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Katia Beauchamp, co-founder of Birchbox, describes to Inc.com contributing editor Donna Fenn how she used cold emails to meet people -- including Steve Jobs.
Why it is so important to not only follow your heart and trust your gut but to also balance your ego when evaluating business and career opportunities.
The best leaders ask a critical question early on that allow them to know whether they need to kill a zombie project on the spot.
In or out of the office, being small really is just a mindset.
How one founder went from sad and reserved to confident and happy on her way to a $230 million acquisition.
Hemingway wrote 4 books in 3 years. If you think his secret was "Paris," you're close
You are not a team because you work together, you are a team because you respect, trust and care for each other.
An inside look at how employees from underrepresented groups help the tech giant find unexpected solutions.
You want it. I want it. Everybody wants it.
Just in time for the holidays, here's a look at the YouTube sensation that can make or break a new product offering.
Even if just for a night, these fun-filled and alcohol-soaked venues cater to everyone's juvenile side.
This 45-year-old entrepreneur appears to have found the key to unlock the Millennial wallet.
Everything to know about marketing to Millennials can be found at Punch Bowl Social, the boozy utopia of fun colonizing cities across the country.
Get an early scoop on some of next year's leading companies.
Ken Blanchard says that a competitive culture is not good for business. The antidote is a culture founded on collaboration. Here's what he suggests.
Distractions to derail your health abound during the holiday season. These strategies will help you stay the course, and start 2017 fit and focused.
Be realistic, but don't coast either.
Rest in peace, Michael "Jim" Delligatti, the man whose burger creation became an icon--and sparked a jingle.
Harvard Business School Professor Bharat Anand explains the three versions of the content trap and how to overcome them.
Two key skills in leadership are empathy and compassion. Is either side trying to understand or empathize with the other?