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Smart Pillow ZEEQ Plays Music, Stops Snoring, Analyzes Sleep

The Kickstarter-backed ZEEQ smart pillow aims to get to know your sleep patterns, plays music to put you to sleep and even vibrates to wake you up when you've had enough rest.

The secret to rural jobs creation: connections

  No one creates jobs in a vacuum. They need to connect to customers. They need to connect to people at suppliers and service providers. They need to connect to people who help them think of the new ideas that generate new value that create more demand that lead to new jobs. They need to […]

6 Ways to Tune Up Your Email Marketing

If your email marketing plan has hit a lull or is good but on the cusp of great, these tips may help snazz up your efforts.

What it Takes to Build a Billion-Dollar Startup

Steven Boal, CEO of Quotient Technology, and Frederic Kerrest, co-founder of Okta, explain to Inc. president Eric Schurenberg why there's no "right" way to build a unicorn startup.

Yes, Ivanka Trump, Interns Should Get Paid. Here's Why

Ivanka Trump recently tweeted advice from her (apparently) unpaid interns. Here's why she should reconsider her position.

Top Advertising Execs Reveal How to Break Through Creative Blocks

Creative blocks are frustrating and not always easy to overcome. Advertising Execs who work with top brands share their solutions.

What’s Holding Back African-American Entrepreneurs?

African-Americans, more than others, are having the hardest time getting their startup companies off the ground.

9 Awesome Places to Find Background Music for Video

Discover new places to download copyright free music and free background music for video projects.

Not Doing Your Best? When It’s Time To Fess Up to the Boss

At some point while running a business, you're not going to put your best effort forward. Admit it, it happens. Not everyone has to hear about it all the time though. There's clearly a time and a place for admitting you've not done your best.

Staffing Industry Research Firm Says There are 44 Million Gig Workers

The Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) recently released a study showing that nearly 30% of the U.S. workforce are gig workers. This works out to be about 44 million Americans. They also found that contingent workers represented $792.4 billion in staffing...

How One Remote Employee Doubled His Productivity in 3 Months

At my company, productivity is everything. With more than 80 clients and a never-ending cycle of critical deadlines, everyone needs to be firing on all cylinders. But how can you effectively ensure maximum productivity for an employee...Show More Summary

The Real Benefit of Design Thinking

Design thinking is a proven method for business growth. But, the benefits go as deep for your company as they do for customers.

Financial tips for moms working from home

The flexible nature of working from home is appealing for new moms and many opt for this when the pitter patter of little feet is on the horizon. “This transition can often begin when moms say their farewells before heading off on maternity leave.

What Uber’s Self-Driving Car Tests Can Teach You About Offering New Services (Watch)

Going over the Fort Pitt Bridge in a driverless vehicle... it'll be a sight to behold and one coming to Pittsburgh thanks to Uber and its effort to deploy its first driverless ride.

How I... Sell used books to fuel my nonprofit

WASHINGTON — In 2000, Jason King left his coveted associate position at law firm Krooth & Altman LLP to dedicate his career to a nonprofit he founded called Turning the Page. Since its inception, TTP has been at the forefront of reimagining the D.C. Show More Summary

Why security company Cypress Security focuses on customer service

SAN FRANCISCO — The idea for Cypress Security came to CEO and founder Kes Narbutas when he was working in real estate development and was hired to manage Yerba Buena Gardens for the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency. After failing to find a security company that met his needs, he decided to start his own company. Show More Summary

Code Undercover equips non-coders with skills needed to build their own websites

BOSTON — Teach a man or woman to code, and they'll be able to build their own web and mobile apps for a lifetime. That twist on the old adage is the foundation of Philip Greenwald's recently-launched Cambridge business, which teaches...Show More Summary

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