A ban on sales of older models of Apple's iPad and iPhone in the US has been overturned by the Obama administration. In June, the US International Trade Commission (ITC) ruled that Apple infringed a patent
WASHINGTON, Aug 3 (Reuters) - The company that conducted the most recent security review of former U.S. spy agency contractor Edward Snowden is the subject of a federal grand jury investigation into its
If you want to give your business a good start toward success, it has to start with leadership, and leadership has to start with you. There are essentially five characteristics of great leaders. The first
By Lauren Weber Lauren Weber The Wall Street Journal Biography @laurenweberwsj Lauren.Weber@wsj.com As the new year approaches – and with it the inevitable wave of self-improvement plans–we’ve identified
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The ubiquitous phrase "go with your gut" validates the importance of intuition and instinct in leadership and decision-making. But it's also
This story appears in the September 2012 issue of . Subscribe » Ideas. They bubble up all day long, when we're sitting at stoplights or standing in line for our mocha-lotta-frappa-no-whip concoctions.
“I’m getting to the end of my patience,” Dan,* the head of sales for a financial services firm, told me. “There is so much opportunity here — the business is growing, the work is interesting, and bonuses
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Summer is over and entrepreneurs are cranking up for the fourth quarter, hoping to finish the year big. Now is clearly not the time to let
Leadership is about change, but what is a leader to do when faced with ubiquitous resistance? Resistance to change manifests itself in many ways, from foot-dragging and inertia to petty sabotage to outright
Senior executives are one of the toughest crowds you’ll face as a presenter. They’re incredibly impatient because their schedules are jam-packed — and they have to make lots of high-stakes decisions, with
More brains don’t necessarily lead to better ideas. When it came to leading meetings, Jobs had no qualms about tossing the least necessary person out of the room. This is our second excerpt from Insanely
Next time you are sitting in a meeting, take a look around. The odds are high that you will see your colleagues checking screens, texting, and emailing while someone is talking or making a presentation.
It’s rare to find a leader who elevates the experience for employees and customers to such a degree that other brands benchmark against his or her company. I recently had a unique opportunity to spend