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Much is written about how to keep our employees happy, how to motivate and inspire them, but what about what really makes them mad.
The move is similar to the route Apple TV took when refreshing last year.
How VideoBlocks founder Joel Holland is making waves with an all-you-can-eat provider of stock video and audio.
Keeping tabs on future Google products can give you a preview of what your digital life may look like in the coming years.
Start by focusing on the positive
When I'm under the gun, I'm ruthless at compartmentalizing.
You can start enjoying these hobbies in just minutes a day, but mastering them will take much longer.
Remember these guidelines during your next job interview.
As a tech worker of 35 years, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty knows all about the challenges women technologists face, but she also knows how they can succeed.
It's a daunting task, but that shouldn't keep you from trying.
Eric Ryan of Method offered his advice on how to create a culture that's engineered to succeed.
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At the end of your rope? Get tips based on science to boost your emotional immune system, reboot your resilience, and bounce back to your normal self.
The San Francisco startup grew to a $5 billion valuation by helping thousands of small businesses process payments online. Now, it wants to secure them.
This is less a change in menu and more a revolution.
Brand Foundry Ventures, Andrew Mitchell spills on investing in the female market and the number one error startups make when fundraising.
Here's how you should be spending the first hour of the day to achieve maximum productivity.
Meet Pepper, a robot that can interact with people. Softbank Robotics, its manufacturer, talks to Inc. about how businesses might use the robot to connect with customers.
Looking for startup inspiration? Feel free to steal one of these business ideas.