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Formerly a believer in strictly organic growth, Ellison learned to embrace the path of growth by acquisition. It's a timely reminder to all founders that it's okay to change your mind.
Jack Ma's unique business model helped Alibaba become the massive company it is today.
What small things do you do every day that make you a good product manager?
A simple template that can help you close millions of dollars of business deals throughout your career.
Scottish voters rejected the independence referendum on Thursday, a decision that will have long-lasting effects on the entire UK.
Transformation isn't easy. It requires changing not only people's minds, but their hearts as well. People who drive change share these three traits.
Part of the Oracle co-founder's legacy may be that no one else will ever reach his level of personal luxury.
A new study suggests that being kind to yourself about occasional laziness could be a great way to boost your productivity.
The open-concept office has its detractors. But it can improve communication without harming productivity.
The Alibaba founder failed his college entrance exam--twice--en route to founding the $25 billion company.
Foursquare co-founder Dennis Crowley talks to Inc.'s Scott Gerber about his experiences founding companies, lessons from selling a business to Google, and why the future belongs to personalized search.
Simple strategies for managing the pressure of running your own business
The months-long security breach at Home Depot stores affected 56 million debit and credit cards, the company revealed.
Drawing up a plan with the counsel of trusted advisors can not only help you visualize your goals and the necessary steps to achieve them, but it can also remedy a lot of the uncertainty that held you back in the first place.
There are important lessons you and your employees can learn when you stop judging people by their answers to this frequently asked networking and cocktail-party question.
You might know him best as one of the staple sharks on "The Shark Tank," but Mark Cuban didn't get where he is by luck and good looks alone.
These managers never say no to a new project, but they micromanage every detail. And they could be holding your organization back.
Making these five mistakes will spell certain death for a young startup. Here's what you need to avoid if you want your business to succeed in the long run.
(So at least you never had to be afraid to ask.)
As he tries to reinvent Foursquare, its CEO shares some straight talk about the daily ups and downs of running your own company.