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As Apple's stock soars to a new high, the lesson is about anticipating the next big breakout product.
If the reports are true about Google's new on-demand music service, the product could put a nail in competitors' coffins.
When Google went public back in August 2004, the company began its march toward being of the most powerful and innovative brands in the world.
Navigating the galaxy is tough work. Good thing these fictional stars adhere to wise leadership principles.
Before you start texting your customers like crazy, be sure to follow these rules.
George Patton's leadership principles have substance and are as meaningful today as they were in the life-and-death struggle of war over 70 years ago.
Double Fine COO Justin Bailey explains how his crowdfunding project survived even when it was hugely short on cash.
Under new CEO Brian Cornell, Target is trying to find its footing following last year's data breach.
An overwhelming proportion of workers say they spend a significant portion of the day on nonwork activities. Here are a few of the top time-wasters and how you can combat them.
Before committing to your company, investors will want to know that their money is in capable hands. These are the personality traits that they'll be looking for.
Why it's important to master what you already know.
The trick to luring quality hires isn't minimizing your company's challenges. It's selling them.
Tiago Paiva and Cristina Fonseca spent 10 nights coding to create Talkdesk, a call center platform that now brings in several million dollars a year.
At top accelerators, companies move so fast that only a lack of cash slows them down. Demo Day, and the investment that often comes with it, are the rocket fuel that keeps companies climbing.
The rap legend began disrupting the headphone market with Beats' core product six years ago. Here are the design features that turned Beats into a game changer--and a $3 billion company.
Why spend a small fortune to get yourself up and selling? Here are 10 apps that get you in the running pronto.
Steve Ballmer, the former Microsoft CEO who is currently on the company's board, is leaving to focus on teaching and his ownership of the L.A. Clippers.
Honey works better than vinegar, every time
Inc.com columnist Minda Zetlin outlines step-by-step how to effectively influence everyone around you.
No one can do their best job when the wrong processes are in place