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Delivering a presentation? Here's how to make a definite impact.
Amid a dip in NFL viewership and a $12 million settlement with the state of New York, DraftKings is rolling out new offerings--and might be preparing to merge with its biggest competitor.
It's challenging in the beginning. But like everything, it gets easier with practice.
One of the great secrets to getting things done is to free yourself, especially your mind, from distraction. Here's the first step how.
Cindy Hess, co-chair of the Startups and Venture Capital Group at Fenwick and West, talks about some of the common traits of successful leaders.
Andy Rachleff launched the business in 2011, before handing over the reigns to Adam Nash. On Monday, Rachleff announced his return as CEO.
Setting up arbitrary deadlines may help us get motivated, but taking them too seriously does more harm than good. Here's how you can calm yourself down
It's the people, silly.
Shawn Rhodes, a former combat correspondent with the Second Marine Division turned TEDx speaker and management consultant, shares four tips used by Marines that can help corporate leaders execute their own can't-fail missions:
Tesla's freshly unveiled roofs are on point in two essential categories.
The venture capitalist framed his support of Donald Trump's candidacy as "conventional" and said funding Terry "The Hulk" Bollea's lawsuit against Gawker was not a threat to press freedom.
Sugru wants to become the antidote to our throwaway society.
Truly successful people first find happiness and a passion for life and their work. They first find happiness and a way to live a balanced life.
Your company is never impervious to disruption itself and these potential problems could put your business at risk.
David Wu from Maveron ventures talks about first time entrepreneurs, investing in founders, and a tech CEO others should emulate.
Salary negotiation is stressful. Here's why knowing your worth can make it easier.
Horror movies can seem like child's play in comparison to some of the fears you face on the daily as a small business owner.
Could one hour and a couple of tuning forks be the secret to ultimate relaxation?
Hint: It doesn't stop at "hiring the best people and getting out of their way."
What must happen in order for 3D printing to "cross the chasm"