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The next time you do market research, try to limit the contact between participants. The less the individuals interact, the more innovative their ideas will be.
Want to help your employees improve their performance? Start by getting rid of traditional evaluations.
If you need funding to start or grow your woman-owned small business or startup, consider these female-friendly investment, loan, and grant opportunities.
If late nights and a bit of instability don't intimidate you, it may be time to start freelancing.
The legal weed business brings together people with highly specialized skills who perform a surprisingly wide range of roles.
Who needs work-life balance? These people who ate, showered, and slept at their workplaces certainly didn't.
If your team's not leading the way you want them to, it may be you.
Mood-enhancing shades to inspire you and your team.
A new device will use your personal data to dispense exactly the nutrients you need, when you need them.
Sometimes it takes a village to stay on task.
Antoine Walker made (and lost) $108 million. Now he's teaching young stars how not to lose their money.
"You can design and create and build the most wonderful place in the world. But it takes people to make the dream a reality." -Walt Disney
Don Charlton, founder of recruiting platform Jazz, explains how growing up in poverty affected his career both negatively and positively.
The Export Import Bank and the Small Business Administration's 7(a) loan programs upon which thousands of entrepreneurs depend face uncertain futures.
It turns out you're not the only one who gets annoyed by loud gum-chewers.
The online retailer is experimenting with a "badge-based compensation program" where employees' pay is determined by their skill set.
The motives, values, and passions of entrepreneurs--their "animal spirits"--have come under attack recently.
Tom Gimbel, CEO of LaSalle Network, explains why leaders should ignore the stigmas surrounding letting go of bad hires.
Apple sold fewer iPhones in the last quarter than Wall Street analysts expected. Here's why the company's "golden goose" may be in trouble.
Without measurement, your efforts will leave you feeling like you're doing a lot without getting much done.