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By: Jessica Abo

If you are a brand trying to work with influencers, or an influencer trying to sign with a brand, experiential expert Claudine DeSola shared her advice with Jessica Abo.

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By: Kc Agu

Do these five things every day and you can make more money this year.

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By: Richard Agu

Are you doing everything you can to keep your business safe?

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By: Billie Carn

Trying to reach both kinds of summits can leave you exhausted and gasping for air but also a whole lot wiser.

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By: Jayson DeMers

Companies debuting games at the Electronic Entertainment Expo illustrated effective use of hype, timing and brand sincerity.

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By: Nina Zipkin

Develop an area of expertise, but understand what you lack, too.

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By: Phil Lodico

In a changing internet environment, new generic top level domains are on the rise. Here's how to snag one that'll make an impression.

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By: Matthew McCreary

The best of the best from 'Entrepreneur's Franchise 500' list.

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By: Alan Taylor

Achieve a work-life balance, be fearless and live authentically. David Meltzer of Sports 1 Marketing and Sean Whalen of Lions Not Sheep, explain how.

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By: Nancy Harris

Establishing a mentorship program can help businesses grow, employees succeed and executives lead more effectively

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By: Entrepreneur Staff

June 23 is Take Your Dog to Work Day.

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By: Jason Saltzman

Jamyn Edis of Dash Labs chats with Jason Saltzman about dealing with competition in business.

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By: Eyal Lifshitz

Confidence enables you to act when things are uncertain. Humility enables you to correct when you've made the wrong move.

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By: Mallory Locklear

The push comes after a series of contradictory rulings in the U.S.

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By: Reid Genauer

Music and coding have more in common than you might realize.

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By: Tom Brant

The wearable tech got its first software update in nearly three years, but it only adds Bluetooth support and some unnamed bug fixes.

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By: Rose Leadem

The iPhone maker's Chicago flagship is larger than life.

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By: Peter Shankman

Audiences want to be taken seriously and have fun. Speakers who deliver both are in demand.

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By: Angela Moscaritolo

Facebook begins testing new tools in India to give privacy-conscious individuals more control over who can download and share their profile photos.

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By: Matt Weinberger

Ex-Apple exec Scott Forstall is best known as one of Steve Jobs' most trusted lieutenants, and a co-inventor of the iPhone.

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By: Tom Brant

Wait, didn't a new crop of consumer 360-degree cameras just go on sale this year? Yes, but Google says its new VR180 standard is much easier to work with.

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Phandroid
By: Joe Fedewa

Google's Daydream VR division and YouTube have teamed up to announced VR180, a new more limited VR format for videos. VR180 videos are meant to be easier to create and easier to watch in high definition.

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By: Tom Brant

Not content to just offer drivers Spotify access, Tesla is reportedly in talks with major record labels to create a new way for people to listen to music.

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Autoblog
By: Reese Counts

Filed under: Rumormill,Tesla,Infotainment,Smartphone Going up against Spotify or Apple Music is no small task.Continue reading Tesla music streaming service? What's Elon Musk thinking? Tesla music streaming service? What's...

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By: Evan Dashevsky

Transdisciplinary artist Ani Liu uses cutting-edge technologies to create new, weird, fascinating art.

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By: Amy Osmond Cook

King's Hawaiian isn't the cheapest bread, but it's crazy popular. There's a lesson in there for you.

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By: Nina Zipkin

From hard-charging rapid growth to constant damage control. What will the company's next chapter look like?

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Fast Company
By: Ruth Reader

“The culture is embedded over five years. Tt would take a while to change the entire mentality that this guy set.” Thursday morning, on the hot steps of New York’s City Hall, a group of 15 Uber drivers gathered to celebrate a...

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Inc
By: Zoë Henry

This week, Inc. editors and writers discuss the ouster of Uber co-founder Travis Kalanick, and how it impacts the future of the company.

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Fortune
By: Jen Wieczner

New documents show a loss of faith among some investors.

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Travis Kalanick stepped down as Uber's CEO earlier this week, leaving the CEO, COO, CFO and general counsel positions open. But while he's no longer head of the company, Kalanick is far from gone. He's still a member of the board and...

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By: Evan Dashevsky

Decades worth of the genetic research helped create the treatments that finally cured my back.

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By: Angela Moscaritolo

CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the company will continue working to 'give people a voice and help people connect,' but this new mission statement takes things a step further.

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By: Nina Zipkin

Network on your own terms and timetable.

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By: Deep Patel

Whenever you can automate a task, do it.

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By: Venturer

Plus, Amazon is testing out a 'try before you buy' wardrobe service and Freshly has raised $77 million in a Series C round led by Nestle.

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By: Sherrie Campbell

Being the person everyone wants to work with drives success far more pleasantly than being a jerk somebody has to work with.

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By: Phil La Duke

Negotiation isn't about winning. That's why so many people do it so poorly.

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By: William Harris

You'll need the right mix of data, people and planning to quickly scale your startup.

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By: Bryan Elliott

Entrepreneur Network partner Bryan Elliott sat down with Larry Korman of the AKA Hotel brand to learn more about innovation in business.

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By: Tor Constantino

Past success is often an indicator of future complacency.

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By: John Rampton

Demonstrating your professionalism in the way you invoice and your invoicing timeliness will keep your cash flow consistent.

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By: Nina Zipkin

A recruiting firm founder knows a new job can change everything -- even for her franchisees.

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By: Rick Grossmann

Discover four key reasons you should get into the healthcare franchise business.

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By: Shaun Buck

Discover the secrets behind The Newsletter Pro's referral program that's sending customers to Las Vegas.

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By: Chris Haddon and Jason...

Five tips to reaching the clients and revenue goals you need.

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By: Stacey Freeman

Sometimes when the going gets tough, it's time to get going.

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By: Stephen J. Bronner

The developer jumps on Goombas and over gaps in this cool demo.

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Cnet
By: Amanda Kooser

Goombas don't stand a chance against a HoloLens-wearing first-person Super Mario player who conquers a mixed-reality version of the classic game.

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The bipartisan group wants states and scientific research to determine the future of medicinal cannabis.

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By: Firas Kittaneh

Many of the most successful companies in the world, from Apple to Harley-Davidson, have undergone significant brand relaunches.

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By: Joan Oleck

The 'Art of VR' conference in New York City features an alien bursting from a human, and lots of people excited about this burgeoning industry.

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By: Jayson DeMers

Accepting that you'll never have "everything" done is just as important as weeding out your time-wasting habits.

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By: Udemy

The one course you can't afford to skip if you're an entrepreneur.

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By: Adrienne Cadena

While you shouldn't manage employees like children, there are strategies you can borrow from your parenting skills.