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A creative exec decided to list his warts, rather than his genius, on his resume. Here's what you can learn from him.
Does inspiration always seem just beyond your grasp? The answer lies in paying attention to yourself.
Rebekka Bay, Gap's former creative director, will join the clothing startup's executive ranks starting in August.
This week, Inc. editors and writers discuss the implications of the Ashley Madison hack, the fate of startups Twice and Homejoy, and how Airbnb and hotel chains can't keep each other from succeeding.
You may have seen the news of A&P's bankruptcy as just another outdated company biting the dust. In truth, it's a chance to reexamine what bankruptcy and failure really mean.
Meeting new people can be awkward. When you don't know anything about each other, what do you talk about? Here are 7 ways to eliminate that awkward feeling and keep the conversation flowing smoothly.
With more than two months to go in the current year, businesses will have to wait for loan approvals until lawmakers raise the program's $18.75 billion ceiling. The program remains on hold until the House acts.
Salary talk is no longer a taboo in every office--and it can result in more equal pay.
There are probably five steps you can take to make your video go viral. I wonder what they are.
The big-data company lists the former PayPal CEO as one of its co-founders.
While funding your own company gives you more control, there are some drawbacks.
Jessica Hagy's visual take on a leadership and strategy class brings classic wisdom to an entirely new level.
Both parties should be happy you made the introduction, glad they met the other person, and thankful to you.
Forget old Hollywood stereotypes you've heard about this place. Africa is a land of opportunity, of entrepreneurs who are taking chances and finding ways to help it grow.
There is no bigger red flag than victim mentality.
Every decent company has its own faithful, loyal, and hard core base of customers who embrace the products and services.
Don Charlton, founder of recruiting platform Jazz, explains how offering a discount to rising star tech companies brought his business many more clients through word-of-mouth.
A study by Google finds that most people don't have a good understanding of the best ways to keep their tech gadgets secure.
You don't have to be an high-powered extrovert to succeed in life and business--those who succeed are somewhere in the middle.
The Tie Bar CEO Michael Alter explains how he was able to smoothly transition into a leadership role in an entirely different industry.