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Ever wanted to talk to someone but couldn't think what to say? Next time, try one of these 10 suggestions.
Can you define slendro, jeggings, and chilaquiles? Read on for these and six other newly dictionary-worthy terms.
As a graduate with a business degree and focus in marketing, you'll be up against thousands of other young professionals looking for the same elusive jobs.
The ride-hailing startup's new and improved headquarters will be designed so that employees feel like they're part of a team, not a "cog in the wheel."
For 10 years, Peter Drucker was a mentor and friend. Here's what I learned from him.
Being CEO isn't always the most exciting thing you can do at your company, Alexis Maybank says.
Entrepreneur icons Ben and Jerry support Sanders for President. Should other entrepreneurs get on the bandwagon?
Ellen Lupton, curator at Copper Hewitt, says your product is a key opportunity to communicate with customers. Make sure it speaks for your company.
Three college students in Chile have come up with an innovative solution for bicycle security: self-locking bikes. Break the lock, and you've disabled the bike.
A social media giveaway can be a boon or a bust. Have the answers to these four questions at the outset so you don't waste your money.
The bestselling author and CNN host wants to fund great content, not "clickbait."
The man behind the third-most watched TED Talk ever says that when speaking to an audience, no matter the arena, remember: you're there to give.
Use this Hollywood hit maker's main technique for acquiring rabid fans time and time again.
Ellen Pao says her fight against gender discrimination in Silicon Valley isn't over.
Getting your pitch right can help get the sale. So why not take it all the way to perfect? Here are ten tips to help you get there.
A Justice Department investigation has resulted in the stunning arrest of seven executives from international soccer's governing body, and another probe by Swiss officials could mean more allegations to come.
Just when you think the cloud computing industry can't grow any larger, it does.
The only way for businesses to succeed today is to consistently enable great experiences for their customers at every touchpoint.
Messaging isn't just about disappearing photos or replacing text messaging - they're changing the very way that humans are communicating.
The 'Shark Tank' host recently spoke at Inc.'s iCONIC conference about the problems that plague many of his entrepreneurs.