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A look at the applications coming in for Inc.'s annual feature.
Popular media images present an escapist, even pornographic version of starting a business.
By serving your employees, you can build a happier, more-productive business with a better bottom line.
As an entrepreneur, you will make mistakes. Embrace them--and even use them to optimize your goals.
It's true that younger employees generally don't stay put for long. But you might be able to persuade them with a little investment.
The League says it's promoting diversity by requiring users to disclose their ethnicity in order to join.
Finding the job that's perfect for you requires insight, persistence and a willingness to sacrifice.
Sometimes we're our own worst enemy. Try being your own best friend instead.
Chances are that your non-virtual systems are ripe for the picking.
Kory Kogon, author of The 5 Choices: The Path to Extraordinary Productivity, offers two paths you can take to help your brain draw conclusions.
The aggressive car-hailing company has capped demand-based pricing during the weather emergency in New York, but not necessarily out of the goodness of its heart.
Sharefile founder Jesse Lipson says you can't win by not losing.
An entrepreneur sets forth his 'un-resolutions' to turn into a better leader, grow and inspire employees to new heights.
Elon Musk went airborne in a recent episode of The Simpsons. See what the high-flying entrepreneur actually has to say about the invention.
Accepting mobile payments is a win-win for retailers and consumers alike
Everyone makes mistakes, but leaders are held accountable to a much higher standard for their mistakes. Avoid the following seven common mistakes made by leaders.
The online service gives users access to TV shows for a good price, but there are a few catches.
Happy customers are one of your most valuable business assets -- if you know which questions to ask.
Anyone can learn to be a more effective communicator by learning some very simple and effective habits.
6 tips for ensuring you're not running a dead company walking.