Small Business News
Figuring out when the time is right to acquire a rival is a crucial question for business leaders. Here's what one CEO found out during the process.
More and more companies are injecting humor into their brands and office cultures. Here's why--and how you can adapt.
New research highlights the cities where women entrepreneurs are most likely to succeed
Research suggests that making pay transparency a priority goes a lot better than you fear.
They show up with their true, raw selves.
Dana Oliver was living the Wall Street dream until the reality of losing her job made her take control of her economic future.
The classic entrepreneurial tale of hard work and good luck behind Sophie the Giraffe.
A new study reveals that despite high job satisfaction, a surprisingly high number of workers are still considering changing jobs.
Mark Zuckerberg thinks live video is going to be the next big thing on Facebook, and he's spending priming the pump with big payouts to Buzzfeed, Kevin Hart, Russell Wilson and others.
The healthcare industry is starting to jump aboard the digital marketing bandwagon.
Is Musk looking to transform the nature of both companies or is it "innovative" finance?
Discover how a former U.S. Army officer turned his passion for entrepreneurship and podcasting into a $300,000-per-month business.
Don't walk into your next pitch without nailing the most important parts that make investors say "yes."
A new report suggests the next iPhone model won't have a headphone jack, which could spell trouble for smaller companies who make headphones and headsets.
People still need paper. Exploring how casinos, cash registers, and coupons still resist digitization sheds light on the challenges facing hungry startups
Making difficult changes is easier when you follow four simple steps.
Tips for deciding whether a tech stock in a regulated industry is a worthwhile investment.
Amy Cuddy, professor at Harvard Business School and author of Presence, describes three resources for improving your nonverbal communication.
Detroit-based sweat-wicking button down shirt company earns the endorsement of a professional baseball player within 6 months of launch.
The Shark Tank host questions whether the Republican candidate is as rich as he claims to be.