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The Guggenheim this week unveiled a winning design for its planned Helsinki location, although much remains before the project is finalized. As part of his participation in Inc.'s annual Design Awards earlier this spring, Troy Conrad Therrien, the museum's curator of architecture and digital initiatives, discussed how the Guggenheim was approaching the selection process.
Upstarts like Dollar Shaving Club and Harry's have left traditional giants like Gillette playing catch-up.
British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver worries that a 40 percent failure rate is terrible. But isn't it wonderful?
Awesomeness is contagious.
To be an entrepreneur, you don't have to create something new. You simply need to figure out how to improve on something that is broken.
Surveys don't mean jack.
The venture firm with the best track record for spotting billion-dollar businesses may surprise you.
Twisted Sister guitarist Jay Jay French had a million things on his mind when the band stepped onstage for the first time since the death of its longtime drummer. The power of practice, and lots of it, helped him and the band perform at their peak. Here's why you should never stop practicing.
Just 10 to 40 minutes of physical activity can boost brain power. And you don't need any fancy equipment.
Business can be passive aggressive in our politically correct times. So the signs of dislike can be very subtle.
Sometimes it's better to follow than to lead, but how do you know which crazy leader is worth following?
The specialty coffee maker believes dumping one of its revenue streams will be good for business. Here's why.
Companies need to understand the responsibility that comes with the ability to communicate a message to a global audience through their employees.
Dollar Shave Club got its first big boost from a 2012 YouTube video that cost $4,500 and took a single day to shoot. It went supernova-viral in 72 hours.
To expand business and stay under budget, be social and think long term with your marketing vendors.
If you ask your staff for big, innovative ideas but have to reject many of them, you need to make sure they don't feel rejected and spread negativity.
What separates the successful few from the pack? A complete understanding of the crucial elements of scaling and running a business.
Some people don't realize they are losing the respect of their colleagues. Check here to see if you are an unaware offender.
Why is that some people seem to have great instincts it comes to business? Maybe it's because they work at it. You might not know what your customers are thinking, but there are steps you can take to get better insights into their sales decisions.
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