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Doug Menuez, photographer and author of Fearless Genius, explains what he learned from former Apple CEO John Sculley about the incredible value of diversity.
Reinventing oneself as an entrepreneurial leader will be critical over the next handful of years... and it's easier than you think with these three steps.
Zinepak founders Brittany Hodak and Kim Kaupe on the practical -- and emotional -- realities of bootstrapping a startup.
When you're a younger entrepreneur, it's crucial that you're honest about your knowledge and mature about your actions, says Ocho co-founder Jourdan Urbach.
As weekend brunch becomes a competitive sport across America, a new breed of apps aims to more efficiently connect diners with their beloved Eggs Benedict and bacon.
Sometimes stepping to the side can be a step forward.
Don't miss the tweets, tips and tricks of these 20 digital marketing smarties.
In an era where we look for fancy ways to leverage technology or craft complex algorithms to influence buying patterns, let's get back to good old-fashioned caring about our customers.
Connecting ideas, technology and people across traditional boundaries leads to innovative solutions.
The KISS frontman has some interesting thoughts about loving one's work.
Did you try to learn programming but felt like too far behind? A late-blooming techie has the perfect pep talk for you.
No tricks, no gimmicks, no unusual clothing required.
By quitting as CFO of Google, Patrick Pichette is living a new model for success
Even if you think you would never, ever, not in a million years, discriminate on the basis of gender, double check what you're doing. What you think is right may not be fair.
Have you ever thought about what makes you say, "That person has a great attitude!"? Here is the how-to for converting the concept of a positive attitude into thoughts, words and actions.
When coworkers are undermining you by scoffing at your plans to return to work after having a baby, how should you respond?
The last thing you say in a sales email is often the most important.
Thomas J. Stanley, the author of The Millionaire Next Door died last Saturday in a car crash. His legacy will be an understanding of how many wealthy business owners think and act differently than we might expect.
With the constant flood of technology it's easy to not be up-to-date with the latest advancements and gadgets. This is especially evident in the event industry.
Running a successful business takes a seemingly endless supply of time and energy, but you may feel as though your business is slowing dying despite your best efforts.