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Working with international clients can pose some uncertainties. If your business has international clients, you'll want to read up on these 5 best practices.
Thanks to advances in its artificial intelligence, Project Loon claims it's now closer to beaming the internet down to the masses.
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It's important to cherish every moment you've been blessed with.
A practical guide to running a customer council.
Anthony Bourdain's life is an adventure. Draw on his inspiration to make yours one as well.
An incremental approach is the key to stepping outside your comfort zone.
If you know who's doing what and when, you can avoid waiting in limbo while the big decision is made.
Snap is hoping to sign up businesses for a new product that gives them year-long access to create and manage their very own Snapchat geofilters.
Would you survive in the Shark Tank? Here's how to craft a winning pitch for your business idea.
Filing your taxes when you work for yourself can be intimidating. These 7 tips and tricks will make the process a breeze
You're doing all that work, but for what (and at what cost)?
Spend this Valentines Day getting to the heart of your message. Read on to fall head over heels for your presentation.
It's going to cause a shift in how we use our devices--and maybe even the office of the future.
Vocabulary matters to your corporate peers
These dating lessons aren't just good for your love life. Here's how they can help in your career as well.
Our days are filled with activities that sabotage our focus and slow us down. Here are 5 ways you can stop distraction in its tracks.
Work hard. Work smart. And think about your work differently than everyone else.
From introverts to extroverts, exceptionally persuasive people are a gloriously diverse group, but they all still share a few fundamental personality traits.