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Mark Cuban: I Would Consider Being Donald Trump's VP If He Asked Me
Presidential Elections

Mark Cuban: I Would Consider Being Donald Trump's VP If He Asked Me

The tech billionaire apparently has more than just praise for Trump's presidential campaign.
Is the American Dream Dead?
American Dream

Is the American Dream Dead?

Our culture is affected by a number of factors that are eating away at what made our economy -- and us -- strong.
Steve Tobak
4 Ways Technology Has Impacted Presidential Elections
Politics

4 Ways Technology Has Impacted Presidential Elections

Over the past decade, political discussions have migrated from water coolers and dinner tables to smartphones and social media.
Zach Cutler
Small Businesses Celebrating on a Tight Budget This Year.
National Small Business Week

Small Businesses Celebrating on a Tight Budget This Year.

Entrepreneurs can be successful even in the worst of times, but let's hope they aren't forced into that position for much longer.
Susan Solovic
Warby Parker Co-Founder On the Next Generation of Social Entrepreneurship
Warby Parker

Warby Parker Co-Founder On the Next Generation of Social Entrepreneurship

Neil Blumenthal hopes the next class of change-making innovators set their targets on fixing government.
Catherine Clifford
Net Neutrality a Big Step Nearer as Congress Republicans Concede Fight
Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality a Big Step Nearer as Congress Republicans Concede Fight

No chance of overturning FCC ruling likely through new legislation due to lack of bipartisan support.
Geoffrey Smith
U.S. Eases Restrictions on Imports From Private Cuban Entrepreneurs
Cuba

U.S. Eases Restrictions on Imports From Private Cuban Entrepreneurs

The move comes as part of Washington's rapprochement with Havana after more than half a century of enmity.
The Paid Sick Leave Battle Continues, State By State
Benefits

The Paid Sick Leave Battle Continues, State By State

As the benefit gains adoption, so does a counter trend to ban local governments from instituting their own paid sick day mandates.
Claire Zillman
6 Business Issues That Could Shape the Political Debate in 2015
Politics

6 Business Issues That Could Shape the Political Debate in 2015

A breakdown of the major issues that will likely be at the center of the debate as the next presidential campaign ramps up.
Leadership Lessons to Learn from the New Republican Congress
Leadership Skills

Leadership Lessons to Learn from the New Republican Congress

Can you work with people whose views are diametrically opposed to yours?
Paul White
The Legal Issues That Could Change Franchising Forever
Franchises

The Legal Issues That Could Change Franchising Forever

Franchising has been in the hot seat in the past year, as a number of legal and political conflicts -- minimum wage, protections for frachisees and the role of franchisors in labor disputes -- have come to a head.
House Narrowly Passes Spending Bill, Averts U.S. Government Shutdown
Government Shutdown

House Narrowly Passes Spending Bill, Averts U.S. Government Shutdown

The $1.1 trillion spending bill was passed despite strenuous Democratic objections to controversial financial provisions.
A Young Mayor's Plan to Retain Tech Talent and 'Rev' Local Startup Activity
Politics

A Young Mayor's Plan to Retain Tech Talent and 'Rev' Local Startup Activity

27 year-old Mayor Svante Myrick's plan to boost Ithaca's startup ecosystem and its existing small-business community.
Tanya Benedicto Klich