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Despite the initial boosts it may bring, false hope can be highly damaging.
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Lots of people can write your press releases when everything is fine but only the best can be relied upon in a crisis.
Over the last eight years, Gregg Hansen has become the biggest Huddle House franchisee, with 18 locations across the U.S.
Their confidence inspires them to take risks. But if these executives don't learn to properly interact with the teams that support them, they will fail.
Remember, the process isn't about you. It's about the organization. Instead of choosing a successor just like you, choose one to meet the new needs of the enterprise.
Hiring is the one thing that can make or break a team, so you should always hire the best people and never compromise.
The deadline to sign up for an insurance plan is coming up soon. Anyone without one is subject to a fine.
Create a company where the team will put in extra discretionary effort, the sort required to create positive change.
Talk about a strange bedtime brew -- java without the buzz.
Video is a medium for storytelling first, marketing second.
Hotels that made TripAdvisor's latest annual list offer everything from private jacuzzis to volcano views.
A CEO decries a venture-capital focus on companies that provide quick fixes to symptoms rather than long-term prevention.
Professional football is a grinding job but Israel Idonije started his business while still playing in the NFL.
Brand building may seem relatively unimportant when you're still struggling, but don't dismiss it.
Trying to motivate your employees to embrace the seemingly impossible ahead? It all starts with you, says one CEO.
What would your company's messaging analytics say about your communications to employees?
Andreessen Horowitz led the Series A round for Ringly, which makes rings that discretely flash and vibrate to signify smartphone notifications.
Making a million dollars in revenue is hard. Making a million dollars in profit is even harder.
Your startup may be a newcomer to the field but some pillars of a longstanding business operation might apply: competitive differentiation, great customer service and savvy product updates.
Executives from IBM, Intel, Tanium, Exabeam, and FireEye offer their thoughts on President Obama's bid to bolster cyber security efforts.
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