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Teaching Responsibility to Our Kids, Even When They Work for Us
The Korean Air Lines fiasco shows that family businesses have their own challenges and offers lessons in personal responsibility.
These Siblings Are Cooking Up America's First Meatless Butcher Shop
No animals were harmed in the making of Aubry and Kale Walch's smash-hit butcher biz.
An Entrepreneur's Guide to Surviving Thanksgiving Dinner
Have a plan for keeping your cool when the people who love you and don't understand what you do or why offer painfully obvious advice.
The 3 Entrepreneurial Traits Kids Should Learn for a Successful Life
Sharing values can be a great way to teach children important character tools they'll need and use for a lifetime ahead.
In Hilarious Video, Ad Agency Thanks Employees by Letting Them Do This...For, Like, a Whole Minute
This cheeky Canadian advertising agency really knows how to prioritize.
Why LinkedIn Thinks It Pays to Bring Your Parents to Work
The second annual Bring In Your Parents Day is this week. There are advantages to commuting in with Mom and Dad.
5 Potentially Dangerous Decisions to Avoid When Starting a Business
Steer clear of these minefields in laying the foundation for your newly launched firm.
Just Sticking Around for the Food? Why Company Culture Matters More Than Perks.
One CEO reports on how fostering a family atmosphere spurs productivity and flexibility among members of his team.
Meet the CEO Who Took His Teen Son to a $55 Million Funding Meeting
The CEO of a marketing and sales software company used a business trip as an opportunity to bond with his 18 year old.
There Are 8 Indispensable Elements of Real Wealth and 7 Aren't Money
There is no contradiction between realizing financial security is crucial to happiness and that money really isn't everything.