If you're planning on spending the holiday weekend at your desk, here are some compelling (professional) reasons to reconsider.
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The tech industry is doing its best to fight a proposed tax in San Francisco all while keeping at arm's length from the matter.
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The White House is urging a number of businesses to help resettle Syrian refugees in the U.S. At least 15 are already on board.
The Grammy award-winner inked a deal with Adidas to expand his line of shoes, sportswear and apparel--and it could make him very rich.
Uber and Airbnb have inserted a certain convenience to travel and daily commuting, but listen to the debate to find out whether the business model are good or bad for labor and the economy.
A top investor explains what entrepreneurs often do wrong when disaster strikes.
A lot of money is at stake when it comes to financing equipment.
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This week, Inc. editors and writers talk the small business impact of Brexit around the world, debate about whether the Uber for everything is good for the economy and how Shake Shake went public.
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The Baltimore-based company just opened "Lighthouse," a 35,000-square-foot innovation facility that will feature body scanning and 3-D printing.
Reports say Apple is in early talks to buy the rapper's music service.
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CEO David Sacks said the agreement with investors would free the company from potential legal claims.