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Turning a prospect into a customer is easy if you don't miss the moment.
Don't miss your opportunity to win over the next VC you pitch. Here are seven simple ways to stand out from other startups.
Chip Wilson, founder of the yoga and athletic apparel brand, will sell half his shares for $845 million.
Cameron Sinclair is aiming to change the way we think about design--by celebrating the world's worst creative failures.
7-Eleven. Patagonia. Walgreens. These days nearly every corporation wants to create a VC arm. And it's not about the potential returns.
As concerns regarding information security continue to grow, Google is using its clout to encourage encryption.
The business world needs both great leaders and great managers but most people don't do both well. Take this quiz and find out which style is yours.
The way Boston restauranteur Ayn Muir updates his menus is a reminder that sometimes the best data isn't the biggest.
Author Joshua Wolf Shenk argues that two is the magic number when it comes to generating real innovation.
A welcome message is an easy way to let your prospects feel important and engaged from the get-go.
The best-selling author explains why individuals who have failed before have a distinct advantage over the most talented job candidates.
Although Tekmira's injection hasn't yet been proven safe, the FDA may allow it to become available to infected patients.
You may dislike the work habits of our Congress, but there's one thing you can learn from them: Sometimes it pays to bunk where you work.
Bai founder Ben Weiss describes the strategy he took to land in big-box retail locations.
There are a lot of sacrifices involved in making the transition to working for yourself.
CyberSynchs founder Amos Winbush III spoke at GrowCo 2014 about the different questions that need to be answered in order to build and grow a successful company.
You want your website to lure in new customers, but make these mistakes and it's more likely to have them running away.
After double disasters, the airline is attempting to save itself by restructuring. Does it have a chance to succeed?
What can the "F" word do for your business?