News and Articles About Humor
The cardinal sin of marketing is to be easily ignored. This strange advertising campaign is funny and simply can't be overlooked or forgotten.
When times get tough, it's important to see the humor in things. Every entrepreneur should know these bits of wisdom.
We have little control over what life throws at us but how we respond to it is our choice.
Content that's laughed at is shared more often and is more memorable than "straight" messaging. Here's how to add a touch of humor will help to capture your target's attention.
"Folks," says an actor portraying Apple CEO Tim Cook in a new spoof by Funny or Die, "we got a lot of fun stuff were gonna buy."
While it's not yet clear if and how Colbert will repurpose his Comedy Central-bred persona for network TV, he is bound to make 'The Late Show' all his own.
Follow these tips and you'll be laughing all the way to the bank.
Bitstrips' CEO Jacob Blackstock talks about the company's soaring growth and plans for 2014.
Select from the following answers for a rallying cry you can apply to any business challenge.
Your game is being an entrepreneur. And here are your badges.
You may be the funniest person in the room, but keep these three tips in mind when using humor in the workplace.
While retail sites like Warby Parker and Mr Porter are successfully blending discovery with good design, they're missing one key ingredient: humor. Here's a case for why retail sites should be funny.
Three tips to build a business that has staying power and remains relevant through the years.
Shall we learn from Tiger and Favre? Take our six-point quiz to avoid a messy mishap.