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Figuring out what to pay your employees is hard. This VC firm wants to help.
It might not cause varicose veins, but crossing your legs can create long-term problems. The solution? Some numbers that might help convince your boss to invest in standing desks.
It turns out that your Facebook status updates can tell you more about yourself than you think.
When no more workers are needed, how will an economy function?
The vacation rental site's valuation keeps growing--and growing and growing.
By 2019, 11 percent of the population will be 65 or older.
Here's an insider's advice on how to build your brand on the social networking site.
In 2001, two tech guys decided to build a company around the daring vision, "to end human suffering in the world as it relates to technology." It isn't a tech story at all, rather a story every company in the world should study and embrace, to end their own corporate suffering.
Are you fed up with people attending meetings staring at their phones? It's a bad office habit that has to stop.
Who is controlling the narrative? Lyft breaks silence, saying "the line was crossed."
Path Forward connects companies with mid-career professionals who are hoping to return to work after taking time away for caregiving.
Many college graduates are in for a rude awakening when they start the job hunt. Here are 5 pieces of advice you need to know before graduation:
Successful bosses share these traits that command respect and inspire employee productivity.
You don't often hit a home run with your first swing. Today's most successful entrepreneurs know the greatest risk yields the greatest reward.
It shouldn't be harder to start a business in America than it is in Canada or France, the Democratic candidate says.
The tech giant's new service would cost less than rivals Spotify and Apple Music but only would be available to owners of the internet-connected device.
If it's not your job, ladies, resist getting pulled into clean-up work.
Learners Guild, Make School and Holberton School pitch themselves asalternatives to college that won't charge you a dime unless you land a job.
Techniques honed by elite athletes are also used by top CEOs
A week after the restaurant chain announced it was pulling the bands, an announcement out of the Consumer Product Safety Commission indicates just how large the recall actually is. Children experienced skin irritation, and even blisters.