Small Business News
The rap legend began disrupting the headphone market with Beats' core product six years ago. Here are the design features that turned Beats into a game changer--and a $3 billion company.
Why spend a small fortune to get yourself up and selling? Here are 10 apps that get you in the running pronto.
Steve Ballmer, the former Microsoft CEO who is currently on the company's board, is leaving to focus on teaching and his ownership of the L.A. Clippers.
Honey works better than vinegar, every time
Inc.com columnist Minda Zetlin outlines step-by-step how to effectively influence everyone around you.
No one can do their best job when the wrong processes are in place
David Plouffe, who ran Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign, has been hired to lead Uber's newest marketing push as the company tries to gain worldwide acceptance.
Iyengar, who helped bring yoga to the West, died Wednesday morning at age 95. Here's why his life and influence matter to entrepreneurs.
NFIB's small business optimism survey has shown an improvement in July
It is possible to get off the work-mania burnout roller coaster. You just need to follow this simple process.
Not sure if you should make the startup gamble? Here are clues to help steer your direction.
Poorly organized panel interviews can waste a lot of time. The key is to know the job and recognize the different roles leaders and fact-finders play. Spending 30 minutes organizing these roles upfront can save you from hiring the wrong person.
When turning your business into a success feels impossible, take a lesson from others who faced seemingly insurmountable odds.
Alex Daly, a crowdfunding expert, explains how to avoid burnout when you work all the time.
You might think you've designed the perfect solution for your customers' problems. Let them be the judges of that.
School's back in session soon, but some startup lessons just don't translate in a classroom.
When it comes to sales, it's about more than just getting products onto the shelf.
Local business owners reflect on how they've been affected by another surge of looting and violence in Ferguson, Missouri over the weekend.
A roundup of recent research provides some insight into the visual cues people rely on to gauge a person's intelligence.
The $80 million economic development bill signed by Deval Patrick is notable for its focus on small business.