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In a candid interview, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk shares how he manages his fear and talks about Tesla, the Mars Colony and Open AI.
How to negotiate a better salary is just one of the important things we can go back and forth on at work. Project roles, deadlines, and time off are others that require you to know what you want and advocate for yourself. But what if you're shy or not feeling very confident? You can still be you and get what you want.
Got unjustly hammered by your boss? People falsely accusing you of something? Here's how the most resilient people keep their sanity.
The founder of Umami Restaurant Group has created a cult favorite, thanks to his unique hamburgers, and a smart plan for growth.
Check out a slew of companies that achieved massive growth through truly creative problem-solving products.
Lyft cofounder and president John Zimmer shares his views on exactly how the rise of autonomous vehicles will play out. It's not what you think.
With impressive reach in schools already, the startup is thinking about chargingparents and teachers for premium features like extra content.
Ignoring a new way of doing things because it's different from what you're used to doing can cost you the future of your business, says an Oracle executive.
5 Ways to stop stopping your own happiness.
Adam Fleischman explains to Inc. senior writer Burt Helm why the more time you spend on an idea, the worse it gets.
Carnegie knew 100 years ago how to motivate people to strive for success
In an Act of Kindness, a Starbucks Employee Brought Free Coffee to Chelsea Explosion First Responders
"It was the least I could do," said Starbucks manager Germaine Zolkos.
Rita McGrath, a professor at the Columbia Business School, states how competitive advantage as we know it doesn't exist anymore. What is taking it's place?
7 Costly Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make in The Digital World
Once optional, mindfulness has emerged as a unique solution to the demands of the modern workplace.
Policies and platforms aside, the two campaigns have very different approaches to getting their messages out.
Why creativity thrives in strange places.
How messaging is shaping the future of shopping, entertainment, and everything in between.
A project in Missouri will test whether highways can become a new source of power.
Companies produce more than one trillion pieces of paper each year, but the rise of technology is slowly making a dent.