Small Business News
Going into business with someone else? Consider your choice of partner carefully.
Researchers recently studied how the unexpected affects creativity. The results are, well, a nice surprise.
With hurricane season upon us, it's crucial to make sure your company has proper IT processes and business insurance in place.
The three-wheeled Elio car is technically a motorcycle, but with all the features of a car--and it might be about to change the game.
Knowing your customers' individual needs is the best way to keep them happy. Here's how to find them.
A distinguished management expert wonders why he cares so much that the cool people notice him
Here's a review of a smart (and low-priced) business car.
As parents and kids load up on school supplies, retailers see a boost--but at a cost.
Hackers accessed the supermarket chain's transaction information, but it's still unclear if they used any of the data.
Basecamp Founder Jason Fried explains his decision to become a one-product company.
Inc.com readers had their say this past week on a range of topics. What's on your mind?
On the 45th anniversary of the music festival, Elliot Tiber tells the story of how his family's broken-down motel helped bring Woodstock to life.
Coke will purchase a stake in Monster Beverage with the option to increase.
The 30 owners of Major League Baseball teams chose Rob Manfred, the sport's longtime No. 2, to succeed Bud Selig. Should they have chosen an outsider instead?
When the team is going through a rough month, using a seemingly counterintuitive tactic will turn them around.
Burned out? Overworked? Ready to move on? Here's what you need to do.
"Getting a raise" is an exciting accomplishment, but it's also a subjective one.
Crowdfunding expert Alex Daly explains the differences between the two platforms to help you choose your best option.
There's lots of investment advice out there on the Internet, but these are the five things that you should know that you've never been told.
If there aren't challenging stretch goals, there's nowhere to grow.