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The choices you make every day can help you grow stronger and become better.
Happiness is a choice. Stop doing the things that make you unhappy.
Dumping once-useful piles of paper and digital media can be the key towards understanding your business' past - and charting your next move.
Having the right people in your council is critical to your success as an entrepreneur.
A new survey makes official what you already suspected, the nine-to-five workday is dying. Should we mourn or celebrate?
Think of these advisors as business sherpas: People more experienced than you who help you navigate and climb the startup mountain.
Good constructive criticism takes practice.
To stand out from the crowd and get noticed for the right reasons, try being tactful.
Sabeen Ali, founder and CEO of AngelHack, a global network of 50,000 programmers shares her insights on how to build and manage a team all over the world.
Twitter, Yahoo, Facebook and Google are pushing back against Senate legislation that would require them to alert federal authorities of any terrorist activity.
Every employer wants employees who contribute to the overall success of the company. Here's how the best bring long term ROI.
Anthem is buying rival Cigna for $48 billion in a deal that would create the nation's largest health insurer by enrollment, covering about 53 million U.S patients.
Know what to do if you or a friend feels suicidal. Death is not the answer. Help is available.
Life is full of ups and downs. Here are some quotes to help keep you moving toward success and happiness.
Bad back, idle mind, forgetfulness -- whatever your problem is, there's probably a wearable for it.
Flat management is a reaction to bad management. Companies need to look closely at what isn't working. And, the solution really depends on the size of the organization.
Follow these steps to make your next social media contest a big success.
This husband and wife are raising money so fast that the headline on this article is probably outdated.
Begin by stopping five behaviors that are holding you back.
According to the deal, Uber can keep growing while the city studies the impact on traffic. Meanwhile, New York City politicians trade barbs.