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Here are five ways you can use humor at work to be more productive, less stressed, and happier.
Courtney Reum, co-founder of Veev Spirits, explains the importance of sticking to your organizational system.
The corporate and tax structure you choose for your startup will have far reaching --and potentially expensive --impacts, says tax expert and entrepreneur John Hewitt
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Shama Hyder, founder of Marketing Zen Group, says not to get caught up in counting your failures or successes.
In 1998, Bill Gates and Warren Buffett sat down to share some insights into what led to their success. Here are a few highlights.
Aaron Patzer, founder of Mint.com and Fountain, explains why beautiful design isn't the most important ingredient to a successful app.
Getting recognized is a major part of making a major impact. Here's how to do it.
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Everyone has one, but is yours helping to drive new leads and customers?
A new study alleges that major airlines, including Delta and United, are restricting consumer access to airfare information through external booking sites.
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As Baby Boomers retire and it becomes painfully obvious that there aren't enough experienced Gen-Xers to replace them, it's people like Amanda Holmes that illustrate that there are plenty of Millennials who have mastered business at a young age and are ready, willing and able to take the reins of established companies and help them grow and thrive.
By 2016, we are expected to be north of 2 billion social media users.
Three essential office products for your company.