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Wed, Dec 11, 2013 12:47 PM
Transformational leadership isn't always what it's cracked up to be. A new study shows it may be better to be seen as part of the group.
A crowdsourced innovation platform suggests that if you really want to solve a problem, you should ask someone who doesn't know so much about it.
To thrive, entrepreneurs need professional experience, a business plan, the right personality and mentors.
A new policy shift could allow some Etsy users to turn their cyber shops into full-time jobs.
Print online coupons to save a few dollars at the grocery store. Every little bit helps.
A former special effects guru has turned in his interest into technology into a delectable business venture.
Just because the nuptials are nixed doesn't mean all is lost.
The CEO of Creative Class Group shares a few principles that can mean the difference between settling for an ordinary career and living an extraordinary life.
After nearly 5 years, it's time to retire as the business blogger for MNN.
MillerCoors now operates six landfill-free facilities in the United States.
A city that emphasizes a sharing economy is poised to help itself and its citizen live a greener existence.
Even dining out for lunch twice a week can really add up.
Muhtar Kent said that companies have the "responsibility to be part of the solution for large societal issues."
A quiet, relaxed, yet productive workspace means lower stress and more energy.
Healthcare changes aren’t just important to consumers, business leaders also need to stay informed about current and future health initiatives.
Americans spent 78.4 percent of their income in 2012, down from 82.2 percent in 2002.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.