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The psychology of making your next three-day weekend actually feel refreshing.
Getting into a top-tier MBA program like Wharton, Stanford, or Harvard has always been tough. Here's what you can do to increase your chances.
The U.S.'s tremendous amount of student debt is the overwhelming elephant in the room, but there are ways to use student status to your company's advantage.
Every startup faces a chorus of "no's" in the early days. Here's how to handle the rejection.
While there's no way to guarantee a viral hit, there are some lessons we can all learn from social media heavyweights.
Tech companies are breaking new ground in how they connect with their own customers. Here are how a few get it right.
About.com's bold new direction to be the content leader for the next generation.
In times of uncertainty, leaders face the challenge of keeping the heart and soul of an organization.
Marketing advice from an 18-year-old college grad and entrepreneur
It seems that many in America are a bit disillusioned by the current state of affairs in American politics. But, now is not the time for complacency.
When you do the right things, success is still not easy... but it is a lot more likely.
A team or individual without motivation is pretty much a team or person with limited potential
From robo-advisors to index funds, the role of the financial advisor has changed dramatically. Here's what the future of your financial advisor looks like.
Is there a risk employers won't keep your interviews confidential?
What can be done to provide a minimal standard of living in an automated future?
Minda Zetlin, Inc. columnist and co-author of The Geek Gap, explains why companies like Kenneth Cole have decided to go private after an initial IPO.
And keeps me sane
Don't give in to the end-of-summer blues. Try these getaway gems now that the tourists are gone.
Thomas Davenport, Co-Author of Only Humans Need Apply: Winners and Losers in the Age of Smart Machines discusses the shift towards job automation and preservation.
Lawrence Jackson is motivated to make change, not money.