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Take your mind off of the daily grind this winter break, while still learning something new.
These brands are going back to their roots and finding inspiration in simplicity.
If your goal is to connect with a younger audience, Snapchat is a great place to do that.
You will never fully understand what true wealth is until you have something in your life that money just cannot buy.
The co-founder and former CEO of Evernote, who's now a venture capitalist, wants to see the results of your innovation--not hear you talk about it.
How to liberate your staff without turning your office into a free-for-all.
Could reimagining the 40-hour week grind make your company more productive?
The idea that we can't change others has been shown to be scientifically false. Our words, actions, even body language influence others.
The Silicon Valley giant is going green.
Lawsuits can debilitate or destroy a company. Here are 5 simple and inexpensive steps companies can take now to avoid being sued.
No matter how much it hurts, the CEOs will take it. Here's why.
Blippar's facial recognition works on 70,000 celebrities--and soon ordinary people too.
Data savvy marketers are using hashtag intelligence to grow their business.
Just as in elections, we don't necessarily buy the hype when it comes to food.
Short version? You can build the business you want.
What is happening at the home of the Big Mac? You tell me.
Science says do these things to be at your peak
WeWork is coworking, it's living, it's software--and eight years in, the company is still expanding at a rocket's pace.
Getting bigger is an excellent business goal, but you need to pace yourself to be successful in the long term.
When dreaming of the day you start your own business, it's not always clear when it's time to turn your fantasy into reality.