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Seven tax deductions and tips that Millennial entrepreneurs have to know.
We put this popular telepresence robot from Double Robotics to the test. Will it hold up?
How can 1 phrase prioritize what's important in your life? Read on and find out. I've beenusing it for the last 6 months and it's cleared up my life tremendously.
Emotional intelligence might not be the dream trait people often make it out to be, according to a study connecting EI to elevated stress.
Businesses in the U.S. spend billions on consultants each year. Some of that pot of gold can be yours. Here's how.
Instead of focusing on the negative, the Virgin founder used an open letter to praise his people--and look to the future.
Everyone was talking about it. United seems not to have thought enough about it.
Charlie Norris, the co-author of Slam Dunk Success, explains the importance of showing your employees how to correct their mistakes instead of doing it for them.
Here are some interesting points that emerged from my conversations with industry experts at the recent National Cybersecurity Alliance and NASDAQ joint CyberSecurity Summit.
NASDAQ CISO, Lou Modano, shares the big picture fears that businesses need to think about -- even if they already have a great information-security program in place.
A lot of the problems that an entrepreneur will encounter can be solved by connecting with others.
An experienced entrepreneur's tips to new and budding entrepreneurs.
There are some things you need to get right when setting up your first company. Take some advice from someone who's already been there.
Ever hesitate when meeting someone new? Can you trust him or her? Science says this question will clue you in to someone's personality.
Improve your follow-through by not simply writing the idea down, but also taking the first handful of actions you can think of to put that idea in motion. This might sound impractical: Most of us can't stop everything we're doing to pursue an idea that's just popped into our head. But this isn't a complete detour from your "to do" list. It's just setting aside a slice of time--typically less than an hour--to fully capture the thought by answering the basic questions of who, what, where, when, and how. You could email someone who might know more or be interested in helping. Or make a (small) initial purchase of a few supplies or a URL that could be the first building blocks of a new project. Once you've made an investment--no matter how small--you're much more likely to see the idea through.
What can you do when you're working towards a goal, and your persistence fades? Here are 10 options to recharge your batteries, and keep going.
Kevin Costner plays a fictional character who demonstrates a very real truth about getting ahead.
Sarah Hodges of Pillar VC shares tips for early-stage tech startup success, traits of great tech leaders, and how to get funding.
Start early and focus on making your collaborations efficient
Stores with no checkout, pop-up trucks and deliver-to-your-car groceries are all in the works.