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Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg explains when you should take a risk--and when you should proceed with caution.
Wasted time in meetings costs companies more than $37 billion each year. Don't let your company be a victim.
Your team and the people you surround yourself with is super important: they give your company life or death.
TED asked speakers what books they recommend. Their answers cover pretty much every category.
How This Year's Hottest Luggage Maker Launched With a Book, a Marketing Campaign--and Zero Suitcases
There weren't any products, but the duo sold out everything ... early.
The creative co-founder had to learn the hard way that it pays more to be nice.
Richard Branson, Brene Brown and Marcus Lemonis have all stated that vulnerability is a strength of good leaders.
In an interview with Judy Woodruff of PBS, Buffett explains the secret to his happiness and health.
Here are 10 ways to write headlines that will melt your heart, give you goosebumps, or make you cry tears of joy.
How can entrepreneurs manage changes in company cultures that come from change, including what small businesses can learn from Wal-Mart and Jet.com
In its way, it's a $1 wine. And people can't get enough of it.
In the future, all that will matter is what you can accomplish, not how you look or who you are.
Google and Facebook Now Make More From Ads Than Every Newspaper, Magazine, and Radio Network In the World Combined
It's Google, then Facebook, and then everybody else.
How to say no without hurting someones feelings in both work and life.
While Republicans debate how to replace Obamacare, the Oracle of Omaha suggests something completely different.
This has surely never happened before.
In a Win for Religious Founders, Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Case on Objection to Same-Sex Marriage
The court's move--coupled with Trump's recent decision to roll back an Obamacare mandate that private companies cover contraception--suggests the government is warming to religious businesses.
A Race Against The Clock: Parents Fight to Save 1-Year-Old Son Diagnosed with 'Childhood Alzheimer's'
On the day before Mother's Day, Taylor and Sam Sabky learned that their 1-year-old son, Purnell, had a rare and fatal disease. Agene-therapy cure exists, but a lack of funding is preventing it from coming to market. Nell's parents are in a raceagainst the clock to raise the money in time to save him.
A mom says she and her baby were stuck on the tarmac in a plane that was boiling hot.
Onboarding trends can make or break your new hires' experiences. Are you focusing too much on the trends and too little on what your team needs?