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Researchers compromise; the rest of us gloss over their findings.
New players to the marijuana industry could stand to ditch the tired, old logo everyone else uses.
Sheila Lirio Marcelo has built the world's largest online network for care. Here are five things she wants other women to know.
New research from Glassdoor confirms that tech companies and consulting firms pay their employees the most.
Mastering the powerful skill of emotional intelligence can transform your personal and professional lives.
Companies that have superb marketing are often very successful regardless of the product quality.
You learned how to talk when you were a toddler. Now that you are a leader, it's time to learn how to communicate.
If you work smarter, you'll win.
Tobias Ltke, founder of Shopify, explains why CEOs thinking of a public offering should consider what they want to get out of it and how to achieve those goals.
It's not the buyer's job to tell you what they want...it's your job to figure it out
How to rise above the noise and be memorable to the people who matter most to you online.
Arianna Huffington, author of The Sleep Revolution, describes to Inc. executive editor Jon Fine how to improve your health and productivity by getting a better night's sleep.
Fundraising is less of a drag when you aren't chasing the same dollars as everybody else
Randy Komisar, partner at the venture-capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, explains why the most impactful entrepreneurs refuse to follow the status quo.
NFL running back Arian Foster shares his wisdom when it comes to investing in companies, something Foster knows a bit about from experience.
Albert Einstein called this "the most important decision" we make in our lives.
You're doing these awful things to your co-workers with your email, and you don't even realize it.
An often forgotten part of the Southwest is at the epicenter of a handful of new technological revolutions.
Ravin Gandhi, co-founder of GMM Non-Stick Coatings, describes how he decided to support a risky startup that aimed to quickly copy keys.
Studies show that the most productive people use (and write) to-do lists differently.