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Things go wrong. It happens. When they do, though, use it as an opportunity to earn trust.
Equity crowdfunding company Circle Up announces a partnership with the behemoth Johnson & Johnson.
If Navy SEALs training teaches you anything, it's that you need every advantage you can get to be elite.
Staples and crowdfunding site Fundable have teamed up to launch a contest for entrepreneurs.
It's important to think about all site categories -- visual, bookmarking, Q&A, forums and more -- when seeking new traffic sources.
Why being open with all your employees will help your company grow.
You don't need to pack up and move to northern California to find inspiration. Take these cues to build a community in your location.
Theater techniques can teach startups a thing or two about developing an openness to new ideas.
Media coverage can greatly benefit your company. Use these four strategies to up your chances of being written about.
The co-founder of a men's fashion site says it's possible for startups to deliver world-class service on a stringent budget.
Productivity expert Jason Womack explains why limiting your emails to one topic will result in faster responses.
Looking purely at the mechanics of how we communicate in the real world, it's easy to see why it doesn't work so well in the virtual one.
Connecting customers with each other to discuss common challenges builds tight bonds with you.
The beloved shapewear company expands with a collection of skinny jeans.
The San Francisco-based peer-to-peer ridesharing app has suffered a few setbacks in its launch into the New York City market. Here's what other entrepreneurs can learn from Lyft's Big Apple rollout.
Meetings with big decision-makers can be hard to come by, so get your software in the hands of employees and hope they spread the word.
Even today new inventions don't always involve harnessing high technology. The smallest idea can inspire a transformative product.
Employees are on strike at New England's Market Basket to win back their old CEO. Here's why they care so much and what entrepreneurs can learn from this grocery chain.
Certain questions during interviews with prospective employees can land you in trouble. Here's what you should be doing.
Give your company the time it needs to make important business changes pay off.
With the landscape rapidly changing for regulation of pot in various states, employers must be sure their guidelines keep pace.
Hiring your own children can have a ton of advantages, provided you do it right.
Want your content to stand out in the sea of blogs? Here are 26 ideas to get you started.
Candidates can shine not just by presenting descriptive data like a resume of accomplishments but predictive data such as plan to solve problems for a prospective employer.
Steer the company in new directions without alienating the traditional customer base or losing sight of the core mission.
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