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Receiving interest in your for-sale business can be exciting, but it can also be a lot of work. Knowing how to identify qualified buyers will help make it easier.
The corner office with the view and the framed photo of Fido are over, according to star architect Clive Wilkinson. Here's his vision for the future of workplace design.
Now, tinkerers can build snap-together hardware projects that connect to the Internet.
Need some help collecting the money you're owed? Start here.
No matter how talented you are (or how "big" your idea), every entrepreneur needs a little help.
Trust is not spoken, it is demonstrated. Trust cannot be requested, it must be earned. Answer these three questions to assess how trustworthy your team thinks you are.
One brave founder shares the things she wished she'd known before starting up.
You don't have to be born mentally tough. Mental toughness can be developed.
Manish Chandra details a typical day in his life as a startup CEO.
Because of the cross-functional nature of her role, Tracy Sun counts on the quieter time at the end of the day.
When you scale up your data analysis efforts, better decision-making will follow.
Sometimes you just end up following the wrong career path and it takes someone else to objectively point it out. Here are 5 signs you can identify on your own.
Poor customer service costs U.S. companies billions every year. To build customer loyalty, avoid these mistakes.
The co-founder of LinkedIn discusses his new book "The Alliance" and shares a simple rule for testing out new products.
Hamburgers, pizza, and now ice cream, 3D printing is giving food more aesthetic value.
Here's how some of the most popular websites use data-driven product recommendations to figure out what customers want next.
Venture capital is alive and well in 2014--at least for some industries.
So, you have a dream about "doing a startup," and the Valley is calling. Let's look at some pros and cons.
Customers are more likely to respond to emails that are short, sweet, and get right to the point.
Americans in particular tend to work longer weeks. The trouble is, they're not necessarily more productive as a result.