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In the U.S., edible food is frequently thrown away. A host of new mobile apps are designed to reduce food waste and hunger. Will they work?
Effective storytelling can help you capture the hearts and minds of customers.
Slack Valuation More Than Doubles to $2.8 Billion The messaging app just raised $160 million in a new financing round.
Deutsche Bank released a ranking of the most and least expensive places to buy a range of items worldwide.
These programs take care of the little things, so entrepreneurs can be the best leaders they can be.
Did you expect Elon Musk to write Kanye West's bio? What about Martha Stewart covering the importance of Kim Kardashian?
By taking some precautions you can maximize the benefit of knowing skilled folk and avoid damaging relationships.
Sincerely caring for the well-being of your team is a profound competitive advantage.
Experts from our recent cloud technologies webinar share the key questions to help you decide your company's next steps.
An experienced entrepreneur offers the freshman class lessons for building a startup.
The pros share what works for them. Read and learn.
Shares of the online marketplace for crafts more than doubled in their debut.
While being a solo entrepreneur definitely has its benefits, there are also unique obstacles that come with running a company without co-founders.
Trademarks and patents are far from perfect protection but they are, literally, the least a business can do to protect itself from counterfeiters.
Fact: Your little talk box is crawling with gobs of toxic crud. Microsoft aims to kill those bugs dead. Here's how.
Despite product delays, the startup has raised a total of $33 million in about eight months.
The psychology of consumers who either prefer reading or watching.
The man who help found the fast-food joint 51 years ago says that prices will shoot up if workers' pay increases.
You can help build your business's credit by making sure your personal credit score is top-notch. These seven tips can help.
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