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Mariana Hernandez quit her lucretive job as a consultant to build a company focused on creating more comfortable, stylish and affordable lingerie for the modern, millennial businesswoman.
See if your business can stand up to some serious competition.
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Humans aren't going anywhere when it comes to the travel industry
If you want people to stay, you've got to get them right.
A small bootstrapped incubator is trying to fix prison recidivism through entrepreneurship and handmade furniture in Brooklyn.
Next time you sit down to watch another re-run, try spending that time with a novel instead.
In attempt to win over business customers, the social media giant is heating up the work-app war with its new customizable integrations.
Here are some workplace learning trends I expect to gain steam over the next year and maintain momentum even longer than that.
Technology not only disrupts--it also empowers.
Everyone has to face failure. But these wise words will guide you in overcoming it time and time again.
If there is no adversity, there is no growth.
Perks aren't the only way to increase employee happiness. These unexpected office updates can make your team members happiness levels soar.
You might be able to entirely transform your talent brand in ten simple steps by building trust with your job candidates.
Follow these tips to find investors.
4 Ways to Tie Your Online Community to Actual Business Objectives: Rosemary O'Neill, Co-Founder of Social Strata, tells how to utilize your online community to contribute value to your organization.
This list of travel hacks will keep you productive, happy and sane while traveling for business.
With this list, you'll feel like you can dominate the Trivial Pursuit literature section.
How the individual mandate hasn't worked as intended, but that could change in 2017.
Nick Friedman, co-founder and president of College Hunks Hauling Junk, explains why his company decided to franchise.