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Want to start a new business? Don't pass up this low-hanging fruit.

Can't afford to outfit your team with the latest iPhone? Not to worry. Here are four cheaper options that still pack plenty of high-tech cred.

Your startup is high tech, so why isn't your hotel? Here's a round-up of the best places to stay when you're traveling for work and need some extra IT amenities.

You have Wi-Fi, plenty of storage, and a "fast enough" processor. What else do you need in a computer? Try a super crisp, high-resolution display, and you may never go back.

Forbes announces it's annual Rich List. See which founders made the cut.

In Uganda, one of the poorest countries in the world, these entrepreneurs create opportunity for themselves and others.

The campaign to win an Oscar in serious business--it takes months and costs somewhere around $20 million. But the rewards are sweet. Here's what you can learn from the marketing masterminds behind the Best Picture nominees.

The mind/body connection can be incredibly powerful. Here's how to use your body to your intellectual and emotional advantage.

If you aspire to be a lean startup, you might want to think about a lean computer.

A round-up of gear to make your next business trip more productive.

You're never too old to innovate. In fact, studies show that most great breakthroughs come later in life.

Here's what you should learn from the most uncompromising, and wildly successful, leaders.

Each is a small thing, but each also has the power to change your life… and the lives of the people around you.

Here are the international cities poised to give the U.S. a real run for its money.

It may sound like a cliche, but many a worthy business idea started out on the back of a napkin (or on a sticky note, or in the corner of a piece of scrap paper). Check out five sketches that turned into big businesses.