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Marriott now owns 30 hotel brands, including Ritz Carlton, Sheraton, and W.
The social networking site is pushing to expand beyond job-hunting with new features.
The cartoon faces on your phone convey more emotion than most words. The founder of ad platform Emogi explains why they are serious business.
Want your apologies to seem more sincere and genuine? Stop making these four common mistakes.
People from Edward Snowden to privacy experts are weighing in on Google's decision to forgo the added security layer.
They rank lower than Gen X and Baby Boomers in terms of their interest in starting companies.
Shiny people always look good on the outside. That's how they get you.
Some words may grate on your nerves, but business leaders are still using "disrupt," "synergy" and "ideate." You should too.
The #1 nonverbal signal to look for is a change from baseline.
In honor of American Business Women's Day, seven women share advice that has made a big impact on their path to success
Four Ways We Can Fix Broken Startup Culture
Leah Busque, the Executive Chairwoman of Taksrabbit, talks about work/life balance, and how to achieve it through better organization.
It's bad, really bad. Yahoo might now become a poster child for data leaks, poor management, bad design, and what happens when you don't ruthlessly create products your users love.
These 5 books will make you a productivity machine.
Predicting your company's financial future is hard but these tips will help you do it better.
How to work smarter instead of working harder
There has never been a better time for women entrepreneurs. From Rebecca Minkoff to Randi Zuckerberg, hereare the standout founders shattering the glass ceiling.
You'll never guess who's at the top. Go on, guess. And fifth place is a big surprise.
Instead of chasing after perfect work-life balance, entrepreneurs should take the more flexible and forgiving approach of work-life flow.
Here are the 12 Leadership Techniques That Don't Work and how to fix them.