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It's sometimes healthy to focus on the bad instead of the good.
The council approved the plan and set out regulations effective at the beginning of next year.
Companies often get bad marks for communications, but sometimes they are freaking amazing.
Christine Hunsicker, co-founder of Gwynnie Bee, explains to Inc. executive editor Kris Frieswick why plus-size clothing is having its moment in the spotlight.
The White House announced corporate America's financial support of refugees on Tuesday.
Jessica O. Matthews is the 13th black female founder to raise more than $1 million in venture capital funding.
A new NFLPA regulation establishes 1.5% as the standard fee for agents representing NFL players.
Getting through an investor deep dive takes all the communication skills you can muster - particularly listening skills.
The company unveiled three new cameras and its first drone, Karma.
When scaling from a scrappy startup to a large corporate organization, bringing in an outsider can be the smartest business decision you'll ever make.
It's great to be a visionary, thinker, or a dreamer--but none of these matter in the business world if you can't execute.
If your budget is tiny you need to be brave and roll up your sleeves.
Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit, explains how TIL, ELI5, AMA, TIFU, and the rest of the Reddit lingo started a worldwide revolution.
Tips from a Snapchat expert for growing your audience, and your business
Excellent referrals are a key engine of success in angel investing and venture capital. Entrepreneurs need to know how to take advantage.
Unleash your creativity with these brainstorming tips.
If you think you've had a bad day in public relations, consider the plight of this entrepreneur
Laziness gets a bad rap. Here are six inventions that will motivate you to use your lazy to your advantage
Laura Garnett, performance strategist at Laura Garnett Consulting reveals which physical and mental factors affect your everyday performance.
The case for learning to love your clutter.