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Though the Virgin Group chairman is well-known for his penchant for pranks and his private island, he's built an empire thanks to his commitment to being a good leader.
Laura Weidman Powers, CEO of CODE2040, explains why she hopes her organization isn't around 25 years from now.
The Internet is constantly changing. Here's what 12 entrepreneurs are predicting for the future.
A new online programs offers a "micro" master's degree for just $1,500.
The company said Monday it would have been impossible for the employee to use the information to win on FanDuel because he didn't receive the helpful data until 40 minutes after that site's contest closed.
Bluetooth offers great convenience, but also poses some security risks. Here is what you need to know.
Four all-star entrepreneurs -- Allison Beal, Jim Mitchell, Scott Painter, and Hayden Slater -- explained at Inc.'s iCONIC L.A. conference how they transformed their startups from 'broom closets' to serious businesses.
Speaking at WSJDLive, The Wall Street Journal's global technology conference, Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company has 6.5 million paying customers for Apple Music and 8.5 million customers on three-month trials.
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A pre-Thanksgiving tale of giving
Just because you are entitled to take a loss, doesn't necessarily mean you should.
Look around, you just might have made it.
Kerry Diamond, editor in chief of Yahoo Food, admits she can't keep up with all her projects -- but that's okay.
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Johnny Schillereff, founder of Element, describes his strategy of calling out competitors for being inauthentic.
Facebook announced that it would notify users whom it suspects are being targeted by state-sponsored hackers. Here is what you need to know.
This might just convince you to start working on your own book
A Culture Of Innovation doesn't just happen. It has to be built. Here's How.
Companies with diverse boards not only make more money but benefit in another way as well.
An inside look at a series of meetings led by the most famous entrepreneur of our generation.