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Alibaba's Jack Ma: We're Ready to Make Mistakes

Alibaba just pulled off the largest IPO in history. But in a recent talk, executive chairman Jack Ma said that the company still doesn't have everything right.

Picking Up Crumbs: Is Marcus Lemonis Brilliant or Crazy?

The Profit star believes he can revive the bankrupt gourmet cupcake chain. Here, two experts dissect his proposed strategy.

8 Small Things A Good Product Manager Does Every Day

What small things do you do every day that make you a good product manager?

How to Lead Multitasking Control Freaks

These managers never say no to a new project, but they micromanage every detail. And they could be holding your organization back.

Miracle Low-Tech Stress Buster: A Tennis Ball

Nope, you don't need to perfect your backhand. There's another, easier way to use a tennis ball to de-stress.

Why Alibaba's Share Price Keeps Going Up

The Chinese e-commerce giant's IPO today is expected to be the biggest in history, and its share price may be more than a function of demand.

Mark Suster: Bad Notes on Venture Capital

I have never come across a sophisticated A, B or C round venture capitalist who thinks convertible notes are a smart move for an entrepreneur or investor.

Why You Need to Go to Coding Bootcamp

Of all the types of people who attend programming bootcamps, entrepreneurs stand to benefit the most. But you'll have to come in with the right strategy.

4 Online Legal Resources that Limit Your Startup’s Need for an Attorney

Aside from bringing in new business, perhaps nothing is more important to a startup founder than cutting costs. When it comes to legal expenses, the Internet not only helps cut costs but it almost removes the need for an actual attorney in many cases.

Uber and Lyft Feel Resistance in Southwest

Taxi and limo operators and New Mexico claim the companies are putting riders at risk.

Don’t Leave Money on the Table: How to Keep Track of Prospects

Too small for a sales team? You should still be keeping tabs on potential customers with this simple process.

Businesses That Ban Bad Reviews, Congress is Coming for You

California's recently passed law forbidding anti-disparagement clauses in a business' terms of sale, could soon get a national review, as Congress looks to take up a similar measure.

How to Keep Your Startup Afloat (Infographic)

Most startups struggle with scalability. Here's how to keep your small business on a sustainable growth path after you set sail.

Make Your Employees' Career Development a Priority

If you want to retain the best and brightest, you need actively to help them grow.

7 Qualities of a Good Email

There are times when phone and face-to-face conversations are more efficient and productive, but in most cases, email is a near-perfect medium for communication--as long as it's used correctly. Here are the seven qualities of a successful email.

Take a Sneak Peak Inside Google and Its World Without Managers

Are managers necessary? Google got rid of managers and in the process found out what matters most.

Poverty Rate Drops for the First Time Since 2006

Good news for the economy, but median incomes still remain lower than pre-recession levels.

A Business Owner's Guide to Taking Calculated Risks

Not all risks are created equal in business. There's a stark difference between good risk and bad risk. The former is calculated while the latter is foolish.

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