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Why It's OK to Have Bad Habits, as Long as Your Good Ones Outnumber Them

Author Gretchen Rubin sat down with New York Times columnist Frank Bruni to discuss his best, worst, and most important habits.

10 Tips Mark Cuban Would Give His Younger Self

As one of the most well-known sharks on Shark Tank, Mark Cuban didn't get where he is with luck alone. However, just like any other entrepreneur and investor, he had plenty of stumbles along the way. Just imagine how successful Cuban would be had he been able to give his younger self advice.

Microsoft's Business Is Changing. Is It Enough?

CEO Satya Nadella's efforts to jumpstart the tech company are starting to pay off this quarter, but the results need to get much more dramatic.

11 Scientifically Proven Reasons Why Early Birds Are Exceptionally Successful

Being an early bird can give you a jump on the day -- and lead you to greater success in business and life.

Twitter's Dick Costolo to Employees: Bring It On

The CEO of Twitter talks about transparency and effective employee communication when scaling a fast-growing business.

Gary Vaynerchuk: The Importance of Failure

The famed VaynerMedia CEO explains how to pick up valuable entrepreneurial lessons when you fail.

How to Communicate With Compassion

Kip Tindell, founder of The Container Store, says that the more you communicate across different levels of operation in your company, the more productivity you will be able to achieve.

Overwhelmed? 6 Ways to Bring Sanity to an Insane Work Schedule

If you're struggling to get everything done, your best bet may be to give up the fight.

The Real Benefits of Knowing How to Code

It's a great skill to have, but the advantages extend far beyond the computer.

Why Every Entrepreneur Needs a Trusted 'No' Person

Leila Janah, founder of Sama Group, says you need to have someone who act as a smart filter to your boundless ideas.

How Not to Do Social Media Part 300, Courtesy of Alec Baldwin

The actor took to Twitter to express his outrage when a rally for raising the national minimum wage blocked traffic through New York City on Wednesday.

Providing the Basics: The Great Wage Debate

American's outlook on life is higher than ever, so why are wage disagreements all over the headlines?

How the Rich Spend Their Time and What You Could Learn From Them

The currency of the "very rich" is capital and time, and they spend most of their time deciding how to deploy these resources effectively.

Gauge of US Economy Rises 0.2 Percent in March

An index designed to predict the future health of the economy slowly crept upward for the third straight month, a sign that the pace of growth has been weakening since the start of 2015.

Why This US Senator Wants a Woman's Face on the $20 Bill

A campaign to put a female face on the $20 bill is getting a boost from the first woman to serve as both governor and U.S. senator.

Apple Accused of 'Sharply Declined' Cooperation in Antitrust Efforts

Apple Inc.'s cooperation with efforts to improve its compliance with antitrust laws after a federal judge concluded it colluded with electronic book publishers to raise prices five years ago took on an "adversarial tone" recently, a court-appointed monitor says.

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