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This Is How You Become the Michael Jordan of What Matters to You

Learn how to set the bar high from a man who is driven to be number one.

Marty Fukuda

Obama Pokes Fun at Bill Gates as He Awards Him Presidential Medal of Freedom

The Microsoft co-founder and wife Melinda were honored for their significant philanthropic work.

Nina Zipkin

Judge Blocks Obama Rule Extending Overtime Pay to 4.2 Million Workers

It was expected to touch nearly every sector of the U.S. economy and have the greatest impact on nonprofit groups, retail companies, hotels and restaurants.

Reuters

Election-Year Email Troubles Are a Warning for Business Leaders

For business leaders, the harsh reality is that the email hacking is not a headache just for politicians.

Varun Mehta

Obama Administration Rolls Out Rules on Paid Sick Leave, Pay Data

U.S. Labor Secretary Thomas Perez told reporters in a phone call that the sick leave rule would directly affect more than 1.1 million workers.

Reuters

Brain Break: Bad Lip Reading Takes on Hillary and the Democrats

Will hearing nonsense come out of the mouths of famous people ever get old? We don't think so.

Coding in the Classroom: Learning the Future Language of Business

Speaking more than one language may help land you a job. Knowing code almost guarantees one.

Vassil Terziev

Mark Zuckerberg: 'Entrepreneurship Is About Creating Change, Not Just Creating Companies'

The Facebook founder spoke with President Barack Obama at the 2016 Global Entrepreneurship Summit.

Nina Zipkin

Daymond John Takes Over Weekly White House Email

'The challenges I faced and the journey I took mirror the potential of millions of young entrepreneurs here and around the world,' he wrote.

The Bedtime Routines of 4 Exceptionally Successful People

From Bill Gates to Barack Obama, here's an eye-opening peek at how some of the most famous and accomplished people of our time hit the sack.

'Hamilton' Sets Record with 16 Tony Nominations

Check out the star's freestyle performance at the White House.

Nina Zipkin

Malia Obama Will Take a Gap Year, Then Head to Harvard

The 17-year-old daughter of the president will concentrate on finishing her high school final exams before considering how to spend her gap year.

Reuters