Kiva president Premal Shah says you can achieve much greater workplace productivity by igniting your employees passion for their work.
Craig Wolfe, the founder of Celebriducks, risked his business when he brought its manufacturing operations to the U.S. Three years later, his stateside factory is propelling the company's success.
Superheroes and entrepreneurs have a lot in common: They have to gain the public's trust, build a brand from scratch, and go through a lot of personal sacrifice for the greater good. Here are some of the world's most renowned entrepreneurs and the comic book superheroes their personas most closely resemble.
When Omaha Steaks was passed down to Todd Simon and his cousin Bruce, they realized that it was their responsibility to grow the brand. Here's what they did.
Twisted Sister's Jay Jay French on dealing with gut wrenching moments
Serial entrepreneur Steve Blank explains how entrepreneurs fail when they wait too long to gauge real customer interest in their products.
Oh Microsoft, you are so lame. Now please excuse me while I go play my Xbox and then buy that reasonably-priced Windows machine at the electronics store.
Google recently launched the sixth Penguin update, almost a year after its last update.
Jim Dwyer talks about what entrepreneurs can take away from the story and missteps of Diaspora.
Concerned over Facebook's use of personal data, four NYU students envisioned a new, more secure social network, called Diaspora.
Jim Dwyer, New York Times journalist and author, spoke with Inc. Magazine Editor Jim Ledbetter about his new book More Awesome than Money, which chronicles the rise and fall of four NYU students' dream to build a secure social network that would rival Facebook: Diaspora.
If you have an idea and think it's good, use the steps below to evaluate how the idea fits with your goals, refine your concept, and follow through to bring the idea to fruition.
These 8 gift packs and confections for Halloween will make great party gifts this Friday.
New branding strategy shows 40-year old Hello Kitty has plenty of lives left.
An author explains how the highly emotionally intelligent handle the worst office crazies and complainers.
Getting together with another company can help you innovate in new ways. But know before going into it: your goals may not be the same--and that's okay.
As business owner you have to find ways to compete even with the big guys.
It's natural to get nervous, but there are some very effective ways to keep others from knowing your little secret.
These 19 pieces of snarky advice identify management behaviors that drive employees crazy. Do you see yourself anywhere inside them?
What's the point of leading if you don't have significant impact? Here are 6 ways to make something happen that helps people in a positive way.