Training employees and managers is essential at any company but particularly for startups. Yet many avoid it because it seems too hard or expensive. “A lot of companies think their employees are so smart
Before he was charged with money laundering in January, Charlie Shrem was a board member of the government-friendly Bitcoin Foundation and the public face of the New York Bitcoin startup community. Now,
Motivational speaker Tony Robbins. Getty Images/Frederick M. Brown TED Talks have set the bar high when it comes to riveting presentations brimming with inspiring "ideas worth spreading." They inform,
This story originally appeared on PR Daily We all know that when we give a presentation or speak in front of a group, not only are our words important, but the body language that accompanies them. Your
The rules are slightly different from standard social settings, yet business schools rarely discuss professional etiquette topics. In her new book "The Essentials Of Business Etiquette," Barbara Pachter
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In one of the biggest blows to health insurance for small businesses in the country, the largest provider of small-group and individual coverage
"Wedding reception bill of £12,500 may have been gifted by Nigella, it could have been authorised", court hears Charles Saatchi paid annual credit card bills of £1.2 million run up by his ex-wife Nigella
Back in 2010, Apple was seemingly randomly sued by an eccentric 70-year-old crank who claimed to have “come up with the idea” of the smartphone. That lawsuit has now come to trial, and the crank has lost,
This fight was all about Manny Pacquiao. The last time we saw him in the ring, he was lying face down after being knocked out cold by Juan Manuel Marquez. It wasn’t just a winning punch; it was a punch
On Labor Day 2009, a young woman named Michelle Lund was rushed to an Orange County, Calif. hospital with a brain aneurysm following a night of partying with friends. Within days, as she teetered on the
Despite strongly negative reviews from almost everyone that cared to touch one, Samsung has shipped 800,000 Galaxy Gear smartwatches in two months. That's according to a Reuters article quoting Samsung
The speech is being widely praised (by Krugman and others) for being a brilliant and thorough elucidation of an issue that's underdiscussed. Over the past 50 years, the Federal Reserve has cut short-term
A large proportion of the extreme right wing are military veterans. Several leaders served in Vietnam and were shocked at the national disgust that greeted them as they returned home after that debacle.
Movie star Jean-Claude Van Damme doing an improbable-looking split -- with each leg set on a truck that is driving backwards. A cute kid in a Darth Vader outfit using "special powers" to unlock car doors.
In it, he gives his fullest explanation for why he's stepping down as CEO of Microsoft. It sounds like Ballmer decided it was time to leave after getting a certain amount of nudging from his board members.