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Is new research by LinkedIn good or bad news for diversity? Depends on how you look at it.
How time management can help self-employed workers earn more money and achieve greater work-life balance.
Help your child learn how to get on track to a fulfilling career with these tips.
There is something about a bureaucrat that does not like a poem.
You're saying it wrong, according to these two authors.
Sometimes we become paralyzed when we need to make a big decision, especially when it's a life-altering one. Here's a simple way to clear your mind to help you make the right choice.
Attending a conference can either be a boondoggle--or an essential to opportunity grow your brand, your business contacts, and your industry knowledge. If you're truly in it to win it, use these 9 strategies to maximize every hour of your time at a conference--and make them your most productive of the year.
10 Ways Digital Business and Social Impact Will Change Your Company Culture Forever
Nicola Corzine, executive director of Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center, explains why it might be best to keep your day job while you start your business.
A series of short, insightful tips to help you be a better public speaker and communicator
17 sports quotes to get any entrepreneur motivated.
The world's largest platform for professionals is betting big that users will spend hours devouring content from the site's newest integration.
The nonprofit organization and the consumer products giant are expected to launch two new, cookie-inspired cereals.
Salesforce spent $3 million to eliminate gender inequality in its compensation structure. What can you learn from their work? @fairygodboss
Scott Salyers, supervising casting producer on Shark Tank, explains why pitching your business as "unique" will ruin your chances.
Brad Feld, co-founder of Techstars, and Nicole Glaros, chief product officer at Techstars, explain to CNBC reporter Kate Rogers why the decision to invest in a company is often swift and deep-seated.
Kirk Hammett, lead guitarist for Metallica, describes to Inc. contributing editor Jeff Haden how he decided to start a pedal business when he realized "no one else was going to do it."
James Thorburn, a Colorado-based tax attorney, says the IRS has opened a rash of audits on cannabis companies under a tax code made for illegal drug dealers.
What happens to a company when a visionary CEO is gone? Most often innovation dies and the company coasts for years on momentum and its brand. Rarely does it regain its former glory.
Differentiating between empathy and sympathy is critical to resolving distress and keeping workers happy.