Small Business News
Bringing in new tools or processes at the office can make waves. Here's how to seamlessly implement change and get it done with employee consensus.
Workers leave good bosses and bad bosses in equal measure, according to a new study from the University of Illinois.
Fenwick & West tracks an increase in so-called down rounds, and with them, protections for private investors.
STEM education and technical knowledge aren't the only skills in demand these days. The soft-skills revolution is growing -- here's what it means for your workplace.
What might seem like your worst moment may become your biggest success
In social media, quality will bemore important than quantity in the year ahead. Here are three steps to ensuring you're on the right track.
A team of scientists unveiled a crazy new way to create objects that change shape.
This latest research shows excessive CEO salaries have a huge impact on employees.
Chris Slowe -- Reddit's first employee, fourth co-founder, and former chief executive -- has rejoined the company.
Forget the arbitrary number in your head. Getting to financial safety is all about doing the math, says finance expert Jane Bryant Quinn.
Even companies have new year's resolutions that need to be kept.
Fewer than 10 percent of companies make a disciplined effort to unlock new sources of profitable growth from their core business. Here's a guide to recognizing--and monetizing--your company's overlooked assets.
Science -- and a host of experts -- offer tips for working parents to kill their guilt once and for all.
If you want to make moves in your career, you need to keep your ear to the ground to ensure that you pick up on the latest trends.
This week, Inc. editors and writers talk about the likelihood of Michael Bloomberg running for president, which candidates entrepreneurs in various industries support, and the startups working to get candidates to the White House.
Inaccurate bookkeeping--whether your books are simply out of date or in total disarray--will cost you plenty in the long run. Here are some of the expensive dangers of bad bookkeeping.
Next time you post a job you want to fill, make sure the application process reflects a company people would want to work for.
In the ancient game of Go, humans always beat computers. Until now.
Grit is great, but it's worthless without these two other traits--and your colleagues and team know it.
The e-commerce giant said on Thursday that net income rose to $482 million, or $1 per share, from $214 million, or 45 cents per share last year.