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Forget trying to persuade jaded journalists to pay attention to you and work harder to get your news directly to your potential customers.
The time is now to beef up your presence online and otherwise for this popular annual retail event for the little guys.
If you aren't happy with the new 'like' buttons, you may get more options soon.
The emoji was selected in part because it 'best reflected the ethos mood and preoccupations of 2015,' according to the Oxford Dictionaries.
If you're getting ready to deal with a worker's compensation claim, read these tips on how you can survive -- whether you're an employee or employer.
Setting up a table at a job fair creates a potential for serendipity the Internet can rarely match.
Businesses don't have to be big in order to prove they're self-assured in the changing world of IPOs.
What do Starbucks, Crossfit, Southwest Airlines and Taylor Swift have in common?
When founders are overworked, their employees suffer.
Customer loyalty, positive word of mouth and inexpensive content generation are just a few ways you can benefit from crowdsourcing.
You're not handing over the reins of your company if you let thought leaders grown within the ranks -- and let yourself grow from their ideas.
Sometimes new work creates the best work -- and your employees need a break from the routine once in a while.
The Affordable Care Act requires complex calculations to avoid substantial penalties.
Experts share their top tips for banishing procrastination.
Offering a $5 credit card and mapping out a post-launch plan helped this design content platform quickly shoot to success.
Here are three surefire ways to recognize when you need to alter your course and determine how to make a successful change.
Top staffers dressed as characters from the classic film, including Mayer as Dorothy, complete with blue-ribboned braids and a cheeky grin.
No one wants to hear about how you struggled with adversity and came out on top without learning some lessons along the way.
The rules are different for individuals who choose to cohabitate, but the bottom line is both need to be protected.
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