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Most marketers focus on the wrong information says bestselling author Clay Christensen.
Voicing your feelings doesn't make them go away. Actually, it's the opposite.
Powerful business lessons from Cuban entrepreneurs enduring tough times
Leaders are always in search of that "edge" that will separate their firms from the rest, the answer begins with building a culture of innovation
Have you thought enough about building relationships with investors before you need their money? Here's one approach to building relationships early.
Intentions breed actions -- the right actions.
Even Starbucks got involved.
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A tech event in Newcastle reveals the vitality and richness of a regional startup scene.
After more than a year of fundraising, The Right Cup is ready to deliver a trick your taste buds will thank you for.
Collaboration is key to creativity, but exceptional creativity often happens in solitude. Many great artistic masterpieces were done in isolation. Elizabeth Bishop, an American poet and short-story writer believed that everyone should experience at least one prolonged period of solitude in life.
10 rules of building a new category for your business to succeed; advice for any startup leader or entrepreneur
Multiple studies show that simple techniques for positive thinking help you live longer and healthier.
The San Francisco tech company is easing its 140-character limit, but what the company should do is just go ahead and get rid of it entirely.
It cleared the House, Senate, and was signed by Gov. Roy Cooper in a matter of hours.
Understanding key cultural differences, laws, incentives and lingo will make all the difference between a successful overseas launch and a quick trip home.
Our fellow fans do more than just make things interesting. In many situation, they make things possible.
The combined business did more than $150 million in bookings last year, connecting pets to vetted sitters online.
Business practices aside, there are personal habits that set some freelancers apart from the crowd.
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