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Cool tech innovations aren't just for the office.
If you realize you want to move back to an individual contributor role, how can you explain that to interviewers and others?
Here are three industries with a bold view on virtual reality.
Virtual reality may well revolutionize how consumers interact with products and services. The question is, is it right for you?
The technology is dazzling. Just ask this entrepreneur who will never go back after trying it.
Words of wisdom--from the guy who's making Microsoft exciting again.
Kickstart your company's growth strategy with these clever and creative video formats.
Eric Schmidt hasn't always been famous, or even a first choice as CEO. But here's what he taught me.
Yves Behar, founder of Fuseproject and co-founder of August, shares his experience in the ever-evolving tech design sphere.
When you are put in a tough situation, don't ask, "Why me?"--instead, say "Try me!"
From smart locks and affordable eye glasses to speakers and office furniture, the designer has been behind some of the most interesting products in the last few years.
Tatiana Birgisson began brewing tea and selling it to local small businesses as a Duke undergrad. Now she's CEO of Mati Energy, a healthy-drink company that's crushing Red Bull at Whole Foods.
Hopefully you don't have to lead armies in a kill-or-be-killed battle, but it's still got a lot of good lessons.
President Obama recently suggested he would enjoy a career in Silicon Valley as a venture capitalist once he is done with public service. We present three reasons why Obama should invest in network businesses.
Trust allows you to delegate a task without worrying whether it will get done.
After the media makes much of people getting hurt by walking over hot coals, it's time for new thinking.
This is very interesting business and they have something to teach you
Sports coaches shouldn't get involved in social and political issues. Or should they?
These easily-remembered phrases help you keep your presentation focused on what's important to your audience.
LGBT rights are an important issue in the workplace and beyond; use these quotes as a cheatsheet to help you reflect on their importance.