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Neil Patel has been able to build multiple million-dollar businesses by utilizing his personal brand.
Desktop personal assistant Cubic has raised more than $100,000 on Indiegogo -- and found a brilliant way to pitch a reporter.
When you're a newbie business owner feeling intimidated by the competition, remember these essential truths.
Learn how you were able to get someone to notice your good work and bring it up in conversation so that the magic happens.
What does every mentor need? Our panel of experts explains.
The star stealthily filed trademark applications for certain lyrical stylings from her latest album, '1989.'
Did the buyer of the viral website waste his money? Due Diligence would have helped.
Once again, the e-commerce giant keeps its owners – i.e. shareholders – in the dark about the business details.
The Denver-based fast-casual pizza chain is ready to open its third location.
Work-life balance is not any easier for spouses in business but sharing success is an ongoing celebration.
Wearable tech that can alter your mood is a thing now, apparently.
Building a product may be the easy part of a startup. Don't forgot about the other, equally important half of the equation.
After two successful, separate careers, Jody and Jerod Willow teamed up to open a Preferred HealthStaff location together.
Chantel Waterbury, founder of jewelry company Chloe and Isabel, talks about why she's putting her brand in the hands of 'social retailers'.
Copying someone on an email can work against you. Here's what to avoid.
As the world's largest fast-food chain continues to struggle, newly appointed CEO Steve Easterbrook has a lot on his plate.
With a little luck and the guidance of science, you have a very good chance of celebrating your 100th birthday.
The music streaming service is working on a new round of private fundraising that could potentially delay its IPO for another year.
The burger chain's shares were up more than 130 percent this morning.
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