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Jumping the corporate ship for the startup world is tough, especially when you absolutely love your job. Before you make the leap, here is what you need to know.
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Social-media marketing needs continuity to be effective but ever-changing to keep the audience interested.
The 'N1' comes just six months after the company sold its ailing phones and devices business to Microsoft for over $7 billion.
Working as an artist instructor at a Pinot's Palette studio convinced Emma Harvey to establish her own location.
You don't have to be gifted to write in way that compels people to buy, you just have to work at it.
One couple took a trip of a lifetime. Then they started a company that changes the lives of many.
It's called zooming, and it's all about approaching problems from new angles.
The company's CEO says last-minute sales by a major retailer could threaten the entire delivery system.
Very often, perfection is the enemy of success. Don't let it be.
Investing in a startup requires believing in the founder. Due diligence is as much a gut check as a fact check.
The new service essentially lets users send money to each other.
Everyone is freeto become an entrepreneur but it seems some people really never had an alternative.
Remember: Brands are not people.
The star of CNBC's 'The Profit' explains why small businesses should stay away from Black Friday and advises on what to look for in a seasonal worker.
Compare trade-offs to make better leadership decisions
A painting enterprise during college provides illuminating insights for a business leader.
To launch a startup, figure out how you can solve clients' problems.
When creating an online marketing strategy for your company, be sure to select the right platform.
Executives from crowdfunding site Indiegogo and a connected-home product company share five tips for success.
With a focus on the product and a few 'lucky' breaks, a mobile app developer dives into fundraising for the '99 percent.'
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