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Brandi Temple looks toward the future in an unstable social media environment.
In a town where unemployment was over 10%, Lolly Wolly Doodle was able to revitalize a whole community.
Temple explains how she almost caved to the pressure to sell her company.
In the course of few months, your sales referrers can change dramatically.
With her husband's business failing, Temple had no choice but to move on her humble business idea.
Brandi Temple, CEO of Lolly Wolly Doodle, speaks with Inc. Editor Jim Ledbetter at the Inc. 5000 conference about how she discovered success through Facebook.
The bigger the budget you have, the lazier you get.
The U.S. is now on pace for its strongest year for hiring since 1999.
Cheezburger's Ben Huh explains why acquiring the wrong URL can create a pain point for your customers.
The most effective management practices aren't incidental -- they are tied directly to your company's values.
The average website gets redesigned more than once every two years. Here's how to make sure your next makeover lasts.
A lot of blood, sweat and tears go into a startup project. But it will all be for naught if you don't tell your story well.
These research-based rules for gamification will get your employees more engaged in solving problems and getting better results.
Three ways your name makes the difference between scaling your business and staying constrained to a niche market.
A look at Noma, widely regarded as the best restaurant in the world, offers guidance for those who wish to profit from their art.
Don't let grandma tell you what you should be reading. Here, business owners give their top pick for the ultimate business book.
Here are the business products I hope to see at CES 2015.
A cash-stuffed Christmas card is a time-honored tradition, but does it extend to your Lyft drivers, Airbnb hosts and that TaskRabbit guy who runs all your errands?
How do you really stay cutting edge? CEOs of fast-growing companies have a few ideas.
Establish your team's startup chemistry early on by hitting the road with your co-founders