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While private companies should continue bringing on new workers, wage gains are expected to shrink in the year ahead, according to a new report.
Did you make some New Years resolutions that didn't work out so great? Here is how to keep your promises to yourself.
It is essential for those involved in the real estate business, or any business, to realize that in order to keep ahead of your competition, market research is key.
Don't settle for a boilerplate list of responsibilities.
Computers and the machines they run began replacing humans decades or even centuries ago.
Actress Helen Mirren lays into drunk drivers in the upcoming spot.
A high-profile Wharton professor claims learning to procrastinate increased his creativity. Here's why psychologists disagree.
Plenty of people could be doing a better job of attracting new connections, showing up in searches and selling their professional attributes.
Illinois wants to invest $220 million in startups. Don't tell me it's toorisky a play by a state with big budget troubles.Think of it as a diversifiedinvestment in jobs that more governments should consider.
Many celebrities and influencers are using a new tool called SocialRank to discover and engage more personally with their fans and followers on social media.
If unemployment is a symptom of a weak economy, creating more jobs is only a band-aid solution; the real cure is a resurgence of entrepreneurship.
Carey Smith, founder of Big Ass Fans, describes how running his old and new businesses concurrently helped him see which one customers preferred more.
Landing a publishing deal with a mainstream publisher opens up a lot of new opportunities.
Jim Schleckser, CEO of the CEO Project, explains why founders should make their hiring process extremely rigorous.
It's not easy for a service provider to disrupt an industry. To some entrepreneurs, it might even be nerve-wracking to be benchmarked against "tried and true" solutions."It can be daunting to go...
They cost little -- but pay big rewards.
There's no "how-to" guide for navigating the tricky path of entrepreneurship.
It all starts with atoms and bits. Seriously.
Not keeping the differences straight between firing and laying off may cost Yahoo a fortune.
Randi Zuckerberg calls this the entrepreneur's dilemma. Does it ring true for you?