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Bungled that all-important first meeting? All is not lost if you follow this advice.
She will replace her father Edward Johnson, as announced in a memo to shareholders.
Days after its biggest drop of the year, the stock market took another dive on Monday.
People buy from people, so the sooner you embrace becoming the face of your company, the better. And that means getting over your fear of public speaking.
This article is the second of a 6-part series that addresses common growing pains and challenges that startups encounter, and offers advice on how to bypass these hurdles while keeping your team and customers top of mind. The following topics will be addressed throughout this series: global expansion, hyper growth and hyper change, recruitment, branding, and preserving your vision and organic company culture. Anaplan is reinventing the foundation of business planning and execution and aims to change the way companies align people and plans to market opportunities.
At Comic Con, costumed performers roaming the halls is a given. Photographer Anka Itskovich, who has long been documenting fashion-forward characters, gave us a ring-side seat to this year's NYC-based event.
Container Store founder Kip Tindell's new book Uncontainable shows how genuinely caring about the people in and around your business is the surest road to profitability.
It's hard to be your smoothest or smartest self when you know you're being watched--and possibly evaluated--at every moment.
With holiday sales expected to spike more than usual this season, here's how you can ensure your business is ready to make the best of it.
Social Media and SEO have undoubtedly become more intertwined than anyone could have ever imaged and more important for your business than ever.
The sales pitches that result in the most sales in the least amount of time are the ones that don't try to sell anything to anyone.
Learn how to successfully encourage your team to share their thoughts about your company and how you're leading it.
Staying polite and courteous is always the rule. Here are the best ways to deal with rude online reviewers.
Are entrepreneurs born or made? New research by Stanford Graduate School of Business Professor Kathryn Shaw adds to the evidence on the "made" side of the column.
High deductibles and confusion about what's covered suggest that the Affordable Care Act still has a long way to go.
Too much emotional exposure is often too much to handle in the workplace, but just enough will turn you into an exceptional leader.
Computers with voice recognition are being used--sometimes discreetly--to add extra security during calls with customers.
Everyone hits a point where the stress is too much to bear. What should you do when that person is your co-founder?
Let's have a debate about pro-rata rights. Our industry needs to figure this out.
There are several possibilities that could prevent you from getting a raise, and not all of them are a reflection of your performance.