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Frank Sorrentino, CEO of ConnectOne Bank, explains how staying tuned into social media can better your business.
A sales expert explains how to get prospects to sign on the dotted line.
If you aren't aware that there's a very good probability that your startup will fail then you're just a bit naive.
How Oprah Winfrey, Jeff Bezos, and others embody the American Dream
File under weird research findings: The best way to help out a nervous job candidate may be to be meaner.
Complaints poured in after the company suffered a massive Internet outage early this morning.
Figuring out which Key Performance Indicators ("KPI") clearly show you are running the company well is critical
If you focus on enjoying the ups and downs of entrepreneurship, you may just become better at it in the process. Here's how to have your cake and eat it too.
Sam Bacharach, co-founder of Bacharach Leadership Group, explains why politics and entrepreneurship cannot be separated.
This Silicon Valley CEO says within 10 years anybody who wants to generate their own electricity off-the-grid will be able to do it for the cost of installing a swimming pool in California.
Some are calling San Francisco the startup hub and on track to take over Silicon Valley in terms of the tech industry. And with good reason.
What I Learned from the World's Fastest Growing Companies
Use these 14 tips to ensure your business card is the least likely to end up in the trash can.
The CEO of a startup dedicated to fixing meetings shares the takeaways of hundreds of hours of research into what's wrong with the average office get-together.
There's a difference between living your brand's story and simply talking about it. Here's how to understand the difference.
Most business owners know that unhappy employees cost you money, but you'll be shocked at how high that cost actually is.
Here's to American companies that are making good financial moves to increase their long term value, even if they're not immediately popular or subjects them to public criticism.
In developing countries, 100 million girls are dropping out of school because of their periods--and nobody is talking about it because it's taboo.
A new survey offers some surprising insight into what goes on in your employees' minds.
This article kicks off a 6-part series that tracks a new business from idea to launch to success or failure. The Giant Pixel Corporation, a startup studio, will design and build the product--Sobo, a social sound board app for iPhone--in 3 months, and then launch and market it for 3 months. At the end of 6 months, we'll declare it a success or failure.