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Good News for Your Inbox: LinkedIn Cuts Back on Annoying Emails
Linkedin

Good News for Your Inbox: LinkedIn Cuts Back on Annoying Emails

The company is decreasing the number of emails it sends to users.
Kate Taylor
How Important Is Emotional Intelligence to Success in Business?
Emotional Intelligence

How Important Is Emotional Intelligence to Success in Business?

There are many valid definitions of EQ, but we think about it as four quadrants that look at the self and others.
Doug and Polly White
Entrepreneur and CultureIQ Are Searching for the Top Company Cultures
Promoted Content

Entrepreneur and CultureIQ Are Searching for the Top Company Cultures

We're looking for companies that instill a high-performance culture in the workplace. Think you've got what it takes to make our list?
Everything You Need to Know About Leadership You Learned in Physics Class
Leadership

Everything You Need to Know About Leadership You Learned in Physics Class

The basic lessons we learned in physics class tell you everything you need to do to run a successful business. Hit the books.
Ray Hennessey
'Smoking Gun' Evidence Could Eradicate Copyright Claims for the World's Most Popular Song
Copyrights

'Smoking Gun' Evidence Could Eradicate Copyright Claims for the World's Most Popular Song

'Happy Birthday,' which reportedly generates $2 million per year for the Warner/Chappell Music, was interjected into public domain in the 20s, according to new evidence filed in a two-year-old suit.
Geoff Weiss
Sleep May Unlock Previously Unavailable Memories
Memory

Sleep May Unlock Previously Unavailable Memories

New research suggests that sleep doesn't just protect memories from being forgotten, it makes them easier to access.
Laura Entis
How Much Should You Pay Yourself as a Business Owner?
Starting a Business

How Much Should You Pay Yourself as a Business Owner?

Although you get to decide your own salary, determining the amount might be one of the toughest decisions you'll make.
The Staff of Entrepreneur Media, Inc.
21 Travel Hacks You Need to Know Before You Go
Infographics

21 Travel Hacks You Need to Know Before You Go

From the secret to snagging an entire row of seats on the plane, to rigging your suitcase so it (hopefully) appears at the baggage claim first, here's a bunch of clever little tricks that make traveling much less of a crudstorm.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
7 Mind-Body Fitness Strategies That Crush Stress
Stress Management

7 Mind-Body Fitness Strategies That Crush Stress

Stress is built into living but everything we need to deal with it is built into us.
Greg Wells
Forget 'Coffee's for Closers.' Instead, Think: 'Content's for Closers.'
Marketing

Forget 'Coffee's for Closers.' Instead, Think: 'Content's for Closers.'

Five ways to get your sales and marketing teams to work together on content that will help you close deals.
Hana Abaza
Enterprise Tech Takes the Guess Work Out of Influencer Marketing
Social Media

Enterprise Tech Takes the Guess Work Out of Influencer Marketing

Influencers have been a shot in the dark for companies making a play on social media. That's changing in important ways.
John Rampton
FDA Bans Some Cilantro Imports After Finding Feces and Toilet Paper in Fields
FDA

FDA Bans Some Cilantro Imports After Finding Feces and Toilet Paper in Fields

The polarizing plant has been causing stomach illness outbreaks.
Kate Taylor
How to Get Lost Facebook 'Likes' Back
Facebook Marketing

How to Get Lost Facebook 'Likes' Back

Facebook has cleared out inactive or fraudulent accounts, which means 'like' counts have dropped. Here's how to build yours back up.
Mike Rowe: Freelancing Embodies the Entrepreneurial Spirit
Freelancers

Mike Rowe: Freelancing Embodies the Entrepreneurial Spirit

Just because you don't have aspirations to grow a company with massive scale doesn't mean you aren't an entrepreneur, the TV personality says.
Jason Fell
7 Ways Introverts Can Become Master Minglers
Networking

7 Ways Introverts Can Become Master Minglers

Shy people enjoy the networking advantage of being the good listeners everyone enjoys meeting.
Jacqueline Whitmore
How We Started Our Brewery
Starting a Business

How We Started Our Brewery

This real-life startup story details what it really takes to get a craft brewing brand up and running.
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3 Luxuries I Left Behind When I Became an Entrepreneur
Lifestyle

3 Luxuries I Left Behind When I Became an Entrepreneur

Back in the days when I worked for a big company, I had lots of money to throw around. Now I have to be a little creative to get similar perks.
The Unglamorous Truth About My First Year of Business
Starting a Business

The Unglamorous Truth About My First Year of Business

Sometimes you're better off not knowing what you're getting into.
Need a Business Idea? Here are 55
Starting a Business

Need a Business Idea? Here are 55

You can start any of these home based businesses for less than $5,000.
Business Plans: A Step-by-Step Guide
Business Plans

Business Plans: A Step-by-Step Guide

This guide to writing a business plan will outline the most important parts and what should be included in an effective plan.
6 Best Practices for Working From Home
Work From Home

6 Best Practices for Working From Home

When your office is located where you reside, productivity can go out the window. Or things are just too quiet. Here's how to maximize the benefits.

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9 'Cheats' to Make Your Content Go Viral
Online Writing

9 'Cheats' to Make Your Content Go Viral

These common formats can seriously increase your content's shareability.
9 Lessons in Entrepreneurship From Silicon Valley
Entrepreneurship

9 Lessons in Entrepreneurship From Silicon Valley

If you want to be great at something, learn from the experts. When it comes to startups, the experts are in the tech industry.
Venture Capital Isn't Partying Like 2000
Venture Capital

Venture Capital Isn't Partying Like 2000

Despite some headlines, the nature of the current venture market is far different than the bubble years.
10 Communication Secrets of Great Leaders
Leadership Qualities

10 Communication Secrets of Great Leaders

No one ever became a great leader without first becoming a great communicator.
13 Facts About Jack Dorsey's Fabulous Life
Jack Dorsey

13 Facts About Jack Dorsey's Fabulous Life

Did you know he started programming at age 15 and built Twitter's prototype in 2000?