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Nearly Half of All Cell Phone Calls Will Be Scam Calls in 2019, Report Says

Here's how to (try to) block them so they stop interrupting your grind.

This Company Hosts Virtual Dance Parties to Help Its 170 Remote Employees Feel Connected

Zapier uses its own technology, among other strategies, to build tools and traditions in the name of collaboration.

How LaurDIY Went From Dorm Room Blogger to YouTube Star With 8.4 Million Subscribers

YouTube's queen of crafty tutorials, who has recently launched products at Target, Amazon and other major retailers, connects with fans by sharing intimate details of her personal life.

How These Co-Founders Balanced Growing Families With an Unexpectedly Fast-Growing Company

One co-founder was pregnant and the other was breastfeeding when Revolution Foods entered a new market and got more than twice as much business as planned.

Everything You Need to Know About Instagram's New Shopping Features

The app is giving influencers and brands new channels on which consumers can discover them.

CEOs Are Leaving Their Jobs -- and Women Are Filling Those Vacant Roles -- at a Higher Rate Than Usual

Of the chief executives who have stepped down this year, 22 percent of those lined up to replace them are women.

Don't Understand Blockchain? It Can Work for You Anyway, This Founder Says.

Blockchain is just a technology to make things more efficient, explains Sagewise co-founder and CEO Amy Wan.

With This Company's New Tool, You Can Run a Free Background Check on Yourself

Checkr sells AI-powered background check software to companies. Now, it's giving job candidates a glimpse into what potential employers might see.

Freelancers Will Soon Be Able to Buy Short-Term Disability Insurance Through This Startup

Sara Horowitz, also the founder of Freelancers Union, explains why a safety net for freelancers starts with her new company, Trupo.

How to Fight the Gender Pay Gap as a Self-Employed Woman -- and Maximize Your Income

Biases exist regardless of whether you work as a full-time employee or a contractor. Here's how to take control of your earnings.

Cynthia Nixon Has a Corporation, and That's Totally Normal for Professionals Like Her

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo brought up Nixon's corporation as a means of insinuating that she accepts corporate campaign donations.

Cynthia Nixon's Thermostat Request Is One Many Working Women Can Relate to

The New York gubernatorial candidate's team asked that the room for tonight's debate against sitting governor Andrew Cuomo be set at 76 degrees.