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When he returned to Apple in 1997, Steve Jobs introduced three products that proved he had mastered two fundamental concepts on which Apple's success depended
Legislation to keep the government operating beyond Oct. 1 is still on the table.
How you can become an immortal leader in your field.
Recent trends in venture capital have breathed new life into the industry.
After a strong 4th quarter, CEO Satya Nadella reveals what's next for Microsoft and Windows.
To stay alive today companies need a constant stream of fresh ideas. Here's how to get them.
As your company moves from seed to enterprise scale, including partners in your plans is vital to minimize risks, keep you sane and focused.
NOI Solutions founder Saima Chowdhury got pregnant the same month she started her company. Here are productivity tips she learned along the way.
President Obama signed a new job training bill that will match employers with job candidates.
You don't need firewalls and complex measures to keep the bad guys away from your data. Here are some easy fixes that will go a long way toward keeping your stuff safe.
Arrests are expected in the case, which expands across international borders
Strengthening your positive emotions and weakening your negative ones can have huge benefits for performance. Here's why.
LinkedIn isn't just for job searching; it could be where you meet the love of your life.
These super-irritating findings are a wake-up call to any company still tolerating jerks.
Among new report's findings: While women own 30 percent of small companies, they get 4.4 percent of the loans.
A larger iPhone and an expected smartwatch mean the tech giant is once again gaining momentum.
Receiving interest in your for-sale business can be exciting, but it can also be a lot of work. Knowing how to identify qualified buyers will help make it easier.
The corner office with the view and the framed photo of Fido are over, according to star architect Clive Wilkinson. Here's his vision for the future of workplace design.
Now, tinkerers can build snap-together hardware projects that connect to the Internet.
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