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Our Chicago education startups such as ThinkCERCA aren't making headlines about valuations. Instead, they're gaining traction, earningprofits and providing meaningful solutions to students. Isn't that what technology is supposed to do?
Make an appointment with BookATailor's new app, and the startup will drive its mobile showroom to your doorstep.
Diane Greene, a member of Google's board, sold her cloud computing startup Bebop Technologies to the search giant's parent company for $380 million.
Got an open-plan office? Playing this sort of sound could make your team more productive, science suggests.
Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO of digital agency Vayner Media, explains the "Buzzfeedification" of media and the power of fear.
As regulations continue to change, here's what you need to know stay on top of your insurance.
You need to learn how to push without offending the hiring manager or undercutting yourself.
New patent-pending smart spout allows any cocktail enthusiast to be a mixologist.
The electric car company reported a weak delivery number in the fourth quarter of 2015--and its not the first time it has under delivered.
Here's what you need to know if you want a better job, better career, and better life in 2016.
Johnny Schillereff, founder of Element, explains why it's important for entrepreneurs to connect the dots between their product and end consumers.
The choices are growing and their power is increasing.
It's the show for all things tech, and these small companies are ready to make a splash.
The New Year is upon us, but what is in store for marketers? 10 experts share their forecasts for 2016.
Dave Whorton, founder of The Tugboat Group, reveals the advice that helped him transform his company's weekly meetings.
Embrace this one lesson and your business will benefit for a long time.
Scooter Braun, founder of SB Projects and Justin Bieber's manager, explains the most important lesson he learned from DreamWorks founder David Geffen.
Apart from getting really good value out of your book purchases.
2016 will likely bring its share of speed bumps, challenges, and obstacles, but the good news is that you get to choose your response.
Entrepreneurs are increasingly choosing to launch new products through crowdfunding and pre-sales. And soon, promising product launches at high-tech's most famous event--the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas--will be all but eliminated.