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Needs change, customers change, and as a result, companies must change. Here are four that mastered the delicate art of the pivot.
Two easy ways to find time to pursue your business idea.
Our 44th President's reading list shows him to be an intellectual with a love of great fiction.
Oracle has been accused of over-hiringworkers of Asian descent and underpayingthem for their talents.
Finance industry experts say it's too soon to write off virtual currencies.
Psychological control, developing trust, and the neuroscience behind what makes the sale.
Marketing has changed more in the past couple years than it did in a decade before. Have you adapted?
There are many challenges Millennials face in the workforce. Overcoming this one hurdle will help you be successful.
After successful test runs throughout Europe, Starship Technologies' friendly robots have landed stateside.
During America's Presidential Inauguration, Parag Khanna's Technocracy in America argues that entrepreneurs hold as much power as government leaders
Getting customers, employees and even your family to listen and agree with you is a trainable skill. Here are the rules for getting at the head of the pack and getting nods of agreement, but be careful how you use it.
After an embarrassing 2015 diversity report, Twitter set public goals for its efforts in 2016. The results were the company's best thus far.
Gain insider tips through the eyes of a TEDx speaker coach. Correct these public speaking snafus and step on stage with confidence.
Voter data shows similar number of people voted to elect Donald Trump as did people who voted to pass marijuana ballot measures in Republican states.
A massive cut to the corporate tax rate is at the center of the 45th President's agenda.
Brands and presentation go hand-in-hand. You can have a fantastic brand, but if presented in an unimpressive way, it gets lost in the mix and people won't take notice.
Study finds top-performing employees don't actually care all that much about work-life balance. Agree? @BetsyM
The Power of the Written Trail: The 2 Key Filters You Must Write for When You're Documenting Your Files
Learn the two key filters you must write for in order to protect your company and yourself. This will help you hold your vendors, suppliers, and even customers accountable to keep their commitments and avoid costly litigation.
How to maximize applicant responses in a hypercompetitive job market
Big data technology isn't just for marketers.