Small Business News
The world's biggest challenges are also the biggest opportunities. Here's why we need more people who are just a little bit crazy to tackle them.
It's not always an intuitive process, but finding top people is possible if you are social and aim high.
Keeping your employees happy and productive doesn't have to be difficult or expensive.
Nobody is born a perfect entrepreneur, but some have more of these traits than others.
A San Francisco lender offers a much lower borrowing rate for new hires who need cash to relocate
How much influence does that unhappy customer have? Comcast just learned that lesson the hard way.
This simple negotiating technique ensures that you get paid what you and your product are worth.
Want to offer warm and fuzzy customer support? Follow this simple advice.
What happens when customers like your brand--but they're confused about what you sell? Cue the branding overhaul.
Michael Sam, the first openly gay player in the National Football League, received the Arthur Ashe Courage Award during ESPN's annual sports awards show.
One of the largest tech parties took place this week. Here's what went down.
Facebook is hoping users will make a purchase right on the social media site.
The money is to be paid to consumers as a result of Apple's antitrust violation--but the company is still fighting.
Serial entrepreneur Sarah Prevette describes the courage it takes to start a business--and possibly see it fail.
Most people remember that single piece of advice that changed their lives. Here Inc. columnists share the best business advice they ever got.
The co-founder of LinkedIn talks about his new book "The Alliance" and what to ask job candidates so that you build loyalty from your very first conversation.
A content merger race is afoot. How could this affect you?
Headache-free tips for entrepreneurs to be kinder to the environment.
Inc. 30 Under 30 Alum Joel Holland unveils AudioBlocks to keep up with the demand for music and audio files. Something's in the air.
Move meant to help fend off newcomers like Uber and Lyft.