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The leader describes his deliberate approach to navigating a crisis.
Three entrepreneurs offer the useful methods they've devised to address their personal weaknesses.
The US Open is arguably the biggest tennis tournament in the world. While the players are inspiring to watch, there are also lessons at the Open for any entrepreneur chasing a big goal.
It's about time you get on top of asking your boss about a raise. These tips will help make it happen.
A veteran entrepreneur offers a CliffsNotes version of essential media training for founders.
The U.S. added 142,000 jobs in August, falling far short of expert predictions and sparking speculation of what's ahead.
Every young company needs an experienced adviser to help it succeed, but you shouldn't hire just anyone.
Venture capitalist Vinod Khosla recently told an audience of conference goers that it's impossible to predict what's coming. But that doesn't mean you can't be prepared.
In less than two years, startup Felix has gotten its smartphone cases onto shelves at Staples and the Apple Store, and is en route to $1.5 million in annual sales.
Here's how to do something with the mountain of information your company is sitting on. @salubriousdish
Here's how to make good use of the incredible volume of data your company is likely generating.
Hosting a podcast series helps increase brand recognition and provides a credibility boost.
Crowdfunding consultant Alex Daly outlines how the introduction of equity crowdfunding will affect the existing market.
The word "influencer" has taken on a somewhat nebulous reputation in the world of marketing. As it turns out, tools exist that not only help your company define and categorize online influencers but also leverage their power, sometimes with very good results.
American consumers are less satisfied--compared both with last year and with consumers in a number of other countries.
Entrepreneurs must learn to value the little wins -- and never forget the people who helped along the way (spouses included).
It's a big waste of time--and there's another question that will give you far more useful answers.
Science shows that just listening to your favorite tunes is great for your mood and productivity, but this is even better.
When communicating with employees, bosses, customers, or colleagues, you'll be more effective if you follow these simple guidelines.
You won't find this recipe in any cookbook. Here's how chef Dominique Ansel created one of the most disruptive dessert items in years.
Stuck with a writing project? Don't just go for a walk or drink coffee. Try these tips.