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Honesty and transparency are vital for success. Don't let your customers hear from somebody else that you've sold them a work in progress.
The world-renowned astrophysicist left behind a thought-provoking legacy of wit and wisdom.
To solve the existing issues in India, they have chosen the path of entrepreneurship, and are doing exceptionally well
It's pretty infectious.
The Microsoft co-founder shines a spotlight on some of the people he admires who are making a difference.
One-time fixes and half-measures won't cut it. Company leaders must fully commit to continuous improvement, just as they do in other aspects of their businesses.
The Former Singer of Blink-182 Is Creating a Sci-Fi Disney for Millennials (and It Studies UFOs, Too)
Tom Delonge says he's partnered with top-ranking government officials and aerospace engineers for his company To The Stars.
You have to listen to your own voice.
You learned these steps in elementary school, but do you ever actually use them?
A new study says exercise leads to making your brain bigger.
Tough situations make it harder to process information -- but that's not necessarily a bad thing.
Yet another reason to get the rest that you need.
In a study, the hormone inflated the participants' perception of a stock's worth.
A new study found that participants who reported playing hours of games a week were better at a predictive task involving cue cards.