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Zillow Group CEO on the Biggest Challenge Rapidly-Growing Startups Face

Spencer Rascoff, CEO of Zillow Group, explains why being able to put the breaks on expansion is crucial for startup founders.

How Small Business Owners Can Be More Optimistic

The new Capital One Spark Business Barometer reveals that small business optimism has dropped in the first quarter of this year by 9 percent compared to the same time in 2015. Additionally 57 percent of small business owners feel that business conditions in their area are fair or poor. Show More Summary

The Current Re-Make of "The Producers"

Remember "The Producers?" It was the Mel Brooks film (and later a play) about a crooked producer and his timid accountant who decide to make a Broadway flop so they can keep the money from the backers and not have to pay back anyone....Show More Summary

Firing an Employee: Navigating a Touchy Process the Right Way

Firing an employee is never easy, but making the right termination decisions is critical for the success of your business. When someone is damaging the business rather than helping it, it’s time to let that person go. Here are some key steps to making sure the firing process is done properly, paying proper respect to […]

How Hamilton’s Lin-Manuel Miranda makes us think about legacy

The composer, writer and Broadway star is making an indelible imprint on musical theater -- and on how the people who see it think about their lives and legacy

Quote of the Day

Sobriety's a real turn-on for me. You can see what you're doing. - Peter O'Toole

7 Ways to Get Your Team to Take More Initiative

Try These Proven Methods to Spur Action and Get Results. Self-starters who take action and get things done are essential to any effective organization. But what are you supposed to do if your teammates don’t show initiative? I was recently talking with a friend. Show More Summary

Babies have an innate sense of right and wrong

This experiment is absolutely fascinating – not to mention devastatingly cute :) Given that humans have an innate preference for those who are nice and helpful, we should definitely value and celebrate those people in the workplace too – and get rid of the jerks.

Want To Start A Business But Scared To Take The Leap? Consider A Franchise!

Want To Start A Business But Scared To Take The Leap? Consider A Franchise! CAREEREALISM More than half of American adults want a new career or to start their own business. Scared to start a business? Consider a franchise! The post Want To Start A Business But Scared To Take The Leap? Consider A Franchise! appeared first on CAREEREALISM.

First Female U.S. President

I predict that the USA is about to have its first female President. The post First Female U.S. President appeared first on Steve Pavlina - Personal Development for Smart People.

Garment Factory Workers in Southern California Are Calling for a Boycott of American Apparel

The General Brotherhood of American Apparel Workers (GBWAA), a union for garment workers at American Apparel’s southern California manufacturing facilities—one of which, its downtown Los Angeles location, is the largest garment-making...Show More Summary

Kansas Republicans Again Stab Workers, And Democracy, In The Back

Once again, that conservative maxim about the government that’s closest to the people serves the people best was thrown out the window by conservatives when it comes to protecting the interests of workers against the abuses of businesses. The latest example is Kansas, which just passed a law that said that local governments could not […]

Buffett's Management Truths

Cultural Offering points to 11 management truths by Warren Buffett. I was going to pick a favorite but all of them are good.

How to Make Your Meetings Much More Effective

Meetings are known to be the element that everyone hates about the corporate world.

Peter Diamandis: Technology and Regulation Don't Mix

The founder of Singularity University doesn't want to see advances in artificial intelligence stifled by rules.

The Rubicon Project Beats First Quarter Forecasts

Shares of the Los Angeles-based company have climbed 20 percent since the beginning of the year.

Meditators Have Younger Brains

A new study to be published in the journal NeuroImage found that the brains of long-term meditators at age 50 were 7.5 years younger than the brains of a non-meditating control group, which suggests that meditation may be helpful for keeping our brains younger. Show More Summary

We need to do more for women in science

The scientific community must do a better job confronting the issues facing women in science, our author writes

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