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War is hell, and weapons of combat were developed--but so were innovations of peace that we still use today.
These 10 weird tactics can help grow any kind of business.
Students today leave school owing on average about $34,000; up 70 percent from 10 years ago.
How Zenrez is taking the technology behind airline pricing and applied it to fitness classes.
63 percent want the government to increase spending to help people afford insurance.
The Department of Labor has outlined new methods for weeding out fraudulent applications.
Ron Shaich, Panera's founder and CEO, talks acquisition and says it offers a competitive advantage.
To Lead, You Need Political Competence
It takes some talent to compound the agony.
The queen of cooking, decor, and crafts just added another feather to her cap.
'Clearly we missed the mark,' the company said.
Britain's High Court ruled that it has authority to decide what sort of royalties mobile phone makers should pay to use the patented technology required to make their products work.
Pepsi and Kendall Jenner show exactly how to fail at making a socially conscious advertisement.
Think you're ready to be your own boss? Answer these 6 questions first to see if you're truly prepared to quit your day job and finally become an entrepreneur.
If Spotify wants to file for an IPO this year, this deal is a step in the right direction.
It's possible. You just have to connect the dots.
Stunned company Imagination Technologies had a lot of its eggs in the Apple basket--and they cracked. Don't let this happen to you.
Neil Grimmer grew Plum Organics to $80 million in annual revenue before selling the venture for $249 million. The second time around, he's older, wiser, and doing a few things differently.
Why hiring a team beats searching for the "perfect" employee, every time
Gusto CEO Josh Reeves is taking a road trip across the country to celebrate small businesses that go the extra mile.