American Apparel Founder Dov Charney Is 'Suing Everyone'
With supposedly only $100,000 in his bank account, majority shareholder Charney told a reporter he is going after all those who did him wrong.
7 Ways to Get People to Believe, Like and Respect You
These timeless practices can be the cornerstone of your everyday reperatoire.
Conflict Among Team Members Can Lead to Better Results
Don't fear workplace disagreements. Instead frankly discuss the differences. Let all be heard. Work it through. The company can grow from it.
How to Handle 'You're Young Enough to Be My Kid'
With more millennials in the workforce, tensions between generations are inevitable. How can young leaders take charge and be taken seriously?
Are You Getting Your Money's Worth From Disagreements?
Consider how to truly listen to another colleague. You'll arrive at better discussions, decisions and results.
Great CEOs Deal With 'Elephants' First
It's easier and more pleasant to deal only with the positive, fun stuff. But leaders should tackle the tough problems and critical conflicts.
Stave Off Discontent and Conflict Among Your Staff
Adopt a proactive approach with these eight tips.
Lululemon Founder Chip Wilson Will Not Take on the Company's Board
Instead, he will sell half his shares to a private-equity firm.
6 Secrets for Creating Fierce Employee and Customer Loyalty
Employees are on strike at New England's Market Basket to win back their old CEO. Here's why they care so much and what entrepreneurs can learn from this grocery chain.
Market Basket's Family Feud Risks a Loss of Its Loyal Following
Happy employees and great prices lead to devoted customers, or so the theory goes. A New England supermarket chain may sacrifice all this in a battle of cousins.
5 Things to Consider When Hiring Friends
Personal and business relationships are unpredictable. When you combine the two, you get unpredictable squared.
3 Reasons You Should Have Difficult Conversations Now
When a conflict arises you may want to run away from it. However, running toward the conflict is usually the best solution.
The Art of Having a Productive Argument
Learn to articulate what you want, spend time listening and try to understand the other side. And experiment with these seven steps.
Ever Had a Boss Who Seemingly Thrived on Endless Chaos?
Erratic leaders, who mandate frequent deadlines but constantly change course, net few results save for finger-pointing.
Icahn Blasts eBay Board Members' Conduct in Open Letter
The billionaire investor says Marc Andreessen and Scott Cook have both acted in their own interest at the expense of the company's shareholders.