All Blogs / Business & Finance / Career & Jobs / Management / New

5 Etiquette Tips for Silicon Valley Transplants

A Minnesota native turned Silicon Valley founder on the small but important details of communication that help newcomers fit in and make powerful friends.

Made to Stay

Take on employment challenges and foster a strong, sustainable business with a workforce that is made to stay.

How This Company Makes Sure There's Enough Marijuana to Go Around on 4/20

With Denver's businesses welcoming a huge influx of tourists for 4/20, Inc. followed Blue Line Protection Group's efforts to get dispensaries the hundreds of pounds of pot they need to meet demand.

What Etsy, Patagonia and Warby Parker have in common

Here are five things to know about B Corps, a certification that’s gaining popularity for do-good companies.

What Google's Mobile Algorithm Update Means for Businesses

"Mobilegeddon" is upon us! Is your business prepared for the shakeup in search results?

Innovation Grows in Whitespaces

Here's the thing that innovators tend to forget: bureaucracy is our friend. The rules and regulations of any organization are also the forces that unwittingly create whitespaces, the opportunities to break new boundaries.

Don't Let Acquisition Interest Harm Your Business

Jesse Lipson, founder of Sharefile, explains who you need to hire to optimize both the business and its acquisition.

Survey: US Businesses Expect Sales Rebound, More Hiring

U.S. businesses expect their sales will rebound in the next three months after a sluggish first quarter, and they also plan to boost hiring and pay, according to a survey released Monday.

Smart Door Locks Allow Access From Afar

A host of new products allow you to lock and unlock doors remotely from your smartphone, sometimes from around the globe.

4 Ways to Provide Outstanding Customer Service on Social Media

Sharing great content is only half the battle on social media. You also need to engage your community. Are you set up to handle customer service through social media?

5 Truths About the Nature of Business

Many companies have become caught up in an unrealistic perpetual growth phase, and they believe it will go on forever. The harsh reality is that it almost never does.

4/20 Means Big Business in Denver

Marijuana business owners, hotels, and tourism companies are getting ready for what is expected to be their busiest weekend since recreational marijuana was legalized in Colorado.

Yahoo Renews Microsoft Search Partnership with More Flexibility

An agreement announced Thursday extends a search partnership that Yahoo Inc. and Microsoft Corp. forged in 2009 while they were being led by different CEOs.

6 Tricks to Make the 5-Hour Workday Work for You

The five-hour workday isn't just a myth you've heard about around the watercooler. It's real, and it can work for your team.

Walgreens froze salaries for top U.S. executives

Such top-heavy salary freezes are fairly unusual among American companies.

Social Media: The Bottomless Bank Vault

Your life is the script for your own social media money making hit machine.

Netflix Hauls in Tons of New Users With Original Programming

Netflix said Wednesday that it gained 4.9 million subscribers in the first three months of the year, more than any other quarter since the video streaming service's debut eight years ago.

Why Email Will Be Obsolete by 2020

Stick a fork in your email--within five years, something else is going to replace it.

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC