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Not Enough Money to Start a Business? Here's How to Get It
You don't always have to feel behind. Here's what it takes to get out of the perpetual cycle of busyness and stay two steps ahead.
Your employees deserve a holiday treat.
Knowing when to scale up -- or down -- your business is an important aspect of management that often gets overlooked.
5 Ways to Build Creativity and Boost Your Business
Sometimes leadership lessons appear when you least expect them.
If the threat of AI and Robots frightens you then you're probably leaving out some very important math.
One of the most critical elements of any sustainable business is achieving a positive cash-flow. Without that, even the best intentions will fail.
A new study from the Center for Talent Innovation (CTI) found that, according to the 2015 US government's definition of disability, 30 percent of professionals have a disability. Fully a third of Millennial professionals have a disability--a higher rate than Boomers or Gen-Xers.
Whether it's a freelancer, in-house position or something in between, hiring a writer is crucial to marketing success.
To commemorate Women's Entrepreneurship Day, we share challenges and successes from three distinct entrepreneurial journeys.
New research finds that setting ambitious goals for employees can backfire in a big way.
Why do we force highly-paid professionals to spend hours each week doing easy-to-delegate clerical work?
People in Zimbabwe and other countries in political and economic turmoil increasingly are turning to digital currencies.
Twitter launched its first ever subscription-based ad model in an effort to reverse declining ad revenues.
Don't talk in public without a lot of attention to your exact phrasing or face social media's wrath.
The e-commerce fashion service raised $120 million on Thursday. But skepticism about the subscription model--and the shadow of a big competitor-- forced the company to price shares below the expected $18-$20 range.
When your organization has multiple products and services, how do you brand? When it's more appropriate to sub-brand vs. start anew.
You may never look at digital billboards in the same way.