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As a Speaker of the House candidate, Paul Ryan makes it clear family comes first. What that means for other working dads.
Look beyond office giveaways and provide encouragement that has great long-term benefits.
Breaking out of everyday behaviors can help you discover new ideas and positive habit changes.
Does your morning routine reflect your work ethic? Read on for various habits and what they could say about you.
Nobody aspires to be just a good leader. Greatness is the goal, and these simple strategies can help you achieve it.
Including a happiness secret from seniors and a new, simple trick to lift your mood.
Find out why the tech giant consistently tops lists of best places to work.
Here are 5 tips to tighten your collections system so that you collect more of what you are owed.
Follow this example and your audience will be hooked.
Is email taking up more of your day than you'd like? Here's how to make it stop.
Others judge you by what you say--even when you don't realize it. Here's the definitive list of the words and phrases you need to banish from your vocabulary.
The first winner of Obvious Venture's#worldpositive prize had a few qualities you ought to know.
Bogus product reviews aren't just bad for customers--they're also bad for business.
Being humble is a quality to embrace in yourself and others. Here's why.
CB Insights's online survey pits unicorn companies against each other in a March Madness-style competition.
Summit shares the magic formula behind staging conferences that attract the interest of leading entrepreneurs.
Stockpile is hoping its novel spin on buying stock will strike a chord with everyday shoppers.
Crowdfunding is changing lives in a big way.
A former Stanford dean worries that parents have ruined their kids' psyches and have damaged their chances of success.
Two computer scientists have come up with a way to translate strings of ones and zeroes into poems that double as nearly uncrackable passwords.