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When your buttons are pushed at work, there are two things you can do. One will diffuse anger, calm things down, and make you look like a rock star.
Traditionalists, shield your eyes: The beloved snack is making a big change to its prizes.
Slack has become a phenomenon in the workplace, but many are finding it a quagmire for communication, and here are some alternative ways to keep them working
Send Out Cards is weathering a huge corporate culture shift from a company that makes a physical product to a tech-based brand with a personal touch.
Here are the 10 most valuable traits that all billionaires have in common which they attribute to their wealth
Here are a few things you can learn from pop star Katy Perry on content marketing.
Before taking off for China on business, be prepared to lose access to some of your favorite communication apps and websites.
What's the one thing that sets apart the overwhelmingly wealthy from the rest of the world--other than money, of course?
Respect your team's time and give people the tools to generate ideas effectively.
In the words of Leonardo da Vinci, "Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication."
The goal is to create an environment where developers can train their AI systems to get smarter.
The Problem With Innovation Isn't "Getting Out Of The Box"
Stemcentrx was acquired for $5.8 billion in cash, but the deal could be worth more than $10 billion if the company hits successful milestones for clinical developments.
Those with more confidence are the ones who get the promotions and outperform their peers.
Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO of Vayner Media and host of The #AskGaryVee Show, explains why he wouldn't work with certain companies regardless of how much they're willing to pay.
Playing this game will help you exercise your creative muscle--and could lead to an ingenious new product.
For starters, he's aiming to cure all diseases by the end of this century.
You're doing yourself, and your company, a disservice when you send group emails that only require one person's response.
It's harder than it looks trying to change a company's culture.
Yes, sitting in front of a computer all day is bad for you--but there are other ways that your daily work routine could be detrimental to your physical and mental well-being.