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In family business succession planning, the biggest mistake is assuming a child is the right person for the job. They often aren't.
There are opportunities for entrepreneurs to join Uber and other on-demand platforms and offer services, but are the high fees worth it?
More finance options and an improving economy have helped women biz owners raise bank loans. Approval rates are up as credit scores improve.
Only 12% of US computer science jobs are held by women. With girls making up the majority of tomorrow's workforce, change is essential.
Summer camps have long been about adventure, discovery and fun. Here are some that will put young girls on the fast track to success.
Many companies are bringing employees back in-house, believing higher productivity and better ideas come from working side by side.
The share of jobs held by women in the C-suite is 25%, Catalyst reports. To get ahead, women need to aggressively market themselves.
Private firms don't face activist shareholders' wrath, but that's not a good thing. It can lead to laziness and wipe out company wealth.
Aramex's founder Fadi Ghandour is opening community centers throughout the Middle East to build a stronger civil society in the war-torn region.
Perhaps the biggest risk businesses face is the failure to build strong female talent pipelines, research shows.
If you can’t tell a good story, you can’t be a good leader. Period. Founders of companies need to learn the art of the corporate narrative.
Is new Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras Europe's last revolutionary? His principled rebellion is a unique leadership-under-fire strategy.
Everbridge CEO David Meredith explains why the critical event management firm's customer count surged in its latest quarter and how it's well positioned for more growth.
"You're not used to hearing these hard-bitten executives say, 'I'm personally, personally worried,'" CNBC's Jim Cramer said.
European markets closed higher Wednesday as traders monitored corporate earnings and the spread of the new coronavirus.