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3 Ways Owning Your Mistakes Will Make You Powerful

Nobody likes that person that always denies or casts blame.

Counteracting Copyright and Trademark Infringement Online

Take protective measures and find out how enforcement actions can provide your businesss relief.

What Happens to Your Business If You Die?

What happens when you want to retire and stop running your business? Here are a few tidbits of advice on how to keep your company growing, even when you are no longer the boss.

How Thinking Like a Hacker Will Grow Your Business

While developers are being sought out to help scale a business, many entrepreneurs could apply an engineer's mindset to help grow their own.

How to Deal With the Customer Who Isn't Right

The customer isn't always right. In some cases, they are just plain wrong. Here's what to do.

Supreme Court to Decide Whether Businesses Have Religion

A challenge to Obamacare will decide whether companies are really people, too, and can express religious values.

Have an Idea for the Cokes or Apples of the World? 6 Ways to Get Their Attention.

Pitching a product at one of these mega companies isn't as daunting as you may think.

The Balancing Act: Sharing Data Versus Guarding Trade Secrets

Companies are grappling with how to foster collaboration inside and outside the organization while protecting proprietary information.

No Cash on Hand? 3 Tips on Attracting Top Talent With Stock Options.

Entrepreneurs are frequently faced with the conundrum of how to recruit top-tier talent with little cash. To overcome this challenge, many offer stock-based compensation.

6 Qualities of Highly Successful Teams (Infographic)

A new infographic breaks down the habits of the most productive teams.

Why Growth Hacking Won't Work for Every Company

Growth hacking is a hot term in the world of startups, because if done correctly, it can quickly provide a lot of growth for a young company. That said, if done wrong, it can cause a huge headache.

3 Easy Steps for Finding the Ideal Co-Founder

Business partnerships are often compared to marriage: If you find the right match, success will ensue. Otherwise, you may be headed for disaster (and a nasty breakup).

How a Personal Assistant Can Help You Be Even More Awesome

There's a defining time in every well-maintained brand when it becomes so popular and respected that you have to ask yourself, 'Can I continue doing this alone?'

Team 'Ban Bossy' or Not: 3 Reasons Why Hiring Women In Tech Grows Business.

As of late, there has been a lot of news about female employees at startups. Here are a few reason to get women on board.

Google Hangout: Everything You Need to Know to Deliver an Amazing Presentation

Join us for an insightful discussion with author Carmine Gallo on making memorable presentations.

Why It's Time to Redesign the Way We Think About Office Space

New workplace trends include movable walls, outdoor spaces and sometimes no office at all.

Celebrating Failure: How to Make a Hit Out of Misses

While many large corporations loath failure, in the startup world it is often celebrated. When failure occurs, here is how to make the most of it.

How Doodling Can Make You More Successful

That doodling you do in meetings is far from mindless. In fact, it might make you more creative and focused.

This Mobile Fashion Marketplace Just Struck a Nifty Deal With the USPS

Poshmark's deal with the U.S. Postal Service could be what sets it apart from its growing number of competitors.

4 Ways a Small Business Can Scale to Profitability

Launching a company is only half the battle. Getting customers to buy into your vision and scaling to profitability is the real fight.

Why Americans Have Turned Against Government-Sponsored Health Insurance

The desire for the government to provide care has been waning. And that was well before the ACA took effect.

Build Your Brand by Cultivating Controversy

How to build your brand with new followers or with loyalists, by taking risks and playing with fire. After all, doesn't fortune favor the bold?

5 Hiring Lessons From March Madness

The same care and effort you take in building your bracket should be used when hiring, and similar elements should be evaluated.

Closing My First Big Deal

How one entrepreneur landed his first client for pay when other startups give away their products.

Keep Innovation Flowing as Your Startup Grows

Big companies can keep a lookout for new ideas. But managers need to listen to front-line employees.
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