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When you are truly in the company of brilliant people it's hard not to feel intimidated. Genius Moncef Slaoui of GlaxoSmithKline shares what helps regular people be super smart.
Don Charlton, founder of Jazz, explains how he made clients take his company seriously, even when his team consisted of just two interns.
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Beyond revenues and profits, small businesses' IT aptitude will start playing a larger role in building value and attracting buyers
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Valerie Casey, CPO of Samsung's Global Innovation Center, explains why technology has allowed for more space for innovation in the middle class market.
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Instead of chasing down the next big thing, focus on the talent right under your nose.
Should you try something similar?
Celebrated innovation firm IDEO lays out a quick exercise to get brilliant ideas flowing.
How you handle yourself in the kitchen can show you the happiest way to run your business.
Forget a City 2.0 concept; start your company in a city that rests on the foundation of the sharing economy.
The ultimate outcome is still uncertain, but there's the promise of serious hurt about to happen.
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