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See the new marketing channels brands like Nike, Sephora and Always are using to expand their reach.
Research from CMO Council shows what customers like and what makes them feel neglected andfrustrated.
Here's what you should do when people don't support your endeavors.
How to take advantage of dollar-for-dollar savings, courtesy of Uncle Sam
Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams shares insight on overcoming a major logistical hurdle.
Want a stronger professional network? You need to follow through and forge a relationship with the people you meet.
A workforce that is stacked with individuals possessing high emotional intelligence can separate your business from its rivals
Drew Houston, co-founder and CEO of Dropbox, re-tells the biggest lessons he's learned over his career.
Therapy isn't for losers. Successful people need support too.
If the plan you made isn't going to work, don't keep running after it on principle.
For one week I followed the workout plan of a 13-year SEAL veteran. As you would expect, the workouts were both tactical and strategic.
Many companies know exactly what it takes when it comes to recruiting the best female talent. Here's what you need to know.
McKinsey & Company estimates that automation could take over as many as half of the roles performed by humans around the world. Who will be safe when the robots come knocking?
"The greatest reward in becoming a millionaire is not the amount of money that you earn.
You might guess that this city--which has two main highways angled to the same small area--is congested. Yet, it also has many other issues, including high gas prices and maintenance costs.
How to get something done on the sly while you're stuck in a useless meeting.
Pepsi's Kendall Jenner ad sparked plenty of backlash. McDonald's hacked Twitter account send out an anti-Trump tweet. In the digital age of viral content, social media is mostly unforgiving.
We want success and often times make it more difficult than it needs to be. But Elon Musk and Michael Jordan teaches us about success with one word.
Brooklyn Brewery's founder Steve Hindy thinks running a business is comparable to being a war reporter--and he would know.
So long as you surround yourself with people way better than you