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Archived Since:June 15, 2010

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4 Ways to to Deal with the Fear of Failure

You can't succeed without failing first. Apply the following to get over the fear of failure.

Tips to Buying a Small Business with Family

Thanksgiving is a great time to discuss your future endeavors with family and friends. Owning a small business together is a dream of many family members but there are several considerations to take into account in order to make it a success, both during the purchase and the eventual exit.

Why Obama's Immigration Move Disappointed Some Businesses

The President's immigration reform made wide changes, but it left out some of the high-priority facets that businesses were hoping for.

How Being Too Helpful Can Sink Your Career

The data reveals 'givers' are either the worst or best employees. Here's how to be the latter.

Why Killing The Password Is The Next Billion Dollar Industry

With the countless data-breaches and password leaks popping up, such as the recent leak of customer accounts on multiple video game networks.

Is Learning From Failure Overrated?

The startup community is obsessed with learning from failure. Have we taken this focus on studying failure too far?

5 Hot Productivity Tips for Thanksgiving you Need to Know

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, all of us are honing our organizational skills and looking for ways to be more productive, not just at home on Thanksgiving day, but in the office, as well.

Google's Latest Invention Helps People Eat

The innovative tool is designed to make life easier for the elderly and those with Parkinson's.

You'll Never Believe How Much Someone Paid for the Casablanca Piano

The recent $3.4 million sale at auction of a piano featured in the classic film Casablanca demonstrates that it's hard to beat the long-term value of vintage products. Here's what you can learn from it.

Get Customers to Do What You Want When You Want

If you know which strings to pull and how, you can increase your business exponentially.

Use Feedback to Spark, Not Destroy

Become the source of encouragement -- to others and yourself -- and you'll end up helping your business, community and family.

The Greatest Lesson I Never Learned -- Don’t Go Into Business with a Friend

My Father taught me many great lessons, some stuck with me and others did not. Running a business with a close friend is one lesson I learned the hard way.

The New Feature That Could Turn Every Car Owner Into a Lyft Driver

'Driver Destination' gives users a way to earn a few extra bucks without going out of their way.

7 Ways to Maximize Productivity on Your Daily Commute

If you're like most business professionals, you're always mining for new pieces of time to use to get your work done, or improve your productivity. Most Americans drive 20 minutes or more, one way, to get to their jobs, meaning a significant amount of time is usually available to be productive.

6 Companies Killed by Apple

Here's the thing about having a corner on the market: If you spot competition on the uprise, you need to put a stop to it.

Why Skilled Immigrants Are Vital to America’s Future

Immigrants with skills in math, science and technology fill voids in the U.S. economy

Former Apple CEO John Sculley: We Need 'Adaptive Innovators'

Entrepreneurs need the ability to see the wider picture and connect the dots between disparate industries.

Mike Rowe’s Dirtiest Job Yet: Dealing with a Spammer

We can all learn marketing from Mike Rowe in the smart and hilarious way he handled this online spammer.

A Strategy for Passifying Black Friday Wage Protests

With worker protests for a higher minimum wage likely on Black Friday, it's time to burnish your street cred as a small business owner.

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