Business Management

5 Simple Steps to Be a Super-Confident Leader
Leadership

5 Simple Steps to Be a Super-Confident Leader

In business, confidence is key. Follow these tips to be stronger and more certain of your own capabilities.
How to Design Your Way into Customers' Hearts
Branding

How to Design Your Way into Customers' Hearts

Lessons from a landscape architecture firm on how to build a brand that's mindful of the customer experience.
This Mega Deal Means Carl's Jr. and Hardee's Are Now in the Same Family as Arby's, Auntie Anne's and Cinnabon
Franchises

This Mega Deal Means Carl's Jr. and Hardee's Are Now in the Same Family as Arby's, Auntie Anne's and Cinnabon

Roark Capital Group will acquire CKE Inc., the parent company of Carl's Jr. and Hardee's, adding to its extensive franchise brand portfolio, which includes Wingstop, Carvel Ice Cream and Arby's.
How to Place Your Bets When Making Risky Business Decisions
Growth Strategies

How to Place Your Bets When Making Risky Business Decisions

Your whole business could be on the line with a single decision. Here are three steps to make the decision-making process less daunting.
5 Ways to Keep Customers Knocking on Your Door For More
Branding

5 Ways to Keep Customers Knocking on Your Door For More

Two investment bankers turned jewelry retailers offer five lessons on how to build customer loyalty for your retail business.
9 Ways to Beat the Competition By Selling Less
Growth Strategies

9 Ways to Beat the Competition By Selling Less

Prospective customers can spot old-school sales tactics from a mile away. Here are nine ways to stand out from your competition by being less of a salesperson.
How to Transform Your Passion into a Successful Business
Growth Strategies

How to Transform Your Passion into a Successful Business

Starting a new business is an emotional roller coaster. That's why it helps to make a living out of what you love. Here's how to get there.
There Is No 'I' in Startup: The Importance of Having a Solid Team
Starting a Business

There Is No 'I' in Startup: The Importance of Having a Solid Team

For our series College Treps, Eric Muli opens up about why having an amazing team is a must for any entrepreneur wanting to scale their startup.
Why Leaders Don't Behave the Way They Should
Business Management

Why Leaders Don't Behave the Way They Should

We are creatures of evolution. That's why taking a calm, measured approach to management is always easier said than done.
Why It's Harder For Women to Raise VC Funds
Business Management

Why It's Harder For Women to Raise VC Funds

The glass ceiling is still very much intact, but entrepreneurs and VCs have the power to close the gender gap. Here's how.
Should You Fire an Employee Who Lies?
Business Management

Should You Fire an Employee Who Lies?

5 factors to consider before handing over a pink slip because of a white lie.
What Kind of Entrepreneur Are You?
Growth Strategies

What Kind of Entrepreneur Are You?

These four entrepreneur types can help you determine which qualities most drive your entrepreneurial spirit and what that means for your business.
Global Startup Trend for 2014: Consider Brazil
Starting a Business

Global Startup Trend for 2014: Consider Brazil

With global events, a rising middle class and major investment opportunities, all eyes are on Brazil.
Fashion Trend for 2014: Country Couture on the Rise
Growth Strategies

Fashion Trend for 2014: Country Couture on the Rise

Country music's crossover appeal is spurring interest in western apparel.
Ecommerce Trend for 2014: Buying Into the Subscription Service Model
Shipping Center

Ecommerce Trend for 2014: Buying Into the Subscription Service Model

Companies like Birchbox and Bitters + Bottles illustrate the benefits of subscription services: recurring revenue and deep customer relationships.
Food and Beverage Trend for 2014: The Rise of Craft Distilleries
Growth Strategies

Food and Beverage Trend for 2014: The Rise of Craft Distilleries

First came the craft brewing trend, and now craft distilleries are churning out premium hooch.
3 Things Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Kindergarteners
Startup Basics

3 Things Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Kindergarteners

Don't over-think it: Embrace your inner 5-year-old and go with your gut.
5 Habits of Productivity App Super Users
Productivity

5 Habits of Productivity App Super Users

Productivity apps are useless if they sit on your smartphone untouched. Here's how people who consistently get more done use their apps.
Why the U.S. Economy Needs Small Businesses to Hire More
Business Management

Why the U.S. Economy Needs Small Businesses to Hire More

A strong team isn't just the key to your company's success. It's the key to growing the small-business economy.
How to Score an Advisor When Your Startup Has No Money
Growth Strategies

How to Score an Advisor When Your Startup Has No Money

Getting the right advisor early-on can be the difference between scoring investors and losing them.
Business Travel

Ace Hotel Co-Founder Alex Calderwood Has Died

The public face for his line of hip hotels, Calderwood was 47.
Can McDonald's Speed Up Drive-Thru With Third Window?
Franchises

Can McDonald's Speed Up Drive-Thru With Third Window?

McDonald's is reportedly trying out a new solution to their drive-thru problem. The catch: it probably won't speed up your wait.
Business Travel

Europe Approves 3G and LTE Broadband on Flights

The European Commission has granted airlines permission to offer passengers 3G and LTE networks in flight.
Keep Your Promises and Other Must-Read Business Tips
Leadership

Keep Your Promises and Other Must-Read Business Tips

A look at how to be a better leader, communicate with potential clients, keep your customers happy and more advice for business owners.
What a Light Packer Packs in His Carry-On
Business Travel

What a Light Packer Packs in His Carry-On

Andrew Chrisomalis, the CEO of TY KU Sake & Spirits, has turned light packing into an art. Here are the essentials he brings with him on the plane.
Focus on Passion, Not Labels
Business Management

Focus on Passion, Not Labels

I have started, managed and guided a range of businesses. But I never considered myself an entrepreneur. Why? Because I never got caught up in labels.
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