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Detroit, Seattle and Milwaukee Are Included in the 10 Best Cities for Starting a Yoga Studio

With yoga spreading to all corners of the country, online storage finder SpareFoot wondered: What are the best cities to start a yoga studio?

Al Harris

5 Stress-Relieving Daily Habits for Entrepreneurs

Exercise, green tea and nice scents are just a few simple things to try if you are stressed out.

Larry Alton

Why Your Business Needs Cash-Flow Yoga

Managing cash coming in quickly and going out slowly is key to long-term success.

Carol Roth

Pizza Hut Launches a Line of Pizza-Themed Apparel

Pizza Hut is just one of the many fast food franchises trying to attract a younger demographic with quirky merchandise.

10 Tips From a Lady Entrepreneur Extraordinaire

Elsie Escobar, a seasoned podcast star, says taking good care of yourself while staying committed to being uncomfortable are ways to stay on top of your game.

Anne Bechard

Court Puts the Bikram Hot-Yoga Empire On Ice

A federal appeals court ruled that yoga postures cannot be copyrighted.

Here's Another Scary Reason to Get Off Your Butt and Move

When you do this for too long too often, and you're likely doing it now, you could seriously damage this essential organ.

Lululemon Disappoints Wall Street, But Shows Signs of Recovery

A tumultuous two years gives ways to signs new products, strategy are working for the yoga-clothes icon.

Laura Entis

Is Your Wellness Program a Slave to Fads or Backed by Science?

As a leader, it's in your best interests to keep your employees healthy. Unfortunately, the glut of misinformation circulating on TV and the Internet makes it difficult to separate bunk from best practices.

Chris Cutter

What Yoga Can Teach You About Entrepreneurship

By stepping back from the daily stresses of running a business, entrepreneurs have the opportunity to recharge.

Yair Tygiel

Russell Simmons Explains His Success: Spirit First, Numbers Second

The famous, and famously successful, entrepreneur is living proof that thriving businesses need not be soulless.

Daphne Mallory