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The 'Shark Tank' celebrity told students in Dallas that they should try everything and broaden their horizons
The CEO and chairman of Starbucks talks about how his childhood shaped his life and drive
The biggest disconnect I have seen between PhDs and industry is a lack of understanding in industry as to how to use PhD talent.
Growth through acquisition can payoff for social networks -- a case in point is Facebook's purchase of Instagram. Can Snap pull off a similarly impressive acquisition coup or will it crumble like GoPro?
This three-step process will help you do some business intel of your own.
People like Bill Gates and Steve Jobs aren't the rule. They are the exceptions.
Company needs to do more than stop hiring "brilliant jerks"
Being successful requires being proactive and not waiting for life to come to you.
Leaders are being scrutinized closely today. Here's how to lead your team confidently.
Discover Leading Strategies to Help Your Company Stand Out on Social Media.
Sometimes, Millennials just need a little guidance to find that inspiration.
We need to make employee recognition more human. Here are some ways to do that.
When unhappy customers shout at you loud enough, it's time to do something quick.
Part two of a 4-part series on the nitty-gritty details of actually (really) getting crowdfunded.
Despite Critics, Strength-Based Growth Strategies Still Work for Both People and Organizations
New research from Harvard shows that we make two very important judgments every time we meet someone new. Be ready for them so that you can make a strong first impression.
The new partnership with ESL and DreamHack will bolster Twitter's live-streaming effort and challenge competitors.
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Achieving a six-pack and a million dollar business require the fundamentals--here's how to make those goals a reality.
Redefining your mistake will ensure that it doesn't define you.