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Marcus Lemonis on the Common Mistake People Make When Pitching Their Business

Marcus Lemonis, star of CNBC's 'The Profit', explains why you should pretend you're talking to someone from another planet during pitches.

5 Habits of Exceptionally Emotionally Intelligent People

What's different about people who have emotional intelligence and those who don't?

5 Hidden Pitfalls That Are Plaguing Your Sales Team

Only 33% of your salesperson's time goes toward actual selling. The rest? It all goes to busy work. Identify the friction points to improve your team.

Killer List of National Small Business Week 2016 Events

National Small Business Week is upon us again. Next week, there are small business events and celebrations planned across the country. For your convenience, we've listed as many as we can find here.

10 Simple Patterns Of The Most Insanely Successful People

Simple and proven patterns determined by numerous in-person interviews of insanely successful people from all walks of life

5 Reasons Engineers Make Great CEOs

Unlike "regular" people, they have a unique way of seeing the world.

Former NBA Commissioner David Stern Coaches You On 4 Rules of Business

From the infamous Ron Artest fan brawl to Magic Johnson's HIV disclosure, the commish has seen it all in the world of sports. Here's his no-nonsense advice on staying successful.

9 Things You Need to Stop Expecting From Others

Don't expect others to do the things you haven't made the effort to do for yourself.

The Impossible Decision All Founders Must Face

When you decide to launch a business, you're also changing how you live.

Bank of America Reports Earnings Drop in Q1, Stock Dips

Bank of America has issued its first-quarter numbers and they're not looking too good. The bank reports that it suffered a 13 percent drop in profits during the beginning of 2016.

How This $150 Million Company Succeeded By Doing Everything Wrong

Peloton has taken a new approach to the studio-cycling business--and overcoming several false starts along the way.

The 3 Technologies That Will Define Our Future - For Good or Bad

Inventor, entrepreneur and thinker Ray Kurzweil is legend in Silicon Valley. While probably best know for inventing the first music synthesizer, the Kurzweil K250, his inventions and achievements are too numerous to list here. Singularity University's Ray Kurzweil Predicts Three...

Adaptive Medias Merges With AdSupply, Touts Anti-Adblocking Product

AdSupply CEO Justin Bunnell discusses the impact of his company's merger with Adaptive Medias.

20 Website Traffic Tips – How To Get 100,000 Visitors A Month

When it comes to getting sales and leads from your website, traffic is the name of the game. It doesn’t matter how compelling your sales page is or how high quality your product is, without traffic, you won’t make much money. The biggest online brands tend to get 6 figure traffic numbers or more per […]

Real estate flipping gets crowd treatment with startup Fund That Flip

NEW YORK— Matt Rodak and the team behind Fund That Flip noticed an opportunity in the real estate sector and pounced. After the financial crisis, an influx of entrepreneurs began “flipping” old properties into nicer, newer homes. Historically, it's difficult to access this asset class, Rodak told New York Business Journal. Show More Summary

Why the Uber of moving companies is growing in Austin

AUSTIN—Bellhops, an app-based on-demand moving company that connects movers with customers who need items hauled, is targeting Austin for a major hiring spree. Bellhops pays $13-15 an hour and, like other on-demand companies such as Uber Technologies Inc. Show More Summary

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