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Mon, Sep 22, 2014 2:30 AM
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A new study suggests that people who dress differently appear more successful than their coworkers.
Tardiness, poor performance and the all-encompassing 'business needs' are the three most popular stated reasons for firing pregnant women.
The shrewd seller required cookie reinforcements just 45 minutes after setting up shop.
'I’m rich. I don’t need to sell more books,' says James Patterson.
Several employees here at Mother Nature Network have switched to standing desks. Would they go back to sitting? How do they feel? Don't their feet hurt?
Having an seasoned professional to advise you is a must, whether you're an experienced entrepreneur or just starting your career.
Capital One's new contract update raises the hackles of critics who question the company's right to contact customers by 'personal visit' — but a spokewoman says they are rethinking the language.
The state is facing its worst drought since record keeping began and AT&T employees in the state are working to reduce corporate water usage by 30 percent.
If you're looking to land an internship, you'll want to head to New York, Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay area.
My Fair Trade Lady showcases fair trade items for the kitchen and beyond. Sales of the handmade products help improve the lives of artisans around the world.
Productivity doesn't have to end just because there's three inches of snow on the ground.
There aren't many T-shirt makers who can make the claim 'From dirt to shirt in less than 700 miles' — but there is one in North Carolina.
Mobility and flexibility thanks to technology will be the hallmarks of a new era of business with fewer corporate offices and more home offices.
Kooky fashion choices can signal success to co-workers.
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