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Determining your business' worth isn't always straightforward, but by following a few tips, sellers can settle on an appropriate asking price.
With live events and charity causes, the meet-up appis experimenting with ways to get people to connectoffline, faster.
The world's big problems come from our behavior. Science doesn't change behavior. Leadership does.
Worries include people dodging security checks as they go after their virtual quarry.
Here are a few easy ways you can tweak your weekly routine to be healthier and happier.
To do what those who have come before you have done, read what they read.
At the Rio Olympics 2016, there's a good lesson in why it makes sense to work as a team.
Do these fixes and people will thank you!
Survey of large companies finds combining traditional and digital ads improves results and increases awareness.
You hear a lot about how to effectively balance work and life. But, you might be better off integrating the two.
In deciding whether or not to buy your product, there's a battle going on in your potential customer's mind. Here's how to win the battle.
If you're being monitored, is your job in danger?
In a wide-ranging interview with The Washington Post, the iconic Apple exec discussed his leadership style, and how he copes with failure and loneliness.
Discover the 5 telltale clues that indicate you were born to be an entrepreneur rather than an employee.
Every organization flaunts their Best Practices. But, outstanding Companies define Next Practices - those things that set them apart in the short-term and define the standard of excellence for the long-term.
3 Things Mental Strength Trainers Teach Olympic Athletes to Do (And How You Can Use Their Strategies)
Athletes don't just train their bodies--they also train their brains for success.
Hotels in 10 states and DC may have been hit by hackers.
Sarah Prevette, founder of Future Design School, describes one key method for inspiring creativity in your business.
Frequent travel is a reality of doing business today. But your relationship doesn't have to suffer because of it.
How the TV pioneer continues to feed his curious mind on his inspirational entrepreneurial journey