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Many male tech entrepreneurs are baffled about women-focused products, but the confusion seems to extend to plenty of investors as well.
A new study shows a precipitous drop in patent grants over the years. That's bad news for you.
Looks like Lyft's a go in the Big Apple, but the service will look different this time
Why just satisfy your customers when you can delight them? Here are eight ways you can make them smile today.
It's also a thoughtful, compassionate blueprint for a better social safety net.
The best-performing companies are places where employees love to work.
Indiegogo founder Danae Ringelmann talks about how she learned the importance of deliberate culture on both people and profits, and how other companies can benefit as well.
The evaluation process takes 10 months. If approved, biosimilars can offer cheaper alternatives of biologic drugs.
Storm Ventures partner Jason M. Lemkin shares just what's expected and unexpected (beyond the obvious) when you enter the startup world as CEO.
Great leaders must be adaptable and single-minded in pursuit of their goals.
Here are six tips to make your point clearly and gracefully in your business writing.
The taxpayer's money was used to aid tech startups, but not as efficiently as you might think.
Plus, the Star Trek star explains fail-proof tactics to use when battling internet trolls.
Natalie Nixon, the director of the strategic design MBA program at Philadelphia University, explains how improvisational thinking keeps you on your toes.
Surely a few ideas on this list will work for you.
The coffee chain aims on attracting customers not only by its coffee, but a variety of food.
Does your mind ever go blank when you're put on the spot? Here's how to have a brilliant response every time.
Selling takes discipline, a system, and an ability to communicate and understand people. Do you have what it takes to be a Superstar in sales?
By asking people how you could do better, you'll set up a new dynamic with your employees, family, and peers. The hard part is really hearing their answers.
So-called "Ban-the-box" laws aim to reduce job discrimination against ex-offenders. Here's what this means for your business.