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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.

The stories our readers clicked on the most on from Inc.'s social media accounts.

Every year Pantone pores over aesthetic trends and crowns a new shade the Color of the Year. Check out the newest pick--and take a look back at past winners.

Forget Zuckerberg. These are the entrepreneurs you'll want to be watching next year.

What were the real game-changers in 2013? Inc. contributing editor John Brandon selects his picks for best new devices of the year.

Remarkably Courageous People

Courage isn't just a willingness to confront pain or fear. Courage, like character, also involves doing the right thing when no one is watching... or will ever know what you've done.

They are stories of partnerships crumbling, of a scrappy David taking on a ruthless Goliath competitor. Of following your gut and succeeding valiantly. Or of losing everything. Here's the best of Inc. magazine's feature articles from the past year.

This group of companies is focused on teaching an entrepreneurial education early.

This year's best leadership advice from Inc.'s top columnists.

Hackathons aren't just for geeks anymore. They now also attract a wide variety of non-techies who band together to solve problems--some serious, some fairly strange--through hours of brainstorming and pizza consumption.