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Sir Richard Branson, head of the Virgin conglomerate, opens up about his leadership style and his much, much larger mission.
There may be more to the Google-based social network than you know.
Crisis alert! Here's what to do in the wake of a business meltdown.
Gen Y employees can be essential for keeping your business up to date and efficient.
A great customer experience yields repeat business and referrals. Pick up tips from the leaders of Zappos.com, Southwest Airlines and Disney.
Move over, PowerPoint: Online tools-- many of them free-- can take your presentations from drab to fab.
Former Dial Corp. President and CEO Herb Baum emphasizes the importance of honest, open leadership.
Implement flexibility for your team.
You can raise prices without scaring off existing clients. The key is adding value.
Brain excellence gives you a competitive advantage, but you've got to take care of this organ for continued peak performance.
Here's how you can cut down on stress by working smarter, not harder.
Actress Edie Falco wastes nothing-- whether it's the opportunity to learn from personal battles or insights about love gained from her dog-- not even a kitchen.
Your brain often stops good ideas in their tracks, but you can outsmart it with the Five-Second Rule.
Indira Gandhi served as prime minister of India, where women are often regarded as second-class citizens.
Jerry Colangelo faced a huge test: rebuilding the USA Men's Basketball team after its dismal showing in the 2004 Olympics.
Exercise and diet are crucial weapons against chronic inflammation, which can shorten your life.
In a rut? Climb out in five simple steps.
Today's teens face challenges, temptations and negative peer pressure. Here's how you can help them stay on the right path.
Matthew Modine shows us that small actions can have a big impact on pollution.
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