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Harvard Business School professor John Kotter suggests an unorthodox way to build support for a new idea.
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The Smithsonian celebrates the work of pioneering African American entrepreneur Lula Mae Reeves.
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Author Jonathan L. S. Byrnes addresses why 40 percent of your business is unprofitable.
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Responses to Inc.â€™s plan for revitalizing the American dream.
Business lessons from the basketball court.