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Today, countless entrepreneurs are trying to convince investors that their company is the next unicorn. Here are a few positioning tips that are paying off.
Knowing about these disasters is half the battle. Are you ready?
A Kauffman report looks at the factors inhibiting entrepreneurship among mothers, and about what can be done about it.
Check out these decadent gift ideas for this Sunday. Which one will you choose to make the day special?
Successful global business executives know to do their homework before entering into negotiations. Here's what you need to know.
The billionaire pays a quick visit to D.C. to kick-off the week that celebrates small business.
The singer adds to her healthy-lifestyle portfolio with an investment in cold-pressed juice startup WTRMLN WTR.
You're sabotaging yourself by checking email throughout the day.
New research suggests that the Midwest is a thriving startup ecosystem, as California grows increasingly cost-prohibitive for new companies.
Getting your foot in the door at top companies like Facebook, Google, and Apple isn't always easy. Getting interviews is part art and part science.
Keeping yourself available requires lots of time and energy, two of your scarcest resources.
Sony's latest patent would be an impressive feat of technology. It would also create a bevy of issues.
Automation is a fact of life, whether you like it or not.
Want to get hired? Then check out these interview do's and don'ts.
A report by the Society for Human Resource Management attributes the uptick in employee happiness to the improved economy.
Healthy people are more productive, creative and mentally sharp.
I decided to ask some of the world's best digital marketing professionals, "Do you keep your best strategies for yourself?" Here is what they said.
You'll grow only if you know what you are up against.
Whatever you do for the next 2-3 years will affect the next 5-10. Make sure you do something important.
Stay focused and zoned in on the tasks at hand.