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The most common New Year's resolution is also one of the hardest to achieve.
Brit Morin left Google at 25 to launch her own company. Now through her eponymous brand, Brit&Co, Morin shares how she plans to manage her goals this year.
Hard-charging founder Kevin Plank has spent nearly $1 billion to create a new line of business. Now for the hard part: making it work.
A new study shows how diversity programs can backfire if they aren't implemented properly.
In the week's best business books: When the field gets chaotic, it takes strategy just to keep your eye on the ball, says an expert on disruption.
Human tissues, couch-potato activism, and, what's that up in the sky? The big out-there themes that you'll see lots of this year.
Entrepreneurs said and did some wild things over the course of the year. As a result, some got bad publicity, some found themselves in legal trouble, and some gained support for their presidential bids.
This founder's first taste for entrepreneurship was tinged by failure. Now he's running one of the country's fastest-growing companies.
Ultra-hot sportswear company Under Armour's campus is on the Baltimore waterfront, with picture-perfect views of that city's downtown. Built from the bones of what was once a Procter & Gamble TK, the soaring spaces and industrial design details echo the fighting spirit at the heart of the brand and serve as a testament to the values that the company was built upon.
French robotics company Aldebaran hasn't quite invented Rosie from "The Jetsons," but its social robot Pepper gets pretty darn close.
You don't have to make massive changes to your diet, exercise routine, or lifestyle. These small changes will not only make a difference -- they're easy to stick with.
There are still no trillion dollar companies, but there are several trillion dollar industries and many of them are still in their infant stages, just beginning to sprout wings and grow.
To be more creative, get uncomfortable by doing something that involves an outcome you cannot predict.
If you know a lot about a certain subject, this could be the year you become an online teacher.
Gratitude can make your dreams come true. Here's how.
The show is just getting started, but these gadgets look like they will attract attention early.
Entrepreneurs are always looking for the special ingredient that will make their team work better.
There are numerous incentives that drive entrepreneurs, including the desire for some to change the world, but all entrepreneurs are aware that their efforts can result in financial security.
Blow your users' minds with these powerful techniques before your competition uses them first.
Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver doesn't admire millennial culture one bit. He says technology may be to blame.