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Why an Entrepreneur's Ability to Innovate Will Make (or Break) Future Success

If you're still early in your entrepreneurship career, it's essential to start developing an innovative mindset right away.

Robert Finlay

Here's When Your Elementary Schooler May Be Able to Get Their Covid Vaccine

After approval from the FDA's vaccine-advisory board, the option could be on the table as soon as next week.

Kenny Herzog

'Think Different' Like Steve Jobs If You Want to Make Your Mark on the World

In a world where it is so easy to follow the herd, Steve Jobs did the opposite -- and you can too.

Jaxon Parrott

A Vertical Computer Monitor Just Might Help You See the Big Picture

If you're reading on your computer or programming all day, a vertical monitor might actually make more sense for your workflow.

Chyelle Dvorak

Is Intrapreneurship the Solution for Unhappy Employees and Behind-the-Times Businesses?

Intrapreneurship is an old concept, but it's yet to make its way into many company cultures.

The Pace of Technological Change Is Faster Than Ever Before. Or Is It?

It's not technology that is changing so quickly, but rather the way we use it that is transforming our relationship with work.

Todd Hirsch

Truancy Is a Growing Problem. It's Also an Opportunity for Business Innovation.

Schools need more help than ever after nationwide closings trained students to stay away.

Louis Camassa

Pfizer and BioNTech SE Submit Data on Covid Vaccine for Kids 5-11 to FDA; Emergency Use Authorization Could Come By Halloween

The pharmaceutical companies are confident they're one step closer to making vaccination an option for millions of younger children.

Kenny Herzog

3 Reasons Why the Midwest Will Excel in American Defense Innovation

Innovators and entrepreneurs in the region are advancing national security.

Mike Seper

Top 5 Intellectual-Property Challenges Businesses Face

Having a strong intellectual property (IP) portfolio and strategy helps improve your brand value in the market.