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Having continued success means not flinching every time things go wrong.
Ridesharing startups Uber and Lyft are working to bridge the 'insurance gap' with updated protection policies for their drivers.
Ivy League schools, top doctors and rock stars provide a lesson for your business.
Facebook is rolling out a streamlined version of its Pages feature that will allow administrators to keep an eye on the social performance of competing businesses.
Cerberus Capital Management, which already owns grocery chain Albertsons, will purchase the 1,600-store Safeway chain.
The College Board plans to overhaul the college admission test, hoping to change the face of the test prep industry.
Uber adds to its string of recent PR disasters with a report that the company created artificial surge pricing conditions by keeping some of its drivers off the road.
Want to get an edge on your competition? Follow this guide on keeping tabs on your competitors in the digital realm.
If you are guilty of any of the leadership blunders mentioned below, mend your ways or prepare for costly turnovers.
When you're first starting out, you need to build your reputation. Here's how to increase your chances in landing your first few gigs.
Competition gets us fired up -- sometimes with entertaining results.
Quitting your job to launch your own business can be a hard pill for your company to swallow, particularly if your company is in the same industry. Here's some advice.
A Harvard behavioral scientist says a relationship with a brand is a lot like a romantic relationship. Straying is invigorating, but brings back feelings for a favored brand even stronger.
With the continuous stream of startups popping up in every industry, it is important to keep tabs on what rivals are doing. Here are a few ways to keep track of your competitors online.
Within the Bitcoin community, there are recent reports of a 'massive banning campaign' by PayPal against merchants selling anything related to the cryptocurrency.
You need a strategy to get ahead in business. Knowing yourself and your 'enemies' is important.
A Bruster's store gets a prizewinning makeover.
Thinking that you have to annihilate your competitors to dominate your industry may not be the best approach to scale your company. Here is why.
Employees at car service Uber ordered -- and then canceled -- over 100 cars from a New York competitor called Gett and then attempted to poach its drivers.
To ring in the New Year, small businesses need to start off on the right foot. Here are the most effective ways new technologies can help small businesses punch above their weight class and increase profits in 2014.
Entrepreneurs often view competitors as their arch enemy, but often rivals will make their own startup stronger. Here is five reasons why.
Entrepreneurs Andy Medley and Scott Hill built their Indianapolis marketing and promotions firm PERQ by nurturing office culture, sometimes to a fault. Employees still have fun, but their focus these days is on winning at business.
As US Airways and American Airlines merge to become the largest airline in the world, questions about further industry consolidation and changing standards remain.
People still love coupons, but these days it's increasingly hard to stand out with your offer. Here are fives ways to get customers to take notice of your brand and start buying.
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.
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