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What's my story? I don't know. Many days, I wrack my brain for interesting, instructive stories of things I've seen or done and come up with nothing. Recognizing, practicing, telling and retelling your own stories is a great way to capture and keep someone's attention. Here's how to notice more and refine your storytelling skills.
You just dropped thousands of dollars on your new hire. Employees are relieved you've filled the position. Here's how to screw it up and go back to square one.
Whether it's carrying a clipboard or tilting laptops at an exact angle, Apple and Duke basketball find success in caring for the details.
Founders of America's fastest-growing companies share their secrets.
WhatsApp's Co-Founder Just Disrespected Mark Zuckerberg in the Worst Way Possible. Here's Why That Was a Bad Move
Brian Acton of WhatsApp just burned the biggest bridge of a lifetime by disrespecting Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg--four years after Facebook bought WhatsApp for $16 billion.
Stop What You're Doing and Check These Facebook Privacy Settings on Your Facebook Account. I Was Truly Stunned By Mine
It's not quite panic time, but most people will be surprised by just how many apps they've given permission to access their data.
When you think of sports and ad campaigns, the Super Bowl is probably the first event that comes to mind. However, March Madness is a great advertising opportunity, too. See how these two brands are using it to their advantage.
If Facebook treated data like McDonald's treats hamburger patties, we'd all be a lot better off.
What does it mean to be street smart in business? Find out what investors look for, and what successful entrepreneurs have found.
How they've gotten their message out ahead of their `March for Our Lives.'
Considering hiring freelancers for your business? Here are the things to know before doing so.
Starbucks Just Announced It's Going to Finally Do Something That Many People Have Been Begging It To Do For Years
Who'd have thought it would get to this?
In the United States alone, McDonald's sells more than 1 billion pounds of beef and more than 500 million cups of coffee each year.
The low-wage, retail-driven economy exemplified by Toys 'R' Us is a bad thing for communities and consumers.
The Meal-Kit Company HelloFresh Buys Green Chef
The cryptocurrency's biggest fans think it still has room to grow, and is on schedule to get there despite recent setbacks.
What you need to know about micro influence, from both sides of the aisle, and why we need more than numbers and authenticity to get results and get past the growing skepticism.
A data analytics firm with ties to the Trump campaign had access to user data from 50 million Facebook users, most of whom did not consent to the usage.
Building a great team means empowering them to make their own decisions
A hidden cost of reducing your labor force might be making workers sicker from fear.