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If you want to create true collaboration with your employees, you have to acknowledge that their ultimate goal may not be with your company.
Figure out how your business can help a potential hire achieve long-term goals, and you'll gain a valuable asset.
Any of these sound familiar? Here are the top five fibs entrepreneurs believe--and why they're holding you back.
Main objective is to allow dispensaries to deal with banks instead of stockpiling cash.
LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman talks to Inc.'s Eric Schurenberg about building loyalty with employees, networking best practices for entrepreneurs, and his new book The Alliance: Managing Talent in the Networked Age.
CEO Satya Nadella announced the cuts, which will take place over the next year.
Consumers are (finally!) changing their spending habits post-recession in ways that are altering the consumer landscape.
Think Silicon Valley success requires highly pedigreed geniuses? Google's data-driven people analytics team uncovers the surprising character trait that makes for great leader (hint: it's not where you went to school that matters).
Sometimes what matters most is when you decide to stop.
You bring years of executive experience, but you can throw it all away with the use of just one word.
Life is Good CEO Bert Jacobs explains that the best business concepts are so simple, even a three-year-old can understand them.
These tired phrases drive your customers away. Here's what to say instead.
Emotions run high when Nathan brings his marketing tactics to a pet cemetery.
Most companies are looking for ways to increase sales. If it were easy everyone could do it. These tips can help you get sales growing fast.
Lyft is facing some legal obstacles in New York City. Looks like the pink mustaches are not above New York state law.
The actions you need to take to pursue big new ideas that can propel your company forward.
Whether it's a $3 million funding round or a $300 million sale, you'll need to deftly manage relationships with the people involved before signing on the dotted line.
Here's what leaders at the top have in common.
The 6-month-old anonymous gossip app reportedly raised $25 million in its most recent round of funding.
Don't spend another sleepless night rehashing your day.