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Microsoft changed the world with this product.
Customers who bought phones between September 2014 and January 2015 can get their back-of-phone cameras fixed for free.
The CEO of Apple said the company has 'continued to experience strong growth' in China this summer.
Taking on debt comes down to its cost of capital and how you plan to use your borrowed funds.
Keep your focus on the customer.
Even in the volatile position of entrepreneurship, it's painfully easy to land in a comfort zone. If you want to be successful, you have to break out.
History's greatest leaders may have complained from time to time, but they all built legacies around their innate abilities to find and execute solutions to their biggest gripes.
It's easy to fool yourself about how much time you're wasting online. A few tweaks are all you need to end the delusion.
Don't bribe, back-down or hover.
How can you stop being a cog in someone else's machine and venture out into the world of entrepreneurship?
Research is finding the correlation between engagement and performance is the opposite of what employers want.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq are headed for correction territory.
From a tech mogul to a fitness star, our range of experts share strategies for protecting against risk.
For entrepreneurs who don't plan realistically there is phase called 'broke' that follows the euphoria of quitting a day job.
Why fly the friendly skies in cramped economy when you could fly like a boss? If you're lucky...
Defining and understanding the kind of life you want to lead is the first step to making it happen.
With affordable pricing, convenient locations and online scheduling systems, franchising is making health and beauty services accessible to all.
Given that the average campaign raises $10,000, experts say, it's wise to keep your expectations in check.
Transparency matters for a company's culture, because it builds trust and stronger relationships among employees, management and the company itself.
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