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President Obama's plan would touch nearly every sector of the economy and could face legal challenges.
It's not about if you should do it but rather when you should do it.
Introverts don't need to change who they are, they just need to learn a few tips about selling themselves as an entrepreneur.
The right questions open doors, save time and money and result in better business.
Useful lessons from famous Swiss biologist Louis Agassiz.
Sucking it up is noble but try a little chocolate, too.
Building great businesses, achieving massive goals and rising to the top of your profession doesn't just happen by accident.
Tim Campbell explains the differences between corporate America and running his own Big Frog franchise.
ICONYC, a brand new New York City accelerator, is helping Israeli startups navigate the ever-elusive American market.
Women business owners around the world face more challenges than their male counterparts, according to a new report from Dell.
While 'content is king' most is creating noise and assaulting our senses. Here is a few tips that are influencing less-is-more digital marketing.
Intuition that has been reality checked is a good basis for strategy.
Even if you're just starting out, it may be smart to start planning for that big day. Here are three considerations.
They are passionate, imaginative and undaunted by the inevitable challenges of starting a business from scratch, and won't say these phrases.
You never know when someone you've helped will turn around and help you back.
Hold the phone. We're more patient than you think, especially if marketers pull these tricks.
One of the easiest ways to stay ahead is to stay informed. Here are a few resources that can help you stay competitive.
A multi-state restaurateur says the secret to great customer service is hiring the right people from the start.
The move means Oracle is allowed to seek licensing fees for the use of its Java programming language.
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