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Why I Back Eric Ries Over Peter Thiel
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Why I Back Eric Ries Over Peter Thiel

A philosophical debate over Lean Startup and vision means we all have to take sides. I'm with Eric Ries.
Jason Saltzman
What You Need to Do to Make a Midlife Career Change
Career Change

What You Need to Do to Make a Midlife Career Change

Whether the decision was your own or not, keep these things in mind as you carve a new path.
Deborah Mitchell
Former Tinder Employees Are Launching a Rival Dating App
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Former Tinder Employees Are Launching a Rival Dating App

It's called Bumble, and it's being marketed as Tinder minus the creep factor.
Laura Entis
4 Steps to Ensuring Customer Experience Comes First
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4 Steps to Ensuring Customer Experience Comes First

Fashion the touch points and interactions so critical for captivating today's empowered consumers.
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Want Loyal Customers? Understand This.

Our experts help you better understand why your customers use your service to build loyalty.
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To Run Lean, Think Lean (Infographic)
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To Run Lean, Think Lean (Infographic)

This exclusive infographic helps you understand how to maximize your company's resources.
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How These 8 Restaurant Chains Are Mixing Up Their Menus for Thanksgiving
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How These 8 Restaurant Chains Are Mixing Up Their Menus for Thanksgiving

Don't want to spend Thanksgiving in the kitchen? Find out which restaurant chains are branching out to serve turkey – or turkey ice cream cake -- this year.
Kate Taylor
You Don't Say? Body Language Speaks Volumes More Than Words.
Nonverbal Communications

You Don't Say? Body Language Speaks Volumes More Than Words.

To understand what someone is communicating, watching is as important as listening.
Thai Nguyen
EU Lawmakers to Vote on Google Break-Up Motion
International business

EU Lawmakers to Vote on Google Break-Up Motion

While parliament has no power to dismember a firm, the vote highlights the underlining, widespread concern among EU politicians about American dominance of the Internet industry.
The 23 Best Business Tools Built By Startups
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The 23 Best Business Tools Built By Startups

These apps could help you run your company more efficiently.
Sujan Patel
Apple's $450 Million eBook Settlement Gets Final Court Approval
Legal Issues

Apple's $450 Million eBook Settlement Gets Final Court Approval

The deal resolves claims it harmed consumers by conspiring with five publishers to raise e-book prices.
The Pros and Cons of Sole Proprietorships
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The Pros and Cons of Sole Proprietorships

CPA Mark Kohler explains the advantages and disadvantages with this simple business structure.
Carly Okyle
An Entrepreneur's Guide to Surviving Thanksgiving Dinner
Entrepreneurs

An Entrepreneur's Guide to Surviving Thanksgiving Dinner

Have a plan for keeping your cool when the people who love you and don't understand what you do or why offer painfully obvious advice.
Jason Wesbecher
Tesla in Talks With BMW Over Car Batteries
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Tesla in Talks With BMW Over Car Batteries

The car makers discuss a collaboration over car batteries and other parts.
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Multiply the Trust Factor Inside Your Organization
Managing Employees

Multiply the Trust Factor Inside Your Organization

These 10 principles will go a long way toward enhancing employees' commitment to the company.
The 3 Decisions That Will Change Your Financial Life
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The 3 Decisions That Will Change Your Financial Life

Tony Robbins shares insights from his just-published book, Money Master the Game, about how a trio of choices frame your outlook and influence your chances at success.
How to Name a Business
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How to Name a Business

What's in a business name? Plenty. Follow this guide to choose a memorable name that will best represent your brand.
How to Become a Millionaire by Age 30
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How to Become a Millionaire by Age 30

Ten steps to take to get, and stay rich in the earliest stage of your career.
21 Ways to Achieve Wealth and Success
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21 Ways to Achieve Wealth and Success

Using author Tom Corley as inspiration, here's a checklist to the best things in life.

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4 Steps to Ensuring Customer Experience Comes First
Customers

4 Steps to Ensuring Customer Experience Comes First

Fashion the touch points and interactions so critical for captivating today's empowered consumers.
The 12 Worst Apple Products of All Time
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The 12 Worst Apple Products of All Time

The California tech giant hasn't always been a synonym for success.
It's Your Busy Season. Don't Drop the Ball.
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It's Your Busy Season. Don't Drop the Ball.

Get ahead of things early, lay down a firm foundation by asking the right questions and handle the flood.
Does Your Staff Dislike You?
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Does Your Staff Dislike You?

Grade yourself on this checklist of managerial behaviors. Spot leadership mistakes that elicit less-than-desirable results.
What the Uber Snafu Teaches About Avoiding Inappropriate Public Statements
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What the Uber Snafu Teaches About Avoiding Inappropriate Public Statements

Steer clear of unsuitable business remarks and blunders that will ricochet well beyond a private gathering.