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Could drone-filled skies soon be a reality?
Imaginative applications of wearable technology promise to improve efficiency and drive down costs in a very wide range of different businesses.
Our HR expert discusses what resume elements will help lead to an interview, what he looks for in employees and the importance of thank-you notes.
Think fashion meets drones and robots.
There's no big secret to getting what you want. You just have to make it known.
Entrepreneurs have long believed their mindset is a powerful factor in their success or failure. Science increasingly agrees.
Low wages and skimpy benefits are no bargain if good employees can't afford to keep working for you.
For some, the advice to 'do what you love' seems possible only if you have a passion for things like finance or accounting or coding. That doesn't have to be true.
Discover the pros and cons of structuring your new business as a nonprofit.
The only way to survive the email-newsletter game is to keep testing until you arrive at the sweet spot that is unique for your business and audience.
Stay-at-home mompreneur Melissa Lay was shocked to discover that Target is selling a T-shirt nearly identical to the one she handprints out of her Oregon garage.
At stake are taxes for the employer and sick days, vacation and other benefits for the employee.
The company, which has built a platform for restaurants to create and manage their websites, recently graduated from Techstars New York City and is in the process of raising its seed round.
LeVar Burton raised $6.4 million in a Kickstarter campaign and set a record for the most number of campaign backers to create a new, digital version of the beloved children's brand.
Kirk McGary decided to leap into uncharted waters and franchise his company in 2005.
Same language and behaviors, and similar tastes. What's not to like, eh?
Forming a new habit, or getting rid of an old one, is the key to happiness and success.
It's all about timing. Understand your business' lifecycle to mitigate risk and solve problems.
Sorry, duped investors; the burger restaurant doesn't franchise.
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