- He Sold His Startup to Microsoft for $100 Million and Directed a George Takei Broadway Musical. He Says the Work Isn't All That Different
Lorenzo Thione has started a search engine business, social media company, and Broadway show. He's driven in part by a passion for sharing undertold stories.
- Struggling to Finish Your To Do List? Here’s A Better Way to Organize Your Day.
Every time you scratch an item off of your to-do list, you get a little rush of dopamine.
- Google CEO Sundar Pichai Says His Mentor Asked Him This Question Over and Over--and It Changed the Way He Leads
Years ago, Columbia University football coach turned business coach Bill Campbell taught Pichai to ask himself a pivotal question. Pichai is still asking that question today.
- Moving From a Management to a Leadership Mindset Is Critical for Digital Transformation
You don't have to speak the technical language to be inspirational and articulate.
- The No.1 Rule of Emotional Intelligence You Should Practice to Make More Sales
Everyone is capable, but not everyone is willing.
- The Rare Habit That Will Take You Down the Path to Real Leadership
A courageous way to avoid sabotaging your success and destroying your reputation.
- How Two Baseball Fans Are Turning a Podcast Side Hustle Into a Media Empire
In just two years, Jomboy Media has grown from a two-person operation into a formidable media brand.
- Meet the Startup Helping Farmers Make Money Off Their Land (But Not in the Way You Think)
Harvest Hosts gives RVers unlimited access to stays at farms and vineyards across the U.S. In exchange, they spend big bucks on tchotchkes and other goods.
- I Was LinkedIn's VP of Talent for 3 Years. My 3 Rules for Handling Employee Backlash
Basecamp's recent struggles highlight the most important rule: Make sure you involve workers in culture decisions.
- Why Small Business Should Care about Global Minimum Tax
Changes in global tax structure will affect even small companies. Here's how to prepare
- 11 Podcasts to Keep You Entertained on Your Next Long Trip
Traveling again? You're going to need something to entertain you on your next trip.
- Steve Jobs and Howard Shultz Did It. How Tatcha's Victoria Tsai Reclaimed Her CEO Job
The founder and CEO of the premium skincare line stepped aside, only to return in 2021 to lead the company through the pandemic.
- Watch: What Tatcha's Victoria Tsai Learned From Stepping Down as CEO--and Coming Back to Transform Her Company
The skincare founder shares her leadership philosophy and advice for building a unique brand that lasts.
- The Covid-19 Crisis Taught This CEO 2 Key Lessons About Leadership
Vicky Tsai, founder and CEO of skincare brand Tatcha, on how the pandemic changed how she views challenges--and her employees.
- Why This Founder 'Kills' 30 Percent of Her Company's Products
Vicky Tsai, founder and CEO of skincare brand Tatcha, talks about standing out in a trend-driven industry.
- Ready to Sell Your Company? Here's What to Look For in an Acquirer
How Vicky Tsai, founder and CEO of skincare brand Tatcha, knew that Unilever was the right buyer for her company.
- Why This Founder Sold Her Company and Stepped Down as CEO--and Then Came Back
Vicky Tsai, founder and CEO of skincare brand Tatcha, talks about being asked to lead her company for the second time.
- How Tatcha's Vicky Tsai Built and Sold a $500 Million Beauty Brand--and Reclaimed It
Tsai talks about brand purpose, product development, and returning to her CEO role during the pandemic.
- John McAfee, Founder of Antivirus Software Company McAfee, Has Died By Suicide
McAfee, 75, was found dead on Wednesday. He was being held in jail in Spain while awaiting extradition on charges of tax evasion.
- Amazon Prime Day 2021: 250 Million Products Sold in Mixed Bag for Third-Party Sellers
Amazon touted record sales without disclosing specific Prime Day sales data for third-party sellers.
- Attention Restaurant Owners: The Tip Credit Rules Are Changing
30 minutes of non-tipped work? That needs to be at minimum wage.
- Carl Nassib Didn't Just Become the NFL's First Openly Gay Player. His Announcement Also Reveals the Power of a Different Kind of Compound 'Interest'
Carl Nassib's becoming the first active player in the league to publicly identify as gay reveals the power of a different kind of compound interest.
- This Founder Raised $930 Million to Help Businesses Optimize Data From the Internet of Things
Sanjit Biswas'sSamsara is helping 20,000=plus customers improve the safety and efficiency of their operations.
- New Study: Sales Gains Among Small and Minority-Owned Businesses to Hang On, Post-Pandemic
It was a challenging year for small businesses everywhere. Some consumers noticed and tried to help.
- Want to Achieve Long-Term Goals? Why the Most Successful People Live By the Rule of 'Never Less, Never More'
While some is always good and more is often better, too much is often a recipe for long-term failure.
- 3 Simple Leadership Actions to Help Stressed-Out Employees
A recent Workhuman survey of more than 3,000 U.S. workers reveals a workforce in trouble.
- Apple Says Your iPhone Is Facing an Existential Threat--From Congress
The company makes its case against sideloading as Congress considers forcing the issue.
- How Can You Be Sure Someone Has What It Takes to Lead People? Look for 4 Rare Habits
Brain science points the way to positive leadership.
- 3 Common Marketing Mistakes Too Many Entrepreneurs Make
Avoid these mistakes to increase your startup's chances of success.
- How Zoom's Core Values Gave Its Team Direction During the Pandemic
At Inc.'s Purpose Power Summit, the videoconferencing company's head of social impact, Roxana Shirkhoda, shared how a brand's mission can inspire employees.
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