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Companies, especially startups, die as a result of complacency. There are four things winners do better.
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Although people usually associate business with taking, the holidays serve to remind us the good of those who strike out on their own.
What kind of customers would you rather have? Ones that pay as they go, or those on a subscription?
Venture capitalist Marc Andreessen tried to bring attention to the concept in 17 tweets. But perhaps entrepreneurs need a new rallying cry.
Regular workouts are key to operating at peak performance, with benefits such as improved thinking.
Professionals need a proper portrait for a variety of marketing materials. Here's how to make yours stand out.
Benefit from an insider's view of an Internet design project.
The fast-food chain is finally taking serious action to fix slumping sales, making menu cuts while focusing on fresher, higher-quality food.
Setting goals without the means to achieve them puts your company on a path to fail.
These visionaries led their companies against the grain and redefined consumer culture as we know it.
The fourth annual edition of YouTube Rewind features an onslaught of international Internet celebrities, remixed hit songs and viral video reenactments.
Perhaps your employees have adopted personal technology to track their health or be more productive. Here's what you need to know.
Whether you're giving out advice or launching a new product, if they're not paying, they're not paying attention.
The photo-based social network announced a verified user feature, taking a page from Twitter, which it has just surpassed in user numbers.
The basketball great is just the second person to be honored with Sports Illustrated's Sportsman of the Year Legacy Award.
Managers might encourage more intergenerational cooperation by trying some of these activities.
Find out how screens and cell phones impact your circadian rhythms and what you can do about it.
Getting a handle on your basic numbers makes goals less abstract and keeps perspective on your progress.
Aiming to grow a million-dollar company is possible. But you must start with these steps.
Often an announcement can be rejiggered to bounce a newsworthy element to the top.
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