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The parent company of online dating sites Tinder, Match.com, and OkCupid, says it has more than $1 billion in revenue.
It's all about taking one step at a time.
Miguel McKelvey is the co-founder and chief creative officer of the "unicorn" office landlord, WeWork. He held a series of odd jobs leading up to his biggest act.
The power of storytelling, the importance of identity and inclusion--these things form the foundation of today's social media-driven digital world.
Robot bartenders have arrived . And perhaps more remarkably, there seems to be a market for them.
America's most hated CEO comes up against one of America's more lovable politicians. Who's right?
In this episode, Inc. editors and writers talk about Playboy's decision to stop publishing nude photos, how B Corps are trying to save the world while still making big bucks, and the renaissance of research on psychedelic drugs.
Even entrepreneurs have to take an occasional break.
One change can make all the difference. Here's what you can learn from Google, Kronos, IBM, Dun & Bradstreet and several other B2B tech giants about creating lasting impact with effective content marketing.
A man will often describe his greatest failure as a single choice or misstep. For a woman, it's having the wrong mindset.
There is a lot of wisdom buried in those old Disney cartoons.
The co-founder of Twitter and Square was named permanent CEO of one company and announced plans to take the other public.
While many of her competitors went bankrupt, Ann Marie Sastry kept her battery-making startup alive for seven years until the right acquirer came along.
When you first learn about NPS, you might wonder how anyone could do it wrong, but, alas, mistakes are made. Here are 7 of the biggest.
The Hall of Fame football player and TV host shares tips from his new book, 'Wake Up Happy.'
Avoid these techniquesat all costs when explaining the purpose behind your brand.
Sometimes the best branding strategy is reassessing your real assets.
According to researchers, procrastination has quadrupled over the past 30 years.
As the renaissance of legitimate research on hallucinogenic drugs continues at New York University and Johns Hopkins, Silicon Valley is taking a page from legal acid experiments during the 1960s and using mind-altering substances as personal transformation and productivity tools.
The late-stage fund will be overseen by Twitter's former chief operating officer, Ali Rowghani.