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Under Jay Z's helm, the company just lost its second CEO in three months.
Kegan Schouwenburg, founder of 3-D printed insole maker SOLS, believes customization will become a core offering at both high- and low-end retailers.
Can you guess which one fails the worst?
It is a very long journey from great idea to functioning business but, happily, there is help available every step of the way.
If you're seeking equity funding for your new business, don't forget to look into angel investors.
The tech giant will indeed need to defend claims that its Street View mapping software violates patents held by someone else.
Don't get sold a buzzword about this new marketing technology.
Whether sales leads, social media fans or employees, quality is the entrepreneur's friend. Quantity often just masks a problem.
A new startup called Insensi aims to simplify the kiddie communications conundrum.
It appears that the Canadian tech company's turnaround is beginning to slowly gain traction.
Go beyond the norm and invest in something unique to make trade shows worth your time, energy and hard-earned money.
The words you think, the words you write, the words you sing, the words you dream all come together to write the story of your life -- and how others perceive you.
If you are naturally skilled, it can only bring you so far in life.
The Internet is an effective means of building your brand slowly or mangling it in a big hurry.
Kevin and Denise Brauer took time to examine their options before becoming Storm Guard Exterior Restoration franchisees.
The hereditary leader of Ford Motor Co. sees cars dominating the suburbs for a long time but crowded cities will drive innovation in how we get around.
Life has no guarantees but there are ways to make the better outcome more likely.
Adieu, Don Draper. Sayonara, Michael Scott. Adios, Liz Lemon. We miss you all already!
What separates companies that learn and grow such as Nike and Tesla from those that stagnate and wither such as RadioShack and Kodak?
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