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The explosion of live video streaming, the rise of video natives, and the shift to mobile consumption promise to make 2017 the year of online video.
There is a growing concern among parents in the United States about the potential long-term impacts on children of continued exposure to plastics. A rediscovered 1930s technology allows companies to make plastic from plants.
The acquisition of Virgin America by Alaska Airlines may seem like a good move logistically, but it will serve as a good lesson for how to merge two diametrically different brands.
It's the most wonderful time of year to be the boss
It's hard enough to be an entrepreneur, but armed with these podcasts you'll have a better chance at winning.
Verizon is reevaluating its $4.8 billion offer over concerns of Yahoo's 1 billion user account hack in 2013.
Consider these before you walk down the aisle and you'll reduce your chances of getting divorced.
Fast food lovers in Miami, Orlando and Tampa are in for a treat: McDonald's will soon deliver.
Tune into this week's podcast to hear about an entrepreneur who almost created Uberand how message platform Kik is using chatbots in an attempt to take over the world of transactions
Discover how this entrepreneur will improve the health of one million people by 2026, and learn how to become a fitness expert.
Times change, especially for struggling fast-food chains.
Adapting to change is pertinent to your company's survival.
New Year's resolutions seem to always fall by the wayside. These five tips will help you keep them.
The best leaders stay in touch which what is happening inside their own organization, their business or industry, and the world at large. Here's how.
Every business requires solving problems often. How well you do it is what separates the winners from the losers. Is your approach the best?
Tripping.com just closed its Series C... and takes a savvy approach to finding the right investors.
Invest in the quality of your workforce and watch your business grow.
Jeff and Ally Davidson, the founders of fitness company Camp Gladiator, explain the challenges that married couples need to overcome before they can reap the rewards of working together.
Gates, Musk, and Bezos share the fiction titles that most shaped their thinking.
The difference between who you are and who you want to be is what you do.