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McDonald's Hires Ex-'MythBusters' Host to Address Pink Slime, Other Food Rumors
The fast-food chain is tackling rumors about pink slime, McRibs and horse meat with the help of former 'MythBusters' co-host Grant Imahara, in a new ad campaign.
When Working on Personal Goals, Competition Is Beside the Point
Comparing yourself to others is often just a distraction when it comes to achieving self-improvement. Winning isn't everything.
Work From Home
It's Time to Let Go of These 7 Work-From-Home Myths
Telecommuting is a viable option for entrepreneurs, so put these falsities to rest.
A New Challenge to Disruption Theory (and a Better Idea for Dealing With New Technology)
Controversy has erupted over an influential argument on what happens when incumbent companies are confronted by innovation.
Peter S. Cohan
The 10 Most Shockingly Untrue Entrepreneurial Myths, Exposed
Popular wisdom says if you don't quit your job right now, you'll end up miserable and poor. Don't drink the Kool-Aid.
7 Myths of Developing Mobile Apps
First-time developers should know what to expect as they attempt to build a product and gain traction.
The Myth of Working Hard vs. Working Smart
Can you get to the top without pushing yourself during long work days?
5 Stubbornly Persistent Business Myths
Everyone seems to want to give advice about how best to run your business and your life. It's time to throw out that mythology.
3 Common Facebook Myths -- Debunked
We get to the bottom of some recent business myths that are circulating the web.
Starting a Business
Indiegogo's Slava Rubin on the Myths of Entrepreneurship
The Indiegogo co-founder says anyone can be an entrepreneur and no project is too small. And, yes, it's entirely possible that one day your mom might understand what you're doing.
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