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Video micro-content might have seemed like content marketing's embarrassing little brother at some point -- cute yet inconsequential. But times have changed.
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Like sports, a lot of a company's success rides on how they handle their wins and failures.
The first class of the Presidential Leadership Scholars program has begun.
We are surrounded by "zombies" every day. Get you and your business ready for it with these five tips.
Most business owners will agree on one thing -- being in control of your own destiny is great.
If you only see your accountant once a year for taxes, you are missing out. Nobody has more potential to be your trusted financial advisor.
Group rapport and camaraderie translates to innovation, creativity and new solutions.
The availability of capital for entrepreneurs is not the issue anymore, but rather how to access these funds from the angels, VCs or the crowd.
Essential skills are needed to launch and sustain a company.
Nobody knows better than venture investors the challenges facing a new company. Take a hard look at the prospects for success before placing your bet.
Far from being "dead," email marketing still has one of the highest engagement rates and returns on investment of any marketing strategy.
It's important to put the right person in charge of your brand's online voice, so be sure to ask the right questions.
With 25,000 users and $200,000 in funding, the social network is now rolling out to all campuses nationwide.
Find out if you're the dreaded control freak boss bullying your office, in 10 quick and very telling questions.
A business-model transition impacts everyone involved in the company's mission. Here is how to make it less stressful.
Although sadly, the furniture won't charge iPhones.
Armed with a 3-D printer, this company helps entrepreneurs bring their dreams to life.
Domino's is going Jetsons chic.
The Internet, social media and mobile devices drive productivity. They are also huge distractions. The solution requires a deft touch, not a hard line.
People can take a picture using their smartphone or tablet, then send the picture to a 3-D printing company and receive a 3-D version of their face.
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