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Napping as a tool for business success.
Benjamin Franklin was a constant learner one hour a day, 5 hours a week. So is Bill Gates. Why you should embrace learning as a lifestyle.
The tech-giant takes a political stance, widens schism between Silicon Valley and Republican nominee.
Reality shows glamorize startups, but for most entrepreneurs, the smarter move is to buy an existing business and grow it into something bigger and better.
Mattel finally gets it right with 'game developer' Barbie. The new doll launched last week, and sold out on the website within hours.
Did you know that your detractors are at least twice as likely to talk about their negative experiences than promoters are to talk about their positive experiences? Here are some more things you should know.
The car every future Mark Zuckerberg should drive? That would be a 2016 Ferrari California T.
They thought they were going to win it all. And then they didn't.
Here is a few simple tips to take your company from a non-verified Facebook page to a verified page in a few simple steps.
Learn about the tactics co-founder Ryan Farley used to grow LawnStarter.com and land $7 million in funding.
Want to hire original thinkers? Then change how you interview, says Wharton's Adam Grant.
Breaking into the mobile app industry requires strategy and the right target market.
Golf has been a key business tool for many years but is it for startups?
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Here's how to configure your LinkedIn profile to appeal to all the different audience types you want to market yourself, your products and your services to.
If you are like most entrepreneurs the resource you always wish you had more of, is time. Learn to use the following methods and become a time management expert.
In order for entrepreneurial communities to grow and thrive, big corporations can't simply be "guests" in the community, instead, they need to roll-up their sleeves and contribute meaningfully to the eco-system's success.
This blogger and content marketing expert is building a tribe of loyal fans even before she hits publish.
Saatva has grown revenue to $180 million by exploiting the luxury e-commerce mattress market.
Jessica O. Matthews, founder of Uncharted Play, explains why disruptive ideas come from a place of discomfort.