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Introducing policies that benefit your employees' modern families isn't just nice; it's also good for your company.
After months of calls for his job, he's finally out, with co-founder Jack Dorsey temporarily taking over.
We rarely rise to the occasion when placed under extreme pressure. We sink to the level of our preparedness and persistence.
As data on each of us become easier to analyze, reputation scoring will give us opportunities - and take them away.
John Chambers, who is stepping down from his post as CEO of Cisco Systems after 20 years in July, says a family is a group that can be more effective together than as individuals.
To achieve your greatest goals, sometimes all you have to do is ask.
In our world of constant connectivity and blurred responsibilities, the balance between work and life can plague the general workforce. Thankfully, it can also be a primary selling point for savvy and competitive employers.
Not all business sellers have time on their side. Consider these tips for navigating a swift deal.
Change is relentless. Here's what to do to help your organization cope.
The Supreme Court will soon rule on the legality of health care subsidies in the majority of states. Get ready for confusion.
A master of the craft reveals his secrets.
A new study has found that companies in cities with with happy populations invest more and spend more on R&D.
The VR company's headset will take gamers into the third dimension, and that's just the beginning.
Quitting your job to become an entrepreneur will be the best and worst decision you make. Here's why.
In the digital world, tangible opportunities arise from focusing on pen and paper.
Are customers greeted by a complicated maze of options when they dial in to your call center? Problems like this will drive customers away.
The entrepreneur has been promoting a messaging app with self-destructing content. It's a cool concept--but here's what he's missing.
Even in uncertain times, Elon Musk is able to inspire confidence in clients, employees, investors and avid followers alike. A study of his speaking engagements shows us exactly how he does it.
Airbnb may have changed how people have stayed in cities for days or weeks, startups are now taking aim at slightly longer-term living
Airlines may soon decrease the size of allowable carry-on luggage, so it's time to get creative about packing.