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Why businesses are pushing back against a travel ban. Why young graduates are headed to places like Buffalo and Cleveland. Does Amazon have too much power?
How to transfer money through Twitter. How to get the most out of Yelp. Is this the hottest real estate start-up in New York City?
Many states are currently finalizing rates in the small-group market for next year. So far, the indications seem to be that the rate increases facing most employees insured through a small business will be considerably less than many predicted.
Revolution is sexy. A contrarian developer is looking to buy properties in Atlantic City. A pioneer of hair products for black people dies at 82.
We’ve run hundreds of thousands of parts for this customer, and fewer than six of them have been rejected.
A restaurant learns what happens when you tell customers to pay what God wants them to pay, Microsoft's chief executive says it's O.K. for women to ask for a raise, and new restaurants are making Detroit a "culinary oasis."
What books would you recommend?
Facebook has a new local mobile advertising play. J.C. Penney is in the midst of an e-commerce renaissance. And a family business uses witty adds to alienate people.
In 2012, several big utilities had multi-year contracts up for renewal, and Kristine Jones put everything she had into landing one.
Because this is their first holiday season in business, the founders worry that if they run out of their product, they may not get a second chance with customers.
The "most bountiful" holiday season in three years? The most innovative cities in America. Did Comcast retaliate against an unhappy customer by getting him fired?
In two cases the lawyer handled, it took nine months to reach a settlement with the bigger brand, and the lawyer's clients spent well over $100,000 in legal fees.
Business travelers turn to Airbnb. Here are 10 productivity hacks from well known entrepreneurs. And have you considered the "spoiled boss hypothesis"?
One owner said that at least two LinkedIn features were time-wasters: recommendations and endorsements: "It’s embarrassing, I want to delete them all."
The program, which is free, takes entrepreneurs through a series of questions about their business.
The "anti-luxury" trend. Should employers use credit checks when considering job candidates? An advertising agency devoted exclusively to marketing marijuana wants to re-brand the cannabis industry.
I called the owner to discuss things. Until now I had been dealing with others in the company. He was prepared, I think, for an unpleasant conversation.
The marketplace for local services is booming. Good news for owners hoping to sell a small business. And the economic case for paternity leave.
Uber for Business. How to work from home more effectively. Is it legal for bosses to use social media tools to check backgrounds when hiring?
What really gets me is knowing that it may be fundamentally impossible to lead some people who cannot respect me because I am a woman.