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The only thing worse than sitting through a boring or obnoxious speech is being the poor soul who just gave it.
Research shows entrepreneurship has more to do with a moneyed family than a "risk-taking gene."
It's all part of the coffee chain's plan to expand its loyalty program.
The de Blasio administration has stopped pushing for a cap on the growth of Uber in the New York City.
The CEO of Facebook is well-known to be a bit weird around the edges and so is his "recommended reading" list.
In the event of an airline strike, delays and cancellations are bound to occur. Here's what travelers can to do prepare for disaster.
You build a team not because you cannot succeed on your own, but because you can do more with the help of others.
Here's why showing some skin in your commercial won't translate into enthusiastic customers.
The 3D printing company's new Brooklyn, N.Y.-based factory is double the size of its previous location. The open space will allow for faster and more efficient production.
From fear to 50 laps, lessons from learning to swim.
Entrepreneurs can learn from Donald Trump's recent gaffes.
Failure can be awfully lonely. But don't assume that victory will solve your problems.
Whether you're selling software as a service or season tickets to sporting events, you need data to find good sales leads. Here's how baseball's Milwaukee Brewers does it.
NFL revenues increased by $1.3 billion last season, according to financial records. But is the league's fiscal performance blinding it to important business problems?
A new policy report from the Kauffman Foundation highlights the need for more women-owned businesses, and the unique challenges female entrepreneurs face.
The social media company says it will look for ways to continue to fight the decision.
Apple hasn't yet released Apple Watch sales numbers, but quarterly numbers suggest they've been lower than expected.
Companies are using this disruptive technology to create both more sustainable products--and products that can improve (and save) the lives of people around the world.
Because of advances in technology, people now expect to receive their news in real time.
If you start your business before you lay a strong administrative and accounting foundation, you're wasting time and money, says John Hewitt of Liberty Tax.