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As a 48 year old seasoned business guy, I thought I had seen it all. But when you least expect it, the amazing happens.
How can you make your employees happier? Show you care about their well-being.
You have a voice that the world needs to hear. Here are some tips to help you develop a consistent writing habit.
The late-night host used his superior communication skills and an emotional story to bring the debate to a human level.
Wondering if you might benefit from using social media bots? See what happened when I hired a few. Here's how these new technologies can help you grow.
Good business advice is critical these days, but most business owners don't know who they can trust. In this context, a mentor is your best bet.
Instead of being victims, resilient people see themselves as being in control of their destinies and get better when bad things happen, versus crumpling.
The 20 year-old Internet pioneer looks to the next 20 years not just with a new name, but a new strategy as well.
Its critical that the venture capital community fund the hard technologies that grow society, and its good to see glimmers on this front.
A review of American Kingpin, Nick Bilton's new book about the rise and fall of the Silk Road. (Spoiler alert: I loved it.)
Joel Gascoigne of Buffer on how to ensure your company retreats engage, inspire, and build a real sense of team among your remote workers.
We are moving from transactions to experiences.
In 2015, Angie's List rejected a previous offer for $512 million, saying it was too low.
The world's largest fast food chain designed a solution to an all-too-common problem.
If you don't protect your data it could be gone forever - even if you pay a ransom.
Despite the fact that American companies have been "global" for a very long time now, so many people today inside companies still misperceive and misunderstand cultural differences.
Short of leading a charmed life in which your customers never have cause to complaint--exactly how does a business maintain trust in such a visible and vocal time? The trick is to provide an easy, transparent way for consumers to voice their opinions and issues about your business
There's no shame in admitting you can't do everything on your own.
It's called a calendar. About as high tech as the wheel, and just as indispensable. If you aren't making use of it, you're probably losing sales. Let me show you how it works.
The biggest missteps made by Millennials have nothing to do with the usual stereotypes.