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Barry Schuler shares his best business hacks - delivered bite-sized for summer reading.
It's important for business owners to evaluate the quality and effectiveness of their marketing, but they should also be attuned to all possibilities when it comes to increasing sales.
You don't want to come off as the "Best Friend Boss" or the "Bad News Boss." Here are some things to look out for as a leader.
CEO Satya Nadella explains his manifesto to Microsoft employees, and what he envisions for the company moving forward.
A reliable supporter of Democratic candidates in recent years, the tech industry seems to be making a right turn.
If you can't get out of bed, that's OK. Here are several ways to still be productive.
Nickel inside the electronic devices may be the cause of rashes, study shows.
Recreational marijuana providers in Seattle are taking liberties with delivery operations--and it's not all strictly legal.
Zady co-founder Soraya Darabi explains how you need to rely on your own instincts in order to achieve success.
Two heads are only better than one when you actually listen to what the other person has to say. Here's how.
You'll have more engaged participants if you borrow your presentation methods from a science fair. Yes, really. Here's how.
A few scientific studies have come down against group brainstorm sessions. But as Stanford professor Bob Sutton argues, who cares?
Want to make it easier for customers to make a purchase on your site? Here's solid advice on how to do it.
The President is expected to meet with Transportation Department officials to push for a future where automobiles communicate to cut down on crashes.
Put three-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback Tom Brady on the offensive line and he will fail. In fact, you would likely see him fired from the team - and for good reason. The assumption? He's not a good football player. That conclusion couldn't be farther from the truth. In a word, the problem is alignment.
Step No. 2 of Marshall Goldsmith's transformative leadership roadmap is to accept feedback as a gift and listen with complete attention.
A great idea is only the first step toward success.
Having built four startups from scratch and now investing in them full-time, you could say I'm in the business of "entrepreneurship." But I don't think that's the right term anymore. At all.
There are simple ways to make employees love their work. (Warning: Just because they're simple doesn't mean they're easy.)
Reid Hoffman, the LinkedIn co-founder and author of the new book the Alliance, explains the more explicit conversation that will build trust and loyalty during your hiring process.