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Go beyond the typical tie or bottle of scotch and try one of these suggestions instead.
Get ready to delegate, over-communicate and get the rest you need.
Avoid the 'shivers' that come from thinking about your overstuffed inbox and reclaim lost work time.
Here are a few ways to give your customers some 'change' for their dollar.
Adjusting to growth - and success - isn't easy. We talked to the founder of Adafruit Industries on keeping a company grounded.
Painstaking cultivation of brand and reputation can be undone in a digital instant but a sound public relations plan will protect both while growing your business.
Being a small-business owner often requires superhuman levels of efficiency. Here's a slate of productivity tips from leading entrepreneurs around the country.
The backpack-like bulletproof shield may represent one of the most tragically apropos inventions of our time.
An edgy apparel line has become empowerment platform, especially for female business owners.
The movie is 30 years old, but the business principles underlying it are timeless. Really.
The world of big data will balloon in years to come.
While these attributes will not translate into automatic success, they sure can help.
The co-founders of this tea mixer company talk mentors, starting up and marketing a product that's the first of its kind.
There are some habits that seem to permeate the most reputable entrepreneurs. Here are some of their practices for ultimate success.
This digital design agency brings the concept of cool startup spaces to a whole new level.
It can be as simple as thinking about the word differently or changing your focus.
Our College Entrepreneur of 2012 explains how he juggles school and his company.
We need ego to be confident in our decisions, especially when pushing our businesses forward.
While the initiative marks a brand new foray for Airbnb, it is not the first company to the communal dining party.
Want to work harder and better than before? Relax and don't think about work for 24 hours. Really.
Remove the clutter and write with substance by dropping these words from your vocabulary.
Entrepreneurs are natural control freaks who love change and want it done yesterday. That isn't so helpful for building a business.
From revolutionizing the way we manage email to curing cancer, the ambitions of the most recent group of Thiel Fellows belie their youth.
We've come a long way since the start of President Bill Clinton's first term, plaid shirts and grunge.
The world, and your industry, are bigger than your address book. Conferences are a chance to learn more and maybe get the break you're ready for.