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It can be a challenge to stay focused on work. However, it doesn’t take personal distractions to draw your attention away from what you’re supposed to be doing. The workplace has plenty of distractions of its own. Here are a few of the most common workplace distractions.
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery not only brews beer, it runs its own in-house bottling operation. But disaster struck during one of its bottling runs.
Selection to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame can be a boon for a musician’s career. But the lobbying for votes can become intense, the New York Times reports.
Karl Denninger, author of "Leverage: How Cheap Money Will Destroy the World" on finance, politics and debt: Dangerous Bedfellows.
Most people are reluctant to speak truth to those in power. Bosses should never underestimate fear.
Brian Solis author of "The End of Business as Usual" offers what he calls "The 9 Laws of Affinity to Survive Digital Darwinism."
The concept of profits has never been in favor among those who think that making a profit is the exploitation of labor.
The author says that, "it’s clear that leadership – for our world, nation, businesses and communities – is needed in ways it has never been needed before," and in his new book he offers practical advice of leading in this new world.
In this new book the author offers guidance on how you can squeeze the most out of your resources.
Innovators question the status quo, observe like anthropologists, network for new ideas, and experiment. In short, innovators consistently act differently to think differently.
Even in a weak economy, there continues to be a strong interest among the millennial generation in pursuing an entrepreneurial career, the Christian Science Monitor reports.
Recently Wal-Mart and other retailers have revived their mothballed layaway programs. Stores promote lay-away as a way for shoppers to avoid “debt” and still buy all the Christmas presents that they need. Lay-away is not debt, but like debt, it charges shoppers more money than the price of the goods.
Some experts say that job seekers often lie and that interviewers expect this, but the level of ‘lie’ can make or break the interview. CNBC.com spoke with experts and asked them if there are lies told at job interviews that are acceptable. Some responses might surprise you.
Looking for a job? Got a college degree and 20/20 eyesight? Call NASA. The space agency is putting out the help wanted sign...for astronauts.
Novice runners often make the mistake of training hard all the time, assuming that the harder they work, the faster they will become and many companies and employees make the same mistake in the office as novice runners do on the road.
For the first time in roughly a century — since the transition from the one-room schoolhouse to the classroom- and age-based school — a dramatic change in the basic way we structure our educational system is afoot.
A new book details what it really takes to be a good leader in today's world including asking, "Does your CEO pass the kitchen test?"
CNBC.com spoke with experts in tech, human resources, and finance to determine which professions are best for workers over 40.
Help the entrepreneurs and you'll get more than new products — you'll get thousands of new jobs, AOL co-founder Steve Case told CNBC.
How should you respond when suddenly, mid-sentence, your mind goes blank and you have your own Perry "Oops" moment? Here are three tips.
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