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More People Opt to Use Cellular Data in Lieu of Broadband
Internet

More People Opt to Use Cellular Data in Lieu of Broadband

In 2013, 70 percent of Americans had home broadband, according to a Pew study of more than 6,000 American adults. This year, only 67 percent did.
Kif Leswing
Your Co-Workers Are Watching. Are You Faking It to Take a Sick Day?
Health

Your Co-Workers Are Watching. Are You Faking It to Take a Sick Day?

Most people admit in a survey that they don't think their co-workers are telling the truth when they call in sick.
Deborah Mitchell
There's a Disconnect Between Managers and Employees on This Subject (Infographic)
Feedback

There's a Disconnect Between Managers and Employees on This Subject (Infographic)

A new study shed light on a major frustration among workers.
Who Did Americans Pick as Their Favorite TV Boss?
Bosses

Who Did Americans Pick as Their Favorite TV Boss?

What makes a great boss? A recent survey listed the characters that people want to work for.
Deborah Mitchell
Stop Interrogating Your Customers and Start Listening to What They're Actually Saying
Consumer Sentiment

Stop Interrogating Your Customers and Start Listening to What They're Actually Saying

To get accurate consumer feedback, it's time to look beyond the traditional survey.
John Sperry
Stop Wasting Time, Especially When It Comes to Social Media
Control What You Can

Stop Wasting Time, Especially When It Comes to Social Media

Just think about how quickly hours go by when you read through Facebook posts. And that's just one social-media platform. As entrepreneurs, we don't have time to waste.
Deborah Mitchell
SurveyMonkey Expands Business Into Paid Analytic Services
Analytics

SurveyMonkey Expands Business Into Paid Analytic Services

The idea is to help companies better understand their customers.
Recent Survey Provides a Great Look at Today's Entrepreneur [Infographic]
Ready To Launch

Recent Survey Provides a Great Look at Today's Entrepreneur [Infographic]

Just who is starting businesses in the U.S., and what makes them tick?
David Nilssen
Americans Rank This as the No. 1 Skill to Get Ahead in Life
Communication

Americans Rank This as the No. 1 Skill to Get Ahead in Life

The most important skill for children to get ahead in the world today isn't reading, math or science, according to a new survey.
Laura Entis
We Need to Stop Blaming Social Media For Stressing Us Out
Stress

We Need to Stop Blaming Social Media For Stressing Us Out

Our accusations may be misplaced, according to a new Pew study.
Laura Entis
Money Really Does Buy Happiness, According to New AARP Study
Financial Security

Money Really Does Buy Happiness, According to New AARP Study

Achieving financial security was more important to respondents than building stronger relationships, cultivating meaning and purpose, and having more time in the day.
Geoff Weiss
Don't Boil the Ocean and Other Best Practices for Marketers to Embrace Storytelling
Content Marketing

Don't Boil the Ocean and Other Best Practices for Marketers to Embrace Storytelling

In a survey, executives said they want content from brands that is transparent, useful and selfless.
Ted Birkhahn
5 Steps to Building an Ambitious, Yet Credible Sales Forecast
Ready To Launch

5 Steps to Building an Ambitious, Yet Credible Sales Forecast

Satisfy potential investors by setting up a research method to estimate how many customers will be lured to make a purchase of your new product.
Peter S. Cohan
Optimism

Small Business Owners' Definition of Success Fuels Their Optimism

'There's no better place to be an entrepreneur than in the U.S.,' says the CEO of The Hartford, which recently released a survey of small businesses.
Gene Marks