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The investigation is looking into a potential legal violation related to Dov Charney, the company's founder and former chief executive officer.
At a SXSW keynote last week, Logan Green explained technology's potential impact on some new sharing economy industries.
College student Aaron Goldstein reflects on how he founded his company and where he wants to take it next.
While trade shows are essential to grow your business, they can also be costly. Here is how to attend one on a budget.
Rethink success and how you relate to your fans. These tips from Hollywood experts can teach small business owners how to maximize audience.
Even if consumers happen to visit your site, they may not stay for long.-- which is why this one marketing trick can make all the difference.
The 'Android installer hijacking vulnerability' reportedly allows attackers to surreptitiously download apps to Android users without them knowing.
Like a Cuban taxi driver, the SBA is making due with a 1950s-era model in 2015.
Have you ever wondered what it takes for an average person to become great?
Investors, especially young ones, should look beyond the stock market to master the money game.
The founders of Warrior Fitness Boot Camp, modelFIT and ClassPass dish on the rise of small, personalized fitness studios.
Always seek advice from those who've been in the same boat as you and successfully navigated those treacherous waters.
Take this Texas-based small business as an example of how smart tech can help you grow and streamline operations.
When it comes to sourcing tech talent, here's what you need to consider.
Becoming a parent has taught me how to balance my life and business better.
Tim Brasher, former CEO of La Perla, is teaming up with his son to open 10 Coconut's Fish Cafe locations.
With some effort up front, business travelers will find rewards that can pay big dividends in the end.
How about 10 years, the time you'll need to gain expertise in your industry
There's a point where a company becomes large enough to lose sight of customers as individuals.
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