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Could NLRB Ruling Destroy the Franchise Business?

A recent NLRB vote gives more wage negotiating powers to workers at establishments that rely on contractors. The vote likely will make it harder for businesses to outsource their help.

The One Word You Should Never Say

In our office, busy is a bad word that can actually lower an organization's productivity and morale.

The Overlooked Enemy of Simplicity

Most organizations want to simplify, but there is one common practice holding most back.

Some Popular Misconceptions About Affiliate Marketing

Because of the buzz surrounding affiliate marketing, there is a wealth of information about it out there, some of which isn’t worth the pixels it’s displayed with.

Crypto-fuel could power the growing Internet of Things

Ethereum has created a Bitcoin-like cryptocurrency called Ether, the value of which is based on computing power, and could eventually power smart devices.

Entrepreneurs Are Everywhere Show No. 1: Richard Witten and Kathryn Minshew

“That which does not kill us makes us stronger.” Friedrich Nietzsche Sometimes the best lessons are the most painful. Resilience – the ability to bounce back from adversity – is one of the key attributes of entrepreneurs and was the focus of my first weekly radio show, Entrepreneurs are Everywhere, on Sirius XM Radio Channel […]

Negotiation app lets customers haggle for money off their lunch

Requested is bringing dynamic pricing to the hospitality industry, letting customers haggle for reduced prices when restaurants are quiet.

A Food Startup Hatches a New, Unique Model to Support Scrappy Artisans

Hatchery, a New York City-based food business, aims to give entrepreneurs access to a wider customer base, while taking a cut of its own in sales.

7 Superpowers and Why You Need At Least 1

What does Donald Trump, Superman, Mark Cuban and Spiderman and Lebron James all have in common?

Twisted Sister's Lead Guitarist: 'Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus Should Be So Lucky'

Jay Jay French talks about how Twisted Sister, the band he founded, sold more than 20 million records in 40 years.

Mark Zuckerberg Wants You to Read This Book

The Facebook founder offers fellow entrepreneurs an empathy-boosting book suggestion.

McDonald's Will Launch All Day Breakfast on Oct. 6

Egg McMuffins, hotcakes, sausage burritos, fruit 'n yogurt parfaits, hash browns and biscuits will be available anytime, although the exact menu will vary in different markets.

8 Powerful Marketing and Web Tools for Savvy Entrepreneurs

New social media and web tools seem to pop up every day. Here are some definitely worth checking out.

What to Expect When the Fed Hikes Interest Rates

The best bets say that interest rates will go up by December, and as early as this month. Here's how that will affect you.

The Daily Habits of 19 High-Achieving CEOs

Success in business and life is all about being intentional about how you use your time.

Need Worksite Assistance? Use AAA Leadership

The next time you feel stuck in a leadership rut, remember AAA worksite assistance: Assess, Access and Activate to keep your team in the fast lane to success.

How to Hire People to Work for a Difficult Boss

When the boss is tough to get along with, how honest should be with job candidates?

5 American Companies Already Doing Business in Cuba

Despite the trade and financial restrictions still in place, these companies are already betting big on the tiny island nation.

Rainforest desktop app could curb wasteful office printing

The Deforested Desktop app places an interactive image of a dwindling rainforest onto workers' computers to encourage thrifty printing.

The New Type of Company Everybody Wants to Work For

There's more to employee happiness than perks and benefits--and the sooner we all realize it the better.

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