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The key to employee retention isn't about the job, but how effective the company is at improving its people's quality of life.
Reviews are in, and it's looking like the wildly popular Amazon Echo is about to get knocked down a notch.
Do you or anyone on your team need more technical skills to drive success? Think again! It's wiser to build "soft skills" that target your abilities to persuade and influence.
Businesses are in business to solve problems. Does your customer service get passing grade?
Speaking at the 2016 Inc. women's summit, the tennis champion, entrepreneur and investor reflected back on her mistakes. Here's what she learned.
The Chicago Cubs won the 2016 World Series! Here are the three steps they took to break their 108-year losing streak.
Clever accounting and business laws helped these firms pay less taxes than any other American compan
Apps impersonating major brands appear to be offering legitimate discounts, but may be stealing your credit card information -- or worse.
Ensure your company maintains a flexible, modern office with these five modular furniture layouts.
How do you create an environment for success?
Your mantras have become stale. You need new rules. These experts have them.
There are several key lessons that Joe Maddon and the Chicago Cubs winning the 2016 World Series can teach us about management.
HGTV Co-founder offers up some vital tips for helping women score successful careers in a unequalwork environment.
Read these before your next brainstorm
Power does change you, but not in the simple ways you see in cartoons and movies.
Earlier this year, San Diego and federal drug agents seized bank accounts belonging to marijuana company founder and his family. Now, entrepreneur James Slatic is fighting to get the money back.
To be successful, you ultimately must find a way to work with the other side.
You can get a great education and see the world--without drowning in debt.
When you give back, you feel better. Philanthropy and company culture are intertwined; here's how to up your game in both