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Phil Libin on the Right Time to Start -- and Sell -- a Company

Phil Libin, managing director at the venture-capital firm General Catalyst, explains to Inc. senior writer Christine Chafkin why you should pay close attention to your potential competitors when deciding whether or not to start a business.

Trump to Meet With Tech Leaders

President-elect Donald Trump will convene with high-ranking members of the tech industry in a summit set to take place on Dec. 14.

The Pet Rock Is Back (Only This Time it Costs $85)

In fact, it's not even a pet--just a rock. But it still costs $85, and people are buying it.

8 Ways to Adapt to Change Faster Than Your Competitors

Rapid recognition and realignment to market changes is critical to business survival today. Are you practicing the management principles required to succeed?

Why Peer Groups Are Powerful

Troy Rice, vistage chair at Vistage Worldwide, explains how sitting together with a group of executives and sharing honest stories of failure has helped him grow.

5 Rituals to Kick Off a Great Day at Work

Science says these 5 rituals will increase your performance at work.

Why E-Commerce Businesses Need to Be Media Companies

Chris Davis, co-founder of Loot Crate, explains how his company uses media in creative ways to keep customers coming back.

7 Quotes to Inspire Your Creativity in 2017.

Over the years I collected many quotes by great people. Every now and then, I felt something was missing, and created my own quote. So, here are 7 quotes from me to inspire your creativity in 2017.

Life (And Business) Lessons I Learned from Martial Arts?

How jujitsu (and other martial arts) can help you live and do business better.

A Group of U.S. Veterans Just Demonstrated the Awe-Inspiring Power of an Apology

Veterans at the Standing Rock Dakota Access Pipeline protest kneel before Native American elders.

Don't Call Us Employees! - How Corporate Culture Impacts Your Internal Team and the Retaining of Employees

Investing in corporate culture is hardly a new strategy, but one thing many organizations neglect is what they call their workforce

How a PhD Student Stumbled on a Battery Design That Can Last 400 Years

Add another item to the long list of incredible scientific discoveries made entirely by chance.

I Was Floored by the One Phrase That Helped a Serial Founder Create $2 Billion

Most people hate going into work on Mondays. A successful founder rethought his corporate culture to make people love their Mondays. It's a radical idea that has produced a fast-growing market leader.

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