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As a business owner, you may not know if or who your team has lost, but you can honor those who have fallen in very simple ways.
Selling doesn't move people. Great stories do.
Isn't Always the Answer
I hate extra airline fees. But here's one that might make life better.
How hiring veterans with bullet-tested leadership brings resourcefulness and real world experience to your company
Every great entrepreneur needs a little inspiration every once in a while. These quotes can help:
Roam offers communal living spaces around the world for wandering professionals.
How Targeted Facebook Ads Created Obama's Undefeated Streak
Companies care about the concept you put forth in front of them, not your track record.
This week, Inc. editors and writers talk about the founder of Men's Wearhouse, poker-playing entrepreneurs, and interview cofounder of Veev Spirits.
McDonald's latest CEO, Steve Easterbrook, has the leadership chops to make life better for consumers, franchisees, employees, and investors. His success suggests four lessons for your business.
Just 20 counties are seeing half of all new business creation.
Average Contract Value should not be your most important consideration.
Some of the best online classes you can take now to get ahead of the competition.
Salesforce will use Amazon's cloud computing service for its international expansion.
Minda Zetlin, Inc. columnist and co-author of The Geek Gap, explains why having your palms down and fists closed during a conversation can make a bad impression.
Summer means sunshine, warm weather and distracted employees. (But can you blame them?) Here's how to keep things on track this season.
There are major changes going on at LinkedIn - discover what they are and how the business climatecould be permanently changed as a result.
Always be thinking about what kind of employee would hold the position you want, and then be that employee.
Chris Sacca, founder of Lowercase Capital, describes a common investing pitfall that he's experienced firsthand.