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What should you do when your brand gets attacked by a pressure group? Strike back? Or ignore it?
The Kickstand Cafe in Arlington, Mass., wanted to give a big donation to the Southern Poverty Law Center, so it offered up all of its sales for a single day.
An Easy Technique to Make Sure Your Talk Makes Lots of Sense, and A Sure-Fire Way to Take Charge of the Room
Executive coach Marshall Goldsmith explains that the key lesson he's learned as a Buddhist is to find happiness in any circumstance.
Jane Wurwand, co-founder of Dermalogica, explains the importance of designing products that feel familiar.
No one talks about it, but unlike most people, successful people don't just let useless meetings happen--they take control and cancel them.
Research shows that the more decent we are ourselves, the better target we are for tricksters.
Over packing your schedule may get you popular, but it will not get you to your goals.
Hollywood personalities like Leonardo DiCaprio and Ashton Kutcher have smartly invested in what was once a tired market.
Building a successful business is a never a smooth journey. An Inc. 30 Under 30 founder shares the less glamorous experiences involved in launching a startup.
When you're a busy entrepreneur, it's easy let yourself go. But, it could be impacting more than just your health.
These entrepreneurs aren't just trying to build businesses; they want to save the world.
How do you compete in an industry controlled by just three companies? One start-up decided to find out for itself.
These 5 short and simple words create the core of every successful sales and marketing campaign.
At first glance, Fortune's Best Workplaces for Millennials seems off. Upon closer inspection, however, it all makes sense--and there are some good lessons for business owners in satisfying employees of all ages.
When you get home from work, what do you do? Here are seven things successful people do with their free time.
The Guggenheim this week unveiled a winning design for its planned Helsinki location, although much remains before the project is finalized. As part of his participation in Inc.'s annual Design Awards earlier this spring, Troy Conrad Therrien, the museum's curator of architecture and digital initiatives, discussed how the Guggenheim was approaching the selection process.
Upstarts like Dollar Shaving Club and Harry's have left traditional giants like Gillette playing catch-up.
British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver worries that a 40 percent failure rate is terrible. But isn't it wonderful?
Awesomeness is contagious.