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Nathan gains international notoriety when he opens the world's first Starbucks parody.
If you're planning on launching a new sales initiative, or a new diet, you'll be more likely to succeed if you prepare for the pitfalls that are in your way.
Increased user engagement around the World Cup helped drive Twitter's earnings in the second quarter, although losses continue to increase.
The notion that you need to promote anything except your own authentic personality, opinions, and style is just not true, says one advertising veteran.
The National Labor Relations Board says McDonald's is the joint employer of franchise workers--and that could mean a lot of confusion and problems for franchise owners.
Curious what not to do when it comes to marketing your new product or service? Try these insensitive movie posters on for size.
The average sales rep only does one; the master knows all three.
Everyone is working toward something. But will your future bring happiness? Find out here.
Technology has revolutionized the way we sale and are sold to. These are the Apps that are part of it.
Tricks for re-engaging with people and taking your life back.
Breaking up is hard to do--in love and in business. Here's how to survive the end of a partnership.
Leaders must empower their people, not just command them.
Business air travel is stressful--especially in light of recent events. Here are some ways to make your next trip a smooth one.
Contrary to what many companies may think, an intern is more than a source of free labor.
The ubiquitous, indispensable Ziploc wasn't created overnight. Like most meaningful innovations, it took a patience and persistence that many entrepreneurs overlook.
Make sure you avoid the pitfalls that often stop companies before they reach critical mass.
McDonalds is embarking on a major rebranding strategy to heal its reputation and close the gap with its competitors.
Small business loans may be getting easier to obtain, but 77 percent of entrepreneurs who started a business in the past ten years say they haven't bothered applying for one.
Three stories that show that when you're looking for capital, things don't always go as planned.
By adding stores and restaurants, Gold & Silver co-owner Rick Harrison hopes to rejuvenate the area surrounding his famous shop.