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In the wake of the September 19 New York and New Jersey bombings, there is more pressure on the $71B video surveillance industry to prevents those from happening, rather than help catch the perpetrators after the act.
What entrepreneurs can learn from indigenous people about building relationships and deals that last.
Your second task to actually listen to their response.
Every workplace has some sort of dysfunction, whether we admit it or not.
Beat the airlines at their own Saturday Night Rule booking game by creating your own DIY hacker fare.
Self-doubt is what holds people back in business. Recognize that and you'll prosper.
Emotional intelligence is an invaluable skill. But you'll never improve yours unless you acknowledge this first.
Are you a workaholic? Take this quick test to find out, and work these strategies to cope with overworking.
If you want to be a better manager, you need to be able to deal with, motivate, and guide all kinds of employees. Your superstars are the easiest to manage. Your problem employees are the most difficult but also offer the greatest learning experiences.
This Seattle-based sustainable design firm goes way beyond solar power. They want to changethe way people think about apartment living--and save the world while they're at it.
PitchBook's second annual VC Unicorn Report shows it's been a relatively tough year for startups to break into the $1 billion valuation club.
Tesla hurries to patch newly discovered vulnerability after Keen Security finds it.
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Don't fall into the trap of always assuming that your decision is the right one.
It's far easier to keep your current employees around than it is to find new ones.
An academic study says consistently setting high expectations for girls (aka nagging them) makes them more likely to be successful.
In flying, nothing is sacred anymore. Except for profits, that is.
Do millennials look up most to their elders? No, they don't, according to a new study.