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How Facebook and Google Employees Stack Up Against One Another

Both are extremely competitive in their quest to hire the best and the brightest--but not all of their perks are the same.

Small Business Book Awards: Time to Vote!

There are more than 200 nominations for your favorite business books of 2015 and now it's time to vote. Actually, we're in the final week of voting so get over to our awards page and cast yours by May 11.

OkCupid Co-Founder: Mentorship Can Bubble-Proof Startups

'It's not just about the capital. You need the minds around the table,' says Sam Yagen.

Sensoria: Inside The Business of Wearable Tech

Sensoria seems to be leading the way in wearable tech and to do so, the company is thinking beyond the smartwatch.

5 Electronic Payment Trends That Will Affect the Way Retailers Do Business This Year

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4 Common Legal Blunders Many Entrepreneurs Make

As an Entrepreneur, ensuring your business or startup is legally sound and protected is vital to your overall success.

5 Ways to Improve your Testing and Targeting, Starting Today

There's a problem with your testing and targeting. LinkedIn's Senior Director of Global Marketing tells us how to fix it.

Why The Smartest People Are Constant Learners

Warren Buffett reads 500 pages a day. Here's why learning is the best productivity hack.

Ad Exec Cal McAllister on Why Being Weird Works

Cal McAllister, founder of the advertising agency Wexley School for Girls, explains why companies should go out of their way to be interesting and authentic.

From IPO to Garage, One CEO is Out to Change How People Communicate with Businesses

Matt Tumbleson of Teckst reflects on going from helping manage an IPO to starting from scratch and changing how companies communicate.

TED Reveals the Best Way to Bomb Onstage

In his new book The Official TED Guide to Public Speaking, long-time curator Chris Anderson shares a crucial element that can turn a decent speech into a disaster

Five Questions to Ask an Applicant's References

One of the most important parts of the hiring process is reference checking. Do you know what questions to ask?

Eradicating Doubt, Fear, and Belligerence

Doubt, fear and belligerence, which run rampant in most organizations, cost you dearly. But they can be eliminated when you think like a true entrepreneur.

The Dirty Secret Holding Back the Venture Capital Industry

Julie Sandler, principal at Madrona Venture Group, explains why it's a problem that only five percent of venture capital deals are led by women.

Are You Being Too Polite at Work?

Real candor means assuming positive intent, even when the feedback is critical.

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