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What can Nobel Prize winners teach business leaders about creativity and innovation? Learn how they discover breakthrough ideas.
Executive editor Kris Frieswick offers her advice on getting Inc. magazine to write about your business.
These technologies are: electric power, computer vision, and cloud computing. Here is why, Where the opportunities are, and what needs to happen.
Most of what we do is subconscious, but we have to continually learn to get to that point.
Startup guru Steve Blank explains how to acquire customers, develop positioning, and handle other elements of the process.
Stress doesn't have to be a side effect of building your business.
A recent study reveals workers in different states use email differently and at different times of day.
Your people may already be thinking of leaving. Here's how to change their minds.
While working in Liberia, charity: water's Scott Harrison found that the health needs of half the population weren't being met. That's when he decided to approach the problem from a different angle.
More than just the weather is different between the East and West coasts. People communicate, establish credibility and bond differently, too.
Some fun and, maybe a little goofy, ways to put a smile on your face over the holiday.
Paper is making a resurgence in the form of "smart paper," the ultimate physical and digital convergence.
Einstein's gems of wisdom about success and learning are timeless--and applicable today.
It's a little late for this year, but for Christmas 2017, write this down.
Evan Malter has launched several ventures over the last 15 years aimed at helping Main Street businesses. His newest venture, Count Loyalty, could have the biggest impact yet.
It's that time of year when offices are spicing up their spaces for holiday cheer. Take a peek inside some of the coolest decor we've found.
91 percent of employed American adults believe that interpersonal communication issues prevent leaders from leading effectively.
Research by DDI and The Conference Board is telling: Companies don't have people to lead. Here are 6 things leaders must stop doing to succeed in 2017.
The top eight publicity stunts that garnered plenty of chatter this year.
The Tesla and SpaceX CEO said Trump's character doesn't reflect well on United States.