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Nathan's business ethics test the rule of the law when he helps a struggling souvenir shop attract more customers.
Working for yourself is the American dream, but too often it leads to disappointment. Discover why--and learn how to make entrepreneurship work for you.
A recent study found that short cellphone breaks help to improve employees' moods.
Their insights, gleaned through negotiation, can help you convert product differentiation into paying customers.
Intel and other tech companies form a new consortium for Internet of Things devices, but they may be late to the party.
Don't assume it's impossible. Here's how to overcome the obstacles that every entrepreneur faces.
It's fine if you did--but acknowledging your true motives, even the selfish ones, is crucial to your startup's success.
At a recent conference, LinkedIn VP of Mobile Products Joff Redfern explained why the company created a mobile job search application.
Okay, she's got 4000 followers-and a pink-tipped resume. But can she get venture backing?
Building a better mousetrap is a waste of time if nobody knows it exists.
The cupcake business that was listed on Nasdaq a week ago announced it would close all shops due to decline in sales.
If you're not doing something hard, you're wasting your time, says noted investor Heidi Roizen.
Have to give an employee bad news? Here's why you should welcome the awkwardness--and how to overcome it.
When the world changes, your company must as well in some fundamental ways.
Watch the paper-thin device get bent, stepped on and poked at--without sustaining any damage.
A mobile wallet venture decides to rebrand after learning that it shares its name with an Islamic militant group.
Your business helps society, so you should call yourself a social entrepreneur, right? Ask Bill Drayton--the man who coined the phrase.
Here are a few principles and an automated tool that will help entrepreneurs forecast startup costs and create a solid financial plan for any idea.
Behance co-founder Scott Belsky explains the art of cutting the right corners in the early days of your startup.
Uber drops fares to take on New York's Yellow Taxis, but the ploy may not work.