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This week, Inc. editors and writers examine the rapid growth of the online razor-blade market, discuss how Google is converting phone booths into Wi-Fi hotspots, and track the paths to success of the world's greatest entrepreneurs in the magazine's How I Did It package.
As a company grows and changes, HR needs to change its policies.
Your team can get to the next level, even if your resources are limited.
Traditional passwords aren't just hard to remember, they're ineffective. Here's why smartphones will be the key to the future of security.
The go-to checklist to get your first event off the ground.
Customer service shouldn't be an afterthought. After all, profit depends on it.
The Facebook founder often shares his business wisdom with Dropbox CEO Drew Houston.
A new study finds that the majority of Americans are losing sleep over fiscal woes -- and Gen Y, in particular, because they're steeped in student debt.
If you have difficulty answering that question, it's time to change things up.
Dave Kerpen shares his favorite articles from this week.
An increasing number of consumer brands are using the month-long Muslim holiday of Ramadan as a business opportunity. Here's how smaller brands can artfully follow suit.
The bottom line is that a lack of infrastructure spending and investment is literally costing lives, and that needs to change.
CEO Michael Alter explains how The Tie Bar has had so many successful celebrity product placements for its ties.
Get inspired by these wise words and make the very best out of your life.
Taking your dog to work? Here's how to do it successfully.
The future is bright. But do you feel fulfilled? The sideffect of success isn't always happiness.
Every entrepreneur needs to be aware of these upcoming trends.
Who knew getting ahead in your career could be easier in the summertime?
An Idiot's Guide to Talking to Humans (and Engineers)