Business Management

Why So Many Tech Founders Who Are Jerks Become Insanely Rich and Successful
Leadership

Why So Many Tech Founders Who Are Jerks Become Insanely Rich and Successful

If 'startup DNA' is the idea that the world's best entrepreneurs have some inherent talent they were born with that made them successful, then many also share another characteristic: arrogance.
Leadership Lessons From Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Leadership

Leadership Lessons From Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

As we honor one of the greatest leaders of the 20th Century, here are some takeaways from the visionary for entrepreneurs.
Lean Startup Lessons for Healthcare Businesses
Business Management

Lean Startup Lessons for Healthcare Businesses

What fledgling healthcare entrepreneurs learned from Steve Blank's Lean LaunchPad might surprise you.
When Launching a Company, Consider These 5 Things
Starting a Business

When Launching a Company, Consider These 5 Things

From being passionate to choosing the right partners, entrepreneurs need to focus on a few key components to help build a sustainable business.
How Milton Friedman Predicted Bitcoin In 1999
News and Trends

How Milton Friedman Predicted Bitcoin In 1999

Long before Bitcoin ever existed, the notion was proposed by the U.S.'s most famous free-market economist.
5 Mistakes I've Made So You Don't Have To
Business Management

5 Mistakes I've Made So You Don't Have To

A wise person learns from someone else's experiences, so there's no excuse to repeat these business blunders.
8 Tasks You Should Delegate Today
Management & Operations

8 Tasks You Should Delegate Today

While multitasking may be necessary in the early days of a startup, it's important to recognize when it's time to hand off nonessential tasks.
Do You Have the Entrepreneurial 'X Factor?'
Leadership

Do You Have the Entrepreneurial 'X Factor?'

While everyone is trying to jump on the entrepreneur bandwagon, some people are naturally more cut out for the ride than others.
Time to Send Out 1099s: What to Know
Tax Center

Time to Send Out 1099s: What to Know

This is the month get your 1099s out to your vendors. We break down what you need to know and do.
Why This Traveler Totes Touches of Home (and Juicy Fruit)
Business Travel

Why This Traveler Totes Touches of Home (and Juicy Fruit)

This CEO shares how she stays grounded while traveling for her Minted, an online home goods marketplace.
Downton Abbey: Lord Grantham's 5 Worst Management Mistakes
Business Management

Downton Abbey: Lord Grantham's 5 Worst Management Mistakes

What the world of butlers, footmen and lady's maids can teach you about management.
FTC Orders Apple to Pay a Minimum of $32.5 Million Over In-App Purchases
Legal Center

FTC Orders Apple to Pay a Minimum of $32.5 Million Over In-App Purchases

The tech company agreed to refund parents whose children made in-app purchases without their knowledge.
At Yahoo, a $42 Million Change of Heart
Leadership

At Yahoo, a $42 Million Change of Heart

Yahoo chief Marissa Mayer has given the boot to her second in command, Henrique de Castro, just a little over a year after pilfering the exec from rival Google.
How I Became a Life Coach...Sort Of
Business Management

How I Became a Life Coach...Sort Of

For years, I helped readers work through the solutions to problems they already had the answers to. Then, one day, it hit me.
How to Create an Internship Program That Works
Business Management

How to Create an Internship Program That Works

With banks and media companies being criticized for their internship programs, here are four ways interns and business owners can make the most of the internship experience.
The One Tool You Need for Success? A Mirror.
Business Management

The One Tool You Need for Success? A Mirror.

The hardest thing to do is to take an honest look at yourself, warts and all. But it is vital for the success of your business.
Why You Should Let Customers Help Mold Your Company
Business Management

Why You Should Let Customers Help Mold Your Company

Feedback could lead to valuable lessons and even new product ideas.
Plush Sentence: Beanie Babies Founder Avoids Jail Time
Legal Center

Plush Sentence: Beanie Babies Founder Avoids Jail Time

Ty Warner will avoid jail time in favor of probation and community service after having pleaded guilty to harboring funds in an offshore account.
Catchafire CEO: If I Don't Use My Time Well, My Employees Won't Either
Business Management

Catchafire CEO: If I Don't Use My Time Well, My Employees Won't Either

Rachael Chong is a busy, New York City-based social entrepreneur who has learned that setting priorities and sticking to them is her most critical mission.
Obama Picks Maria Contreras-Sweet to Lead the SBA
Business Management

Obama Picks Maria Contreras-Sweet to Lead the SBA

Maria Contreras-Sweet, the founder of ProAmerica Bank, is the White House's pick as head of the government's Small Business Administration.
Payroll, Meet Accounting: ZenPayroll and FreshBooks Join Forces
Business Management

Payroll, Meet Accounting: ZenPayroll and FreshBooks Join Forces

Payroll service ZenPayroll and cloud accounting software company FreshBooks are combining their services in a move that could help small-business owners.
Turn Around Your Business in 5 Steps
Business Management

Turn Around Your Business in 5 Steps

As an entrepreneur you are going to face your fair share of challenges, some more dire than others. When times get tough, you are going to need to turnaround your business, develop a pivot strategy and get your company back on track. Here is how.
How Business Travel Can Be a Danger to Your Health
Business Management

How Business Travel Can Be a Danger to Your Health

Flying worldwide can often help build your business, but it also can affect your health in a number of negative ways.
More Bad News for Patent Trolls
Legal Center

More Bad News for Patent Trolls

On Monday, both the Supreme Court and New York State took a crack at trolling.
Time Warner Cable Says No Thanks to Charter's $61 Billion Bid
Business Management

Time Warner Cable Says No Thanks to Charter's $61 Billion Bid

Charter Communications hoped to purchase Time Warner Cable for $61.3 billion, or $132.50 a share, but the 'grossly inadequate' bid was rejected.
The Anti-Main-Street President
Business Management

The Anti-Main-Street President

Most of this administration's policies have been hostile to the interests of Main Street business owners, particularly those running labor-intensive businesses with low-wage employees.
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