Small businesses involved in government contracting must protect themselves from "prime shutouts" to ensure they get to perform on the contract.
The purchase process is an emotional one. You'll be more successful if you satisfy all the customer's wishes.
We've all heard it so many times that the meaning has been all but lost: There are some things that money can't buy. The brilliant Frank Sonnenberg reclaims that idea for us and lays it out--among other things--in his new book, Follow Your Conscience.
New Geography's 1099 Economy on the Rise features data from Zen Payroll showing: "the ratio of independent contractors to full-time employees has meaningfully risen among small and medium-sized businesses in states and major metropolitan areas across the country." In other...
The Nest CEO and Internet-of-things visionary on the difference between what you make and who you are.
T om Bollich, a cofounder of Zynga, has switched to another potentially lucrative enterprise that involves leisure time: he is the chief executive officer of Surna, a Colorado company that sells chilling systems and other equipment that...Show More Summary
W hat is Twitter? It's the question Twitter executives must be tired of answering. Even a year into its life as a public company, Twitter is hard to pin down. It's a social network, news service, marketing platform, the list goes on. While...Show More Summary
P resident Barack Obama's call for extending utility regulation to Internet service — pulling cable and wireless Internet into federal regulation for the first time — has turned the normally sleepy realm of telecom policy on its earShow More Summary
Maybe it's not surprising that Yahoo would rank high on a list of epic business blunders, but it ranks number one on this cringeworthy list of the worst business decisions of all time brought to you by All Time 10s, a YouTube channel...Show More Summary
I t pays to be funny. Bloomberg reports that the Will Ferrell-founded comedy site FunnyorDie is exploring the possibility of a sale, with an asking price of between $100 million and $300 million. “We've received unsolicited interest from a number of companies," CEO Dick Glover wrote in a memo to employees. Show More Summary
I t was after Michael Sattler had left his almost decade-long career as the senior vice president of engineering and product management at Endurance International (Nasdaq: EIGI) that he started noticing a technological trend toward group...Show More Summary
Tech geeks have been anticipating the premiere of “The Imitation Game", a biopic about computing pioneer Alan Turing. Keira Knightley, who stars in the film opposite Benedict Cumberbatch, attended a release party in Silicon Valley along with some of the biggest names in the industry. Show More Summary
T ech bloggers around the world scoffed when the app Yo was valued at up to $10 million this summer. After all, the concept is stupidly simple: The app allows you to send the word "yo" to friends and family. But ask the Miami Dolphins,...Show More Summary
After Luke Bryan won entertainer of the year at last week's CMA Awards, Britney Wegusen was pretty happy. I met with the young CEO on Thursday, the day after the annual awards show, and Bryan was one of a handful of clients that was also a big winner the night before. Show More Summary
When you mention mobile dog grooming, everyone thinks of that shaggy van from Dumb and Dumber, and with good reason: it predicted the industry.
In the 1994 film “Dumb and Dumber”, Jeff Daniels’ character starts a mobile dog grooming business called Mutt Cutts. The business features a utility van made to look like a sheepdog. At the time, the business idea seemed to match the movie’s name. Show More Summary
Parallel Revolution makes high quality hemp clothing for men. Read our interview with co-founder Jake Wade.
A partnership between a growing website design platform a large stock photography provider is aimed at giving small businesses better content for their websites. It’s imperative today that any business website pop with eye-catching imagery. Show More Summary
Have a product idea? Don't rush out and file a patent.
A recent study found that more than half of employees don't think their bosses regularly give them respect. That can have a grave effect on them and on the company as a whole.