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Sometimes you find a great restaurant where and when you least expect it.
Some businesses insist on politeness and respect at all times. Not this huge business.
Consumers are savvier than ever and are calling BS on disingenuous brands.
Having a high IQ is great, but confidence is a much more potent trait when it comes to success in the workplace and in life.
People respond to leaders who are authentic and genuine. Be authentic and genuine every day of the week.
Whenever you approach potential investors, revenue will form a big part of negotiations.
Feel like you've been talking forever? Here's how to politely move on.
There is no question that companies are waiting longer to go public these days.
Eggs were thrown. A flag was burned. Trump had to jump a barricade. Tech employees attended both to protest and to hear Trump speak.
Brooklyn's 3D-printing darling makes a last-ditch attempt to cost-cut its way to a techno-maker revolution.
Clay Alexander envisions a world in which all your dishware is smart--and it starts with his coffee mug.
The U.S. financial services industry is undergoing a revolutionary shift
Stop writing diary entries and start writing for action
The creator of Wickr, a highly-encrypted messaging service, says that corporations should never hack their own systems to deliver information to the U.S. government.
You don't need a ton of resources to build a great company. But you do need to know how to communicate.
Is the American dream dead? These are 5 things that can be done to revive the dream.
Laremy Tunsil was a Top 10 pick. Until he was pictured wearing a gas mask.
Prince was a superboss--and a passionate developer of others' talents.
How Will Ferrell's (Almost) New Role Outraged the Internet--Until Emotional Intelligence Saved the Day
Message to Mr. Ferrell: Disaster averted.
Scandals involving top executives have far-reaching impacts on the business.