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The Bathroom Line Gets a Speed Hack
Wacky Business Ideas

The Bathroom Line Gets a Speed Hack

Traffic lights for toilet stalls cuts down on bathroom wait times at concerts, stadiums and other venues.
6 Ways Writing a Book Can Help Your Business
Writing

6 Ways Writing a Book Can Help Your Business

Gain credibility and give your business a boost by putting your experiences on paper.
Lisa Evans
Tech Moves That Level the Ecommerce Playing Field for Small Business
Ecommerce

Tech Moves That Level the Ecommerce Playing Field for Small Business

Consumers have little patience when shopping online but no business is too small to afford a high performance site.
Jay Smith
Here is Why Interactives Are the Next Big Thing in Content Marketing
Interactivity

Here is Why Interactives Are the Next Big Thing in Content Marketing

If infographics blew up because they caught people’s attention where a boring report wouldn't, interactives are blowing up because they catch people’s attention -- and hold it.
The 5 Essentials for a Corporate Brand Employees Live and Customers Buy
Branding

The 5 Essentials for a Corporate Brand Employees Live and Customers Buy

When employees believe in the brand, the company prospers.
Chris Wirthwein
What Athletics Can Teach About the Characteristics of Great Leaders
Leadership Qualities

What Athletics Can Teach About the Characteristics of Great Leaders

A coach shares his lessons from the basketball court, noting that the failure quotient is more important than IQ.
 Pat Sullivan
What to Do When the Big Fish You Hired Roils Your Startup's Small Pond
Managing Employees

What to Do When the Big Fish You Hired Roils Your Startup's Small Pond

Startups that hire well-known industry insiders sometimes find they create bigger problems with their egos than they solve with their expertise.
New Gen Y Leaders Can Carry the X Factor for Success
Millennials

New Gen Y Leaders Can Carry the X Factor for Success

Millennials who are new to management roles can follow these three tips to achieve better outcomes.
Shirley Engelmeier
The Internet Thinks Hershey's New Logo Looks Like Crap -- Literally
Rebranding

The Internet Thinks Hershey's New Logo Looks Like Crap -- Literally

The 120-year-old company unveiled a new logo today, much to the amusement (and disgust) of commenters on social media.
Geoff Weiss
How to Fix Virtual Team Challenges Before They Happen
Virtual Teams

How to Fix Virtual Team Challenges Before They Happen

Set up processes that build trust, accountability and communication to reap the benefits of having a remote operation.
Chuck Cohn
What I Learned in My First 365 Days as an Entrepreneur
Entrepreneurship

What I Learned in My First 365 Days as an Entrepreneur

The first year of a startup can be a brutal time for an entrepreneur. Here are a few lessons on how to survive the first 12 months.
More Diverse Corporate Boards Leads to Less Risk Taking
Workplace Diversity

More Diverse Corporate Boards Leads to Less Risk Taking

Research shows that businesses of all sizes would be wise to include leadership from all walks of life.
Ya-wen Yang
Everything You Need for a Winning Crowdfunding Campaign (Infographic)
Crowdfunding

Everything You Need for a Winning Crowdfunding Campaign (Infographic)

Here's a statistical breakdown of all of the completed campaigns on Indiegogo and Kickstarter as of early August.
Catherine Clifford
Dunkin' Donuts Debuts Dark-Roast Coffee for the First Time Ever
Coffee

Dunkin' Donuts Debuts Dark-Roast Coffee for the First Time Ever

As the coffee market heats up, Dunkin' Donuts is finally serving up dark-roast brew.
Kate Taylor