If you want to engage your email reader, be direct, drop that weak vocabulary and use action language.
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Hiring for culture fit can seem like a mystery, but these 4 interview questions will help you get it right every time.
Wondering why your presentations aren't hitting the mark? The answer is on the cutting room floor.
Hint: It has something to do with marketing, branding, and paying attention to your customers
For the Millennial generation, luxury is not defined by how much money is spent, but rather how priceless the experience is.
This week, Inc. editors and writers discuss the ouster of Uber co-founder Travis Kalanick, and how it impacts the future of the 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...
By: Jen Wieczner
New documents show a loss of faith among some investors.
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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The king of ride-sharing is vulnerable and Amazon has a chance to complete the last mile delivery problem and could put the final nail in Uber's coffin.
When your boss micro-manages you, it hurts your creativity. But you could actually be part of the problem.
You're more productive in the morning, and less distracted and tired while doing your work. So why not become an early bird?
Thinking about leaving corporate life? Here are four perks of entrepreneurship to consider.
If video is still a missing piece of your content strategy then you better pay attention.
Adopt a future-proof social media strategy and protect your business from failure.
Wearable fitness trackers do a great job measuring heart rate... but a terrible job measuring energy expended.
While influencer marketing is all the rage, there are valuable lessons to be learned from the contrast between the approach of the Fyre and Firefly music festivals.
The key to knowing that you won't come back to a plateful of problems after a vacation is to prepare ahead of time. Here's how.
Is the person you are dealing with really real? Better find out using this proven assessment.
People make decisions based on their environment, but you can manipulate that to guide yourself or others in positive ways.
Amazon won retail. That's what you can do when you have 763 million mobile users, even if you don't yet quite own Whole Foods.
To overcome boredom at work, plan a day to intentionally get out of the office to gather inspiration.
The redesigned Kodak Super 8, launching this fall, is the newest product from the mind of designer Yves Behar.
Initial coin offerings are blowing up, but it's good to bear in mind that they are a very risky investment.
Office politics aren't going away anytime soon, so what can anyone really do? Plenty.
If he's serious about making Facebook a force for good, Mark Zuckerbergshould take a hard look at how it shapes users' behaviors, too.
Chip Bergh, CEO of Levi Strauss & Co., tells The New York Times about a different side of transparency that comes with fortitude and toughness.
You know Chamath Palihapitiya as an successful investor and from Facebook. But there's much more to his story...
Everyone around the world deserves to wake up excited to go to work, but unfortunately that doesn't always happen.
You're too old for an identity crisis and too young for a mid-life crisis, so it's the perfect time to make a change.
The iPhone first went on sale 10 years ago. Here are some of the behind-the-scenes secrets we didn't know at the time.
It seems that some American airlines have a long way to go to become, well, tolerable.
Robert E. Murray, the CEO Murray Energy Corporation, is suing the late-night host for defamation--and he's got a long history of going after journalists and news outlets.