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Your team is looking to you to shed light on the future. The question is, "What kind of light will you provide?"
Engaging and digestible, these picks by an Amazon editor will make your journey fly by.
Radically increase your odds of making a superstar hire by following these 5 simple steps.
Howwould your relationships change if youstopped defending yourself and instead, thought more about the other person?
Grove is betting its flagship product--a fish tank doubling as a food-growing ecosystem--could change the way you obtain your herbs and vegetables. But disrupting supermarkets is only the beginning of its vision.
We set out to find the smartest and most beautiful products made by entrepreneurs. Check out just how tough the competition was.
The beautiful, smart, and practical winners of Inc.'s third annual design competition represent the best of this year's entrepreneur-made products.
TaskUs's co-founders almost started a frozen-yogurt chain in Argentina. Good thing they hit on the idea of providing back-office services for some of the internet's hottest startups.
Ideally, you want existing customers to do your prospecting for you. Here's how.
Want to learn to give a great speech with a little humor? Here are 30 great examples.
Since the original iPhone was unleashed on the world nearly a decade ago, the rise of mobile devices has taken users and the internet by storm.
Learn more for free with Snapchat than you would spending over $100,000 at Stanford.
The Katerva Awards are the "Nobel Prize of sustainability." Here are three of this year's winners.
Frank and Oak is a men's clothing portal from Montreal, Canada. Recently, it decided to undergo a complete rebrand.
Businesses gain and lose customers on a daily basis.
Sharing leadership may be the most counter-intuitive thing most leaders will ever do. But it gets great results with the best of Servant-Leaders.
Here's why Thunderclap may have to be added to your next social media campaign.
Credibility means trust, and a natural way to earn an audience's trust is through influencer advocates.
Everyone is talking about it: How to be the next Uber or Netflix of your industry - but is it attainable for everyone?
The Sparks, Nevada facility will mass produce Tesla's lithium ion batteries.