3 Things Taylor Swift Can Teach Entrepreneurs About Reputation Management

Taylor Swift makes certain not one of her fans feels like a number, which is part of why she has more fans than she could possibly count.

Once Only for Huge Companies, ‘Web Scraping’ Is Now an Online Arms Race No Internet Marketer Can Avoid

Companies don't just vacuum up data on competitors' prices; some gain advantage by distorting the picture competitors see.

Your Taxes Are Done but Are You Getting Your Money’s Worth From Your Accountant?

If all your accountant does is make sure you don't get audited by the IRS, it's time to find a better accountant.

Can Colleges Teach People How to Franchise?

Long neglected by business schools, franchising is finally gaining a foothold in the world of higher ed. But will students follow?

Work-Life Balance Is Simple. To Succeed at Work, Get a Life.

With the right balance of health and business, entrepreneurs can maximize productivity.

Google Launches a Game to Teach Adults How to Code

Plus, Target adds same-day delivery option at checkout and there is a new startup making high-end cookware more affordable.

Get an MBA If You Want to Get Ahead in Business. Skip It If You Want Your Business to Get Ahead.

MBA programs do provide a useful toolkit, but they are better suited for established businesses than rapid-growth startups.

Survey Finds Potheads Will Spend Freely on 4/20 and Might Go to Work, If They Have Jobs

For decades April 20 has been a day of solidarity and defiance for marijuana users. With legalization it is morphing into an occassion for pot marketing similar to what Cinco de Mayo is for Mexican beer.

Complaining Is Lethal for Your Productivity and Your Business

When something goes wrong, be sure to speak up just as soon as you have a solution to offer.

Virtual Reality Is Already Changing How We Work and Communicate

VR will allow you to connect on a genuinely human level, regardless of where you are in the world.