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Ge Wang forfeited working as a lawyer to create a custom tailoring company that caters to athletes.
FastText is the tool that powers Facebook's AI--and now it's available for anyone.
Smart dust? 4-D printing? Gartner's annual hype cycle report offers insight into new directions in technology.
Stephen King's "On Writing" is part memoir, part writer's guide. And all about how to succeed.
Giving Millennials the Political Skills to Survive in Organizations
Thrive Market is making organic food available to millions of underserved people who live far away from fancy, high priced markets.
Some common misconceptions about a healthy work-life balance can lead you to burnout. Here's why.
placeholderThe most successful entrepreneurs are actually a little bit naughty.
Try going through all of these questions to determine what really needs to be done today.
You'll notice a difference within 90 days.
An Irish entrepreneur has introduced a product designed to reduce football-related contact injuries in the U.S.
An inside view on spending the summer at some of the largest and most successful tech firms.
Pet influencers? Yep, it's a thing and now you too can have one of these furry friends pitch your products.
In this post I'll teach you8 techniques I've used in my life to help me cope with failure.
How the Evergage Data Hub is helping marketers, easily act on customer data scattered across disparate sources
Overpromising isn't just for politicians anymore.
Here is what you need to know about the dangerous cache of cyberweapons shared online by a mysterious party called "The Shadow Brokers."
Here are the challenges your marketing department is facing right now.
Advice to hide your emotions at work has become outdated. Instead, managers are concerned with hiring team members who are aware of others' feeling and act appropriately.
This week, Inc. editors and writers talk about some of the fastest-growing companies that made this year's Inc. 500 list.