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Seventy percent of the population feels like a fraud. Here's how to keep your Imposter Syndrome in check the next time it shows up.
When productivity hits a wall at the office. Get a creative boost by escaping to a coffee shop.
Here are 3 small tweaks to make immediately so that you stay in your real life while engaging with social media, rather than existing online looking out into your real life.
Looking to improve your Facebook marketing? Try this.
Facebook has open-sourced the tech it uses to detect objects in photos and identify them. This will let others use this software for their own apps.
With some rehearsal time and re-messaging, your technical stars can shine on stage--as much as your sales team! A tale about how to take them from bar band to stadium rockers.
A new poll shows social media makes people spend more money than they otherwise would.
When working globally, while some activities may suffer from jet lag, a geographically dispersed team is overall a huge plus.
We all have a fear that our 9-to-5 work life is taking a toll on our well-being. Guess what? It is.
Without taking the proper precautions, your boss could end up owning the startup you worked so hard to build.
Your presentation should shock and awe. Instead, it's boring everyone to tears. Here's why.
You are unique, and so is everyone else. Success means a lot to every person. It's aweighted combinations of power, status, money, family and work. You can define success in your own terms, because what brings you fulfillment and meaning is not the same for everyone.
Tech companies and the auto industry have to find middle ground eventually.
You've got to keep moving, iterating and innovating.
These techniques are hard to master but will continue to pay off in the long term.
The malicious software utilized three unknown weaknesses in Apple's software.
Whether running a global company or launching a small business, successful entrepreneurs understand the importance of building customer loyalty.
We have been taught that maximum efficiency and working hard all the time is the only way. But is it really?
The company told investors it controls the majority of the ride-sharingindustry's market share.
By 2015, millennials will comprise about 75% of the workforce -- far outnumbering every other generation.