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Many entrepreneurs make big mistakes when trying to promote a Kickstarter, Indiegogo, or some other crowdfunded project.
The best gadgets and devices to supercharge your mornings.
The extorters are demanding Bitcoin ransoms.
Inc. readers have spoken. See which company (or entrepreneur) you said deserved to wear this year's crown.
Lua's mobile messaging app helps volunteers respond to calamities like the April 2015 earthquake in Nepal.
Researchers at the London School of Economics discover that many corporate bosses never rise above mediocrity.
Some people succeed at Google. But not everyone. What makes the difference between the winners and the rest?
For some people, Thanksgiving dinner is more stressful than the daily grind. Here are 15 common turkey day stressors and how to handle them.
Next year, British Airways will launch a flight to London direct from Silicon Valley. It's a scary thought.
For decades, companies have been getting diminishing returns from cold calling. Now they're flogging a dead horse.
Long-Term Thinking Creates Short-Term Results Says This Creative Entrepreneur
Why wait til the end of a year to be thankful? Start right now by showing employees, clients, and everyone else that you're grateful.
Does your concept meet these 7 criteria? If not, you'll have a much harder time bringing it to market.
The Facebook CEO called the decision "very personal."
I worked in a pod that's designed to help with focus. It worked.
We think you'll find at least one inspirational quote here to put on your whiteboard
Can a new bed design boost business traveler productivity? That's the promise behind Virgin Hotels's latest patent.
From skills and experience to employee tenure and beyond, today's quality hires aren't what they used to be. Why are we re-defining quality? And what are the implications for your company?
The fashion tech venture plans to broaden its market reach in 2016, possibly by renting out men's wear. It's up against significant competition.
Sure, the city could still use more money and more talent. But arguably it needs something else even more.