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How to Bridge the Communications Generation Gap -- From Both Sides
Communications

How to Bridge the Communications Generation Gap -- From Both Sides

When differences crop up, this can lead to a disconnect in the workplace. Here's how to gracefully resolve them.
Karen Lachtanski
What's the Big Deal About the 'Combined Campaign' Strategy?
Marketing Strategies

What's the Big Deal About the 'Combined Campaign' Strategy?

Given that 'combined campaigns' has recently been elevated as one of the most sought after buzzwords of 2015, it is in your interest to be updated.
Ivan Guzenko
Screaming Babies on a Plane? This Couple's Solution is a Poignant Lesson in Travel Etiquette.
Travel Tips

Screaming Babies on a Plane? This Couple's Solution is a Poignant Lesson in Travel Etiquette.

'I'll try to be on my best behavior,' reads a letter to passengers written by 1-year-old Madeline's mom and dad, 'but I'd like to apologize in advance if I lose my cool, get scared or my ears hurt.'
Geoff Weiss
'Nightmare Before Christmas': Labor Board Doubles Down on McDonald's Role in Labor Violations
McDonalds

'Nightmare Before Christmas': Labor Board Doubles Down on McDonald's Role in Labor Violations

The National Labor Relations Board is treating McDonald's as a joint employer in more alleged labor violations, to the horror of the franchise industry.
Kate Taylor
Should You Always Promote From Within Your Company?
Hiring

Should You Always Promote From Within Your Company?

Here is how to ensure you find the right person for the job.
Paul Spiegelman
Don't Get Stuck in the Software Jam
Managing Technology

Don't Get Stuck in the Software Jam

Local business owners are now hot property in Silicon Valley and countless startups are releasing a slew of cloud-based tools targeted towards the SMBs.
Jason Richelson
Winner Announced in National Pitch Room Contest
Sponsor Provided Content

Winner Announced in National Pitch Room Contest

A husband-and-wife team from Pennsylvania wowed the judges in the Sam Adams' Brewing the American Dream Wild Card Pitch Room competition.
Samuel AdamsĀ®
100 Engineers Are Trying to Bring Elon Musk's Hyperloop Dream to Life
Elon Musk

100 Engineers Are Trying to Bring Elon Musk's Hyperloop Dream to Life

Thanks to an ambitious think-tank upstart, the bold billionaire's vision for a Jetson-esque 'fifth mode of transport' is inching closer to reality.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
7 Scientifically Proven Steps to Increase Your Influence
Influencers

7 Scientifically Proven Steps to Increase Your Influence

Would you like to become the most memorable person in the room? Who wouldn't? Read on to learn about some of the methods taught by behavioral investigator Vanessa Van Edwards.
Meiko Patton
Don't Let Your Circumstances Paralyze You
Inspiration

Don't Let Your Circumstances Paralyze You

A former Chicago Bear recalls the effect of an unfortunate injury. Consider his advice for how to pull yourself out of a funk and reach your full potential.
Matt Mayberry
To Get the Best Out of Your Content, You Better Have a Top-Notch Digital Asset Management System
Asset Management

To Get the Best Out of Your Content, You Better Have a Top-Notch Digital Asset Management System

Creating top-notch content requires a digital asset management system to organize images, videos, slide-decks, infographics, animation and music.
Lisa Hoover McGreevy
Leadership

Entrepreneur's 10 Most Popular Leadership Stories of 2014

What makes a great leader? These articles can point you in the right direction.
Nina Zipkin
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'Smart Mannequins' Are Watching You, and Sending You Photos
Retailers

'Smart Mannequins' Are Watching You, and Sending You Photos

In a bid to lure shoppers away from the Internet and back into brick-and-mortar stores, retailers are giving mannequins a high-tech upgrade.
Laura Entis
Why Entrepreneurs Must Believe in Themselves
Confidence

Why Entrepreneurs Must Believe in Themselves

Reflecting back on his life, serial inventor Stephen Key recalls the importance of having confidence. Trust yourself to make good decisions, he advises. Have the courage to make changes when things don't feel right.
Stephen Key
Holiday Returns Scammers to Cost Retailers Billions
Holiday Shopping

Holiday Returns Scammers to Cost Retailers Billions

An industry group's survey estimates scammers making returns will cost retailers $3.6 billion this holiday season.
Phil Wahba
Report: Virus That Struck Sony Wasn't Very Complex
Hackers

Report: Virus That Struck Sony Wasn't Very Complex

Entitled WIPALL, it also likely festered within the company's computers for months before wiping out all data and crashing the system within a matter of minutes.
Geoff Weiss
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7 Scientifically Proven Steps to Increase Your Influence
Influencers

7 Scientifically Proven Steps to Increase Your Influence

Would you like to become the most memorable person in the room? Who wouldn't? Read on to learn about some of the methods taught by behavioral investigator Vanessa Van Edwards.
Don't Let Your Circumstances Paralyze You
Inspiration

Don't Let Your Circumstances Paralyze You

A former Chicago Bear recalls the effect of an unfortunate injury. Consider his advice for how to pull yourself out of a funk and reach your full potential.
Why Entrepreneurs Must Believe in Themselves
Confidence

Why Entrepreneurs Must Believe in Themselves

Reflecting back on his life, serial inventor Stephen Key recalls the importance of having confidence. Trust yourself to make good decisions, he advises. Have the courage to make changes when things don't feel right.
How Knowing Yourself Leads to More Productivity and Efficiency
Productivity

How Knowing Yourself Leads to More Productivity and Efficiency

The problem with many plans is that they depend on your changing your life to match what someone else says will work, rather than your understanding yourself well and deciding to budget your time accordingly.
Did 2014's Marketing Predictions Come True? (Infographic)
Marketing

Did 2014's Marketing Predictions Come True? (Infographic)

A look back at some of the top predictions of the year, and whether they were accurate.