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It's Labor Day. In honor of hard workers everywhere (and the labor movement itself), here are some of the most inspiring quotes about working hard and watching it pay off.
Coming soon: cars that interact with your smartphone like never before.
The candidate has been holding a series of meetings with tech companies to bolster his innovation credentials.
The venture capitalist says startups shouldn't sweat the current economic environment.
The FDA's crackdown on Just Mayo have some questioning current standards and regulations
There are many measures of success. Which means the most to you?
Steve Jobs probably used these recordings to alter his mental state, change his moods, and keep himself creative.
How a mindful approach keeps you on the path to a successful business.
The Jonas Brothers and Justin Bieber's manager Scooter Braun are among the investors getting into the hot market for alcohol delivery.
Greenhouse manufacturers have bounced back from the recession by taking on a new class of clients: pot businesses looking for a way to lower their energy costs.
Corporations launched accelerators and innovation centers in bulk --- are they working? Should startups care?
Venture capitalists, including early investors in the social network, favor founder chiefs.
Here's a perfect excuse to buy some of those old-school supplies for "work" reasons. As it turns out, most of these classic products have real-life creativity benefits.
What stops most people from actively building their value is a misconception--that such value-building is a long, expensive, tedious process. In fact, if you know what to look for, you can build your own value in as little as one hour per day.
Who produces better work--slow creators or prolific ones? One of America's foremost novelists weighs in.
Some management styles are out of date. The NFL's may be one of them.
You don't need to be liked by everyone, but you will always need a strong following for your company to thrive.
Don't let the people who matter to you go under-appreciated every day -- reach out and tell them how you care.
Habits don't just happen--you have to make an active decision about forming them.
Check out this simple scorecard to help you incrementally improve your company's Finance Pillar so you have a stable base upon which to scale.