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The popular online dating app's co-founder will stay on as chairman while leading the new Swipe Ventures.
Karaoke is fun and hilarious--and karaoking with co-workers will pay unexpected dividends back in the office.
The startup reportedly raised billions in funding showcasing technology that cannot yet be commercialized.
A new report suggests that the odds of children out-earning their parents have declined sharply, as U.S. wealth is increasingly concentrated among the few.
Great leaders give a gift that has an impact.
Puzder heads CKE Restaurants Holdings, the parent company of Carl's Jr., Hardee's and other chains.
The beverage company's third-quarter profit fell 28 percent this year.
What does it take not to get stuck in the center seat?
A surprising new survey from Pew suggests that information overload is more hype than reality.
There's a way to save a little time and frustration if you're a smartphone user.
This week, cyber entrepreneur George Kurtz dishes about the challenges of building and selling his first company to McAfee.
Is speed really all it's cracked up to be in the startup world?
To achieve more or rise faster, you need great teams. Teams do as well as you support them. Do you support yours enough?
The 3 Jobs In High Demand in 2017 Might Console The 60 Percent of Yik Yak Employees Laid Off This Week
There's never a convenient time to be laid off, but there's always a silver lining--if you look hard enough.
When was the last time you learned more by talking than asking questions? Smart professionals rely on these key principles of question-based leadership.
Your body talks -- do you know what it's saying?
I had forgotten two major lessons--until Werner Vogels reminded me of them.
T.J. Miller's new movie unfolds like a guide on what not to do.
The basics on employee apprenticeship programs, what they do, and why America needs them.