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Becoming a lawyer seemed to be one of those career moves that could stand up to any type of economic setback. Not anymore.
Here's some advice on how to ask the right questions that can put you ahead and save your career.
They may go to great lengths to avoid work, but your slacker co-workers actually love their jobs. A new study comparing job performance and satisfaction found that the least-productive workers are often also the most engaged.
It's no secret, it's harder for older workers to land a job. Here are some tips for how to land that job -- without having to lie about your age!
What small and mid-size companies can learn from Ron Johnson's fumbled leadership at JC Penney.
Hey Fat Cats, time to shape up! Far too often, C-levels get too comfortable and completely disregard the possibility of getting fired.
After years of international research, this author found that hopeful employees are happier at work, more engaged and get this - a whopping 14% more productive.
Whether we are making plans for the office or for our personal lives, subtle forces can sidetrack us from our carefully laid plans and derail our decisions, says this author.
This CEO wonders if the reaction to Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer's decision to discontinue telecommuting at the company would have been different if Mayer was a man?
Forget cheap supplies. Walmart.com is debuting unique products from women-owned small businesses from around the world.
A firm's worst enemy is itself: success with past innovations leads it to ignore, stifle, or ridicule the next big innovation, says this author.
Harper College has rallied around a number. When President Barack Obama called for 5 million more community-college graduates by the end of the decade to boost U.S. competitiveness, this commuter school 30 miles northwest of Chicago figured out it would need to produce 10,604 additional graduates to do its part.
Jim Woolery, Cadwalader, Wichersham & Taft, talks about some of his top banking deals and explains why he is leaving the Street and returning to the law.
You don't want to come across as a naysayer so you just suck it up and hope that things will get better. The only problem is they don't.
In honor of the seventh annual National Entrepreneurship Week, the SBA is hosting a series of webinars for entrepreneurs on everything from crowd-funding innovation to starting an urban farm.
Taking a cue from food trucks, savvy entrepreneurs are forgoing costly storefronts and instead running small businesses from their cars. So what's the downside?
Mrs. Moneypenny, Financial Times columnist, discusses her escapes in Davos, Switzerland, and provides career advice that could take you straight to the top.
Sometimes, we get mired in details and this executive coach has some tips to help you get to the point.
Breaking details on the Algeria hostage crisis, with CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
Signaling more Americans are feeling upbeat about their economic prospects, attitudes about entrepreneurship are at the highest level in 14 years, according to a new study.