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More people filled out applications for unemployment last week, although the numbers is still lower than it was a year ago.
T-Mobile will compensate for its notoriously spotty coverage with the ability to make calls over Wi-Fi.
Michael Schneider, CEO of app development tool Mobile Roadie, speaks about why apps are a big business opportunity.
Employees that work 30 days or more within a year will be entitled to sick days under the new law.
The economy is starting to heat up. Here's how to ready your company for the upswing.
Have you ever wondered how some of those late-night infomercial products made it on television--or even into production?
The secret to your success lies in knowing when and how to ask for help.
Zingerman's co-founder Ari Weinzweig has made peace with time and leads a richer life because of it
A new paper reveals that, by international standards, U.S. professionals keep some seriously strange hours. Should we be concerned?
Driving large volumes of traffic to your website can be a difficult task, but if you employ the right tactics, you can expect your visits to increase exponentially.
Improve your team leadership by putting gratitude in all your actions. Don't be afraid to show your heart and help others.
Schools and universities have doubled their average profit margins over the past two years, as tuition rises.
The Bay Area has a pretty high concentration of influential people, especially if you were to measure influence by the Time 100 list.
Over-celebrating the wrong company events sends the wrong message to those watching you (employees, investors, community advisers, etc.)
Whether you want to explore better decision making, our obsession with status or just want people to like your brand more, there's no shortage of reading material for you in 2014.
Chris Reed, founder of beverage company Reed's Inc., explains why most entrepreneurs perceive failure incorrectly.
With new rules regarding net neutrality currently up for debate, the CEO of GoDaddy has a message for the FCC.
The word "open door policy" is thrown out all the time, but more often then not its not a reality.
As the European Union cuts rates to deal with a sluggish economy, the Euro falls and tourism drops.