Inc. experts share how to get going when you're motivation is slack.
Rebecca Minkoff, co-founder of the eponymous ready-to-wear fashion brand, describes her reaction after discovering a tannery had dyed her leather the wrong color.
Your approach to fundraising can make or break the future stability of your startup.
Even without changing the agenda or the presentations, you can create a more memorable experience
6 Reasons Why the TPP Trade Deal is Great for America
Running a business requires a clear, relaxed mind. Use these simple tips to get stress-free in a moments notice.
Here's the 60-second email rule to help you communicate better, reduce email embarrassment, and look more professional.
You're probably not worrying about these parts of your business enough.
Penetrating these rapidly growing markets can mean exponential growth for your company.
Sometimes layoffs are the only thing you can do to keep your business afloat. Do them right and you don't need to worry.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says the Philadelphia-based retailer plans to phase in the change next month.