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Archived Since:June 15, 2010

Blog Post Archive

How Business and Tech Reacted to Hillary Clinton Choosing Tim Kaine

Hillary Clinton on Friday announced she has picked Virginia Sen. Tim Kaineas her vice presidential running mate.

How a Toy Startup Is Making Engineering Exciting for Girls

Debbie Sterling, founder of GoldieBlox, describes how she has grown her franchise and is expanding into apps.

Meet The Female Duo Who Are Solving The Way Millennials Find Roommates Online

Say goodbye to the strangers on Craigslist and hello to the woman of The Room Ring, the newest roommate matching service on the market.

6 Lessons From the Melania Trump Plagiarism Scandal on How Not to Handle Public Scrutiny

The attention that goes with running for First Lady is intense. Here's how Melania Trump got it wrong.

These Workplace Trends Will Dominate the Next Decades

The workplace is changing--rapidly. By staying ahead of these trends, you can make sure your business remains the leader of the pack.

How This Former NFL Player Bounced Back From Near-Bankruptcy and Became a Tech Entrepreneur

Phillip Buchanon, once the 17th overall pick of the NFL draft, is now hoping to leave his mark on Silicon Valley.

Why Starting a Business Is Cheaper (and Harder) Than Ever

Tobias Ltke, founder of Shopify, explains why he wants to reclaim entrepreneurship for everyone -- not just a select group of people.

5 Nap Myths That Are Keeping You From Getting the Rest You Need

Science is clear that naps are great for performance, so why don't more adults take them?

These Chinks in the Microsoft Windows 10 Armor Will Make You Rethink Chromebooks

A couple of minor setbacks are starting to look more serious if you are considering a Chromebook.

6 Ways To Motivate Your Employees To Be Creative.

Creativity happens in the intersection of expertise, creative thinking skills, and motivation. You cannot do anything about expertise and creative thinking skills, but here is what you can do to motivate your employees to be creative. And the best part? It costs nothing!

Do What You Love: World’s Best Sommelier Aldo Sohm of Le Bernardin

A candid interview with 2009's Best Sommelier in the World and the wine director of Le Bernardin and Aldo Sohm's Wine Bar about his personal journey to success... and just how much he loves what he does.

Why the 'Princess Industrial Complex' Is Hurting Our Kids

Chris Sacca, founder of Lowercase Capital, describes a major reason why young girls have low self esteem and underperform in school.

The Disruptive Innovation Behind Pokémon Go

If you're looking to move the needle in your own organization, follow the lead of Nintendo.

WeWork’s Troubles Are A Movie You’ve Seen Before (And Why Culture Is So Important)

There's a disturbing trend among companies that grow too fast and raise insane amounts of money. Here's what to glean from the rise of one of the hottest startups this decade.

An Insider's Look at 'the Stupidity of Silicon Valley'

Antonio Garca Martnez, author of Chaos Monkeys, explains to Inc. reporter Salvador Rodriguez why success and failure often seems random in the tech world.

Science: Silence Is Really Good for You

Scientists were shocked to discover the outsized impact of silence on the brain. You will be too.

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