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Professor Marshall Ganz, Obama's 2008 Organizer-In-Chief, created a storytelling framework for political movements. It happens to be the perfect weapon for your crowdfunding project.
The cab-hailing company is in talks with a number of large banks for the loan, asking them how much they would commit and at what terms, the Journal reported, citing the people.
Here's how you can be ten times more productive without losing a wink of sleep.
You should worry less about how old your employees actually are and more about how old they feel, a new study shows.
To manage the typical barrage of messages during his time off, one entrepreneur turned the tables.
Cut through the clutter by letting each platform do what it does best.
Contemporary design expert Ellen Lupton shares her tips on how to use graphic design to make your product or service stand out.
With endless metrics to monitor, reporting the most meaningful is the key!
A slew of easy-to-use cloud platforms help you do it on the cheap.
You hear about it and you know it's important, but how do you get started?
When ModCloth co-founder Susan Gregg Koger jumped into thin air, she really found her footing.
The 'Shark Tank' host spoke at the iCONIC conference in Chicago Tuesday about the problems that arise when entrepreneurs rely too much on mentors.
At the iCONIC conference in Chicago on Tuesday, the star of The Profit addressed the one thing that makes a difference at any company.
Speaking onstage on Tuesday, the Shark Tank star addressed sales, preparation, and cockroaches.
Valerie Casey, chief product officer at Samsung's Global Innovation Center, describes the differences between designers and artists--and why that matters for business.
Sometimes it really is better to just say no...
Google will now include tweets in search results. Are you ready?
Even the smallest companies can afford today's easy-to-use solutions. In fact, they can't afford not to.
Executive coach Marshall Goldsmith believes you should start a business if you believe you would regret not starting when you're 95.
In the early 2000s Rosamund and Benjamin Zander wrote a great little book called The Art of Possibility. They taught me to use the F-word as a response to everything. You should, too.