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He's a tech darling turned high-profile spokesman for diversity in Silicon Valley. But to truly succeed, he's rethinking everything.
This entrepreneur opens up about how a Def Jam jacket given to him by Russell Simmons inspired him to start his own company.
Please stop using these words.
Too many companies focus on quickly filling a position with a candidate who can do the job, or subconsciously hire people who reflect the makeup of the team
Every business wants its community's support. These two Buffalo Wild Wings owners earned it by supporting their community first.
How lowering expectations and downplaying its own technology helped a cutting-edge company reach a whole new customer.
The industry is at a place where you can't just excel at one or two things. You have to be good at everything.
After 10 years of growing his business, an entrepreneur decides to let it all go.
The sound of silence is not one you'll hear at this speaker and consumer-electronic startup.
These owners share how their franchise thrived in an industry with strict safety regulations (and nervous parents).
From giving gifts to increasing offerings, here are some ways to keep customers coming back.
When Dogfish Head created a hit beer, it did what seemed crazy at the time: It turned down sales.
SoulCycle CEO Melanie Whelan talks about perfecting the customer experience, harnessing your team's talent and chasing a certain former president.
Here is how to use technology to keep you focused.
Two entrepreneurs from different schools of thought explain the reasoning behind their email-management methods.
The 'Shark Tank' star shares why it is so important to break down the office walls to open up the communication flow.
By meticulously compartmentalizing his workweek, an entrepreneur is able to be more present at work and home.
Former journalist Dan Lyons opens up about the extreme jargon culture at HubSpot, what it taught him and how he became sane.
While international franchising opportunities are booming, franchisors must make adjustments.
A growing movement of experts are stepping up to help businesspeople speak like, well, people.
Founders are ideas people -- but can be easily distracted by too many ideas. Resist the urge.
It's technically against Wikipedia's rules. But that hasn't stopped this underground marketplace from thriving.
A great product is a problem heard and solved, followed by user feedback heard and integrated.