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Change never seems natural. We naturally repel it and often want to retreat back into our comfort zone so how do you fight that urge?
Identify the underlying issues that are blocking you from reaching your goals this year.
Opulence, excess, and Steve Jobs cosplay are likely to take a well-deserved breather in the year to come.
Living in your left brain? Here's how to strike a better balance.
Here are some of the wackiest devices we've spotted so far at the annual tech trade show.
Let this be the year you become the leader you want to be--in your business, and in life.
2015 was a historic year: Barack Obama joined Facebook, and Tinder went on an ill-advised tweet storm. Here's a look at some of the best trending moments in social media.
Faraday Future finally unveiled its all-electric concept car at CES--and it looks like the Batmobile.
Forbes published its 5th-annual list of young change-makers on Monday, across 20 categories including retail, arts and culture, media, and enterprise technology.
An underdog to Uber in the ride-hailing race, Lyft has a new alliance that could say a lot about the future of American roadways.
The leading Republican candidate releases his first ad. It's simply surprising.
We still don't know how much it will cost or when exactly the product will ship.
In defending Silicon Valley's intensely concentrated wealth, Y Combinator founder ignores the feedback loops that limit social mobility.
Businesses, just like homes, require winterization in order to save money, increase efficiency, and keep things running smoothly in the cold months ahead. Every business from app development to accounting needs to be prepared for when business is slow.
The new way corporations learn about the innovative
Coffee brings people together and inspires us in unique ways.
The Y Combinator founder published an essay over the holiday weekend in which he argues that ending economic inequality would mean destroying the startup ecosystem.
How you can overcome your education and unleash your creativity.
Like most organizations, yours probably has its go-the-extra-mile superstars. According to newresearch, it's those employees whose happiness is most at risk.
Being busy and quickly ticking off tasks from your to-do list doesn't mean you're productive. Experts say if you slow down and focus on less tasks you'll get more done.