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When Larger Rivals Come for Your Business, Use These 6 Tactics to Stay Ahead

For smaller businesses facing off with larger rivals, your counter strategies spring from your value proposition and company culture.

4 Employee Benefits Better Than Ping-Pong Tables and Free Food

Ping-pong tables are fun, all right, but they don't provide a lasting impact on employees' lives. But health and financial benefits do.

5 Fundamental Tactics for Making Your First 6 Figures, No Matter What Industry You're In

Whatever your service or product, there are only so many ways to connect, build trust and make that all-important first sale.

6 Tips for Doing International Business

These simple steps can help you get everything in line for your next -- or first -- international business venture.

Sarah Landrum

Are You Craving Community for Your Customers? Here Are the Tools You'll Need.

Cultivating a feeling of 'community' is crucial to any company's success.Without it, customers will just shop somewhere else.

AJ Agrawal

3 Signs the Best Move for Your Business Is to Hire Somebody Else to Run It

The fact that everybody knows the same few hugely successful founder/CEOs indicates how few founders succeed big-time as CEO of their own company.

Dave Shah

She Built Her Startup With No Money or Team. How the CEO of Piazza Did It.

Pooja Sankar gave new meaning to the word 'scrappy' as she built her online question-and-answer forum.

Is Remote Work Taking a Psychological Toll on Your External Workers? Researchers Say Yes.

France addressed this problem by passing "right-to-disconnect" provisions. Will our country follow suit?

Ryan Bonnici

8 Books Every Manager Should Read to Become a Better Leader

There's a worthwhile book out there for whatever you need to move forward on your leadership journey.

John Boitnott

To Make Conscious Capitalism Work for Your Small Business, Use the AID Approach

Creating a win-win for people, profit and planet doesn't have to be too difficult if you take the AID approach: align, integrate and donate.

Drew Kossoff

How Small Businesses Are Solving Big Business Challenges

Small businesses are known to be flexible when it comes time to adapt to change.

Troy Dye