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Great teams are led by great leaders, and great leaders all share traits that are absolutely essential to their ability to lead.
This week, Inc. editors and writers debate about whether or not Trump's pick for the Small Business Administration, billionaire co-founder of World Wrestling Entertainment, will stick up for the little guy.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has said, "We generally acquire a company every three to four weeks. And so it's a rare month that there's not a company being bought." Here's how to get some of that cash.
The update arrives as the app reportedly passed the $1 billion in revenue mark at the end of January.
The automotive pricing website had a rough final quarter of 2016.
Setting a clear roadmap will position your new hire to be successful from day one.
An author runs down the impressive benefits of lifelong learning.
The embattled blood-testing startup is struggling financially, new numbers from The Wall Street Journal reveal.
A tech industry bubble with tons of cash has built some of the biggest startups today. Should you chase this bubble or lead the next one?
Nope, it's not advice about seven habits... but a different way of looking at your life and what you want to achieve.
Police across the country are giving people who shop or sell online a safe way to complete in-person delivery or pick-up.
When you're faced with the inevitable adaptive challenges an organization encounters throughout its lifecycle, communication is key.
If I had said nice things about crappy software, Steve would have concluded that I was clueless.
An unconventional program in Bolivia shows how to nudge people towards good behavior.
A great business is so much more than a product or service. These business leaders live and die by customer experience.
It's important to cherish every moment you've been blessed with.
"Getting to know the customer" is taking on a much deeper meaning.
The balance between logic and creativity in the workplace
The word "frantic" comes from the late Middle English word frentik meaning insane, violently mad. Are you driving your startup insane?