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Lunches for low-income students weren't an easy sell to investors, initially, but the results and the social good eventually became a major selling point.
Silicon Valleys greatest advances came through collaboration - making serendipitous encounters critical.
Workers increasingly want the option to work from home, or wherever, and the savings for the company are substantial.
Boosting pay and offering more attractive alternative benefits could help companies deal with ever-rising health insurance premiums.
Paying dues doesn't always lead to career success, according to Shane Snow's new book.
Nothing is coming out right, and you cant seem to figure out what to do. It happens to every creative professional, but it doesnt have to stop your work.
Whatever you thought about shopping cart abandonment, think again.
Business leaders should maintain strategic vision and leave tending to the details to their managers.
The five key areas buyers are interested in when looking at a potential company to acquire.
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Your employees can make or break you, no matter how big your company is.
Earning customer loyalty is an uphill battle, but it is always worth the effort.
Knowing how to work with your mentor can make a huge difference in your success, so keep these seven tips in mind.
Companies are innovating by giving their employees more ongoing and supportive feedback to foster better results. Think of it as workplace coaching.
It's easier and more pleasant to deal only with the positive, fun stuff. But leaders should tackle the tough problems and critical conflicts.
Before ecommerce's big day, retailers have much to do, from checking design features to prepping for traffic.
How much would you pay for a good belly laugh? At this Spanish theater, each one will set you back about 38 cents.
Working in a collaborative space? Don't just hunker down and get to work. Meet people and grow your business.
Maybe Seinfeld's infamous "soup Nazi" knew a little something about entrepreneurship.
Even a little bit of exercise can have a big impact, both on peoples health and on employers' costs.
Assembling your products outside of the U.S. can be a lot like driving blindfolded. But it doesn't have to be. Not if you steer clear of this all too common pitfall. Take it from the 'Queen of QVC.'
Begin with a lean document that can guide your company's efforts internally. Add to it later on if investors or bankers need more details.
Electronic records and online patient portals can boost efficiency and even spur more business.
Actively encourage risk taking within your company by using core values, positive pressure, hiring processes and storytelling.
A change in focus can lead to great things by bringing in new customers or providing a much need kick in the pants.
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