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Two Women Entrepreneurs Share the Hardest Part of Growing Fast
Growth Strategies

Two Women Entrepreneurs Share the Hardest Part of Growing Fast

Bottle & Bottega business partners Stephanie King-Myers and Nancy Bigley discuss the challenges of scaling a business quickly.
10 Leaders Who Overcame Scandal -- A Playbook for Anthony Weiner
Leadership

10 Leaders Who Overcame Scandal -- A Playbook for Anthony Weiner

We round up noteworthy politicians, entrepreneurs and business leaders who survived (and thrived) after public scandals.
The Ethics Coach on Dealing With Backstabbing
Business Management

The Ethics Coach on Dealing With Backstabbing

What to do when someone you trust betrays you and how to address a competitor who cops to unethical behavior.
10 of the Best Airport Gyms in the World
Business Travel

10 of the Best Airport Gyms in the World

Rather than snacking in the airport bar while waiting for your flight, use the time as an opportunity for fitness.
Management & Operations

Arctic Melting Won't Kill Your Business

You may have read that the recent acceleration of Arctic melting will lead to $60 trillion in global economic losses. Don't believe it.
Brace for a Bumpy Road Ahead, Obamacare Rollout Expected to Be Patchy
Human Resources

Brace for a Bumpy Road Ahead, Obamacare Rollout Expected to Be Patchy

Small-business owners will soon be able to enroll for health insurance on new, online marketplaces. Health-care experts weigh in on how that process might look.
Is the U.S. Too Hungry for Foreign Workers?
Hiring Center

Is the U.S. Too Hungry for Foreign Workers?

Companies may be overstating their need to tap foreign workers for specialized jobs in the United States, according to new data from Bright.com.
Leadership

When Overconfidence Backfires

A certain brashness has correlations to success. But how much is too much?
3 Annoying Online Communication Habits You Need to Break
Business Management

3 Annoying Online Communication Habits You Need to Break

You're tweeting, posting, emailing and texting like mad. But are you driving your audience crazy? Possibly, if you're doing these three things.
Business Owners More Optimistic About U.S. Economy
Management & Operations

Business Owners More Optimistic About U.S. Economy

The latest survey of private-company executives by PricewaterhouseCoopers shows that almost two-thirds of U.S. business owners consider the U.S. economy growing.
Business Travel

7 Essential Tools for Working on the Road

The modern office is wherever you happen to be. Here's how to take your work with you and seven tools to help you get it done.
Six Flags as Regulator: Why It Matters
Management & Operations

Six Flags as Regulator: Why It Matters

In a single move, Six Flags Entertainment could usher in a new era of smart regulation or set the free markets back decades.
Obamacare Answers a Few Clicks Away
Compensation and Benefits

Obamacare Answers a Few Clicks Away

The new healthcare reforms can be confusing. Here are a few resources to get you the guidance you need.
Human Resources

When Are Pay-to-Stay Bonuses a Good Idea?

Cisco's deal to acquire Sourcefire includes retention bonuses for key executives. Is it worth paying your top employees to stay?
Top 3 Candidates to Lead the U.S. Small Business Administration
Leadership

Top 3 Candidates to Lead the U.S. Small Business Administration

Karen Mills announced last week that she will be leaving her post at the helm of the SBA. Here's a look at potential candidates to replace her.
Who Cares About Costs? Here's How to Structure Your Business to Last
Growth Strategies

Who Cares About Costs? Here's How to Structure Your Business to Last

Many companies are too concerned with costs and operate shortsightedly. But a business who measures growth and progress in years, not months, is a much easier ship to steer.
Leadership

In Defense of the Revolving Door

Is Robert Khuzami's move from the SEC to Kirkland & Ellis such a bad move for government or the private sector?
Doctors Skeptical and Confused About Obamacare, Survey Finds
Business Management

Doctors Skeptical and Confused About Obamacare, Survey Finds

Many physicians admit that they are not familiar with a number of important aspects of the Affordable Care Act.
Modern Dad? Prince William to Take Two Weeks of Paternity Leave
Human Resources

Modern Dad? Prince William to Take Two Weeks of Paternity Leave

As more businesses expand paid time off for families, our male readers express a range of opinions on how much time to take.
International Online Shopping Expected to Almost Triple in Next 5 Years
Shipping Center

International Online Shopping Expected to Almost Triple in Next 5 Years

Consumers are increasingly looking to buy goods across international borders, both to save money and to gain access to a greater variety of items.
3 Ways You're Derailing Your Employees' Productivity
Human Resources

3 Ways You're Derailing Your Employees' Productivity

Often times you are the the reason your team isn't getting as much done as you'd like. Here are three ways you might be unknowingly making them less productive at their jobs.
5 Ways to Find, Train and Oversee the Ideal Intern
Business Management

5 Ways to Find, Train and Oversee the Ideal Intern

Wrangling summer interns can be an adjustment. Consider these five tips on ways to make the process more productive and efficient.
Leadership

Owning Your Mistakes and 4 More Business Tips From the Week

Read how to lead by example when you fail, how to benefit from stress, how to reinvigorate your team during the summer and more.
8 Ways Hotel Room Service Is Changing
Business Travel

8 Ways Hotel Room Service Is Changing

Hotels have created some unique alternatives to the traditional $40 scrambled eggs in bed. Here's what to expect when you're on the road.
How to Launch an Ethical Brand After the Rana Plaza Tragedy
Business Management

How to Launch an Ethical Brand After the Rana Plaza Tragedy

The Bangladesh garment-factory collapse has only increased consumers' interest in shopping ethically. See how retailers -- large and small -- are responding.
SBA Chief Karen Mills Leaving With No Replacement Named
Business Management

SBA Chief Karen Mills Leaving With No Replacement Named

Five months after announcing her resignation and without a successor lined up, Mills says she's leaving next month.
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