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Simple. Easy to try. Easy to incorporate. And very effective.

Come on. Admit it. You use these any chance you get.

See if your perception of the average entrepreneur -- even if you are one -- is miles away from the reality.

What people say is often not what they mean -- especially in emails.

With Apple's $3 billion acquisition of Beats Electronics, Dr. Dre is set to become the richest man in hip hop--and he's in good company.

Get even more done with some of these new and updated applications.

Here are some of the latest productivity-boosting office gadgets and layouts you can try out.

A business book needs to possess the chops of practical substance, and more than glint of mass-market flash, wouldn't you agree? So whether you need a new read for a beautiful spring day or for a weekend vacation, here's a list of nine titles that will challenge and inspire you this spring.

Nothing can ruin a big presentation like a tech snafu. But never fear: these gadgets will help you sail through any sales or investor demo with ease.

In your quest to work smarter, not harder, these tools can help.

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These designer gadgets might look like they belong in an art gallery, but actually they're quite useful to have around.

Great logos don't usually happen by accident. Here's how six logos came to be, along with some takeaways about why the designs work.

These talented female startup founders are bringing to life impressive--and in some cases, world-changing--technology.

Investing in tech startups seems to be the latest trend amongst celebrities. Here's a unscientific look at which ones have had success and which ones should focus on their day jobs.

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