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  • Study Finds Humble Bosses Are Best

    Research shows bombastic, egocentric leaders are not most effective. Bosses who yell, threaten and micromanage their way to the top, often at the expense of miserable underlings are all too common in today's workplaces. But the Tony Sopranos and Darth... Read More >>

    Part-Time Workers Deserve The Shift, Not The Shaft

    Retail scheduling practices are making it functionally impossible for part-time workers to support themselves. The plight of low-wage retail workers has generated much talk in recent years. As I’ve written before, I don't find problematic the existence... Read More >>

    Why Freelancers Need A Code Of Ethics

    In a business world filled with ambiguity and contingent workers, freelancers are developing their own ethical standards. Brooke Dixon has worked as a freelance software developer for years while raising his two daughters. During that time, he’s written... Read More >>

    On Being A Good Small Business Boss

    Q: Steve: I am just so darned overworked these days. I went into business for myself because I thought it would afford me a better lifestyle, but the opposite seems to be true. There has to be a better way, but do you know what it is? -- Brandon A: You are... Read More >>

    A Coke Exec’s Lessons From An Unlikely Visitor

      One of Coca-Cola's top marketing executives found unexpected lessons about work and life from her Zimbabwean mentee. FORTUNE - Wendy Clark, SVP of Coca-Cola's Global Sparkling Brand Center, is a participant in this year's Fortune-U.S. State... Read More >>

    Is Your Business Persona Working For You?

    Get the new office rules in our exclusive excerpt from Stanley Bing's new book, The Curriculum: Everything You Need to Know to Be a Master of the Business Arts. FORTUNE -- Fortune columnist Stanley Bing's new book, The Curriculum: Everything You Need to... Read More >>

    Son Charged With Impersonating Dad And Bilking Investors Out Of Millions To Fund Bid For Maxim Magazine

    Calvin Darden, Jr., the high-rolling son of Darden Media chairman Calvin Darden Sr., is in trouble with the law -- again. And this time it’s a real doozy. Federal authorities in New York arrested him yesterday and charged him with two separate fraud... Read More >>

    SHOP For Health Care Is Help For Small Business

    Just five people work at Michael Cadigan's law firm, but thanks to his state's new marketplace for small business health insurance, he's saving $1,000 a month paying for 100% of their medical coverage. In the past, "numerous" insurers canceled his... Read More >>

    Top 10 Black Friday Tips For Small Businesses

    "While it's too late to develop a mobile app for the upcoming holiday season, pay attention to this year’s holiday shopping so you can build one for next year that would enhance your customer’s in-store holiday shopping experience," says Tarun Nimmagadda,... Read More >>

    6 Things That Could Be Hurting Your Personal Brand

    Brand Me. You 2.0. You, Inc. Whatever you want to call the business of being yourself, chances are you’ve already taken steps to enhance your individual brand. There’s no shortage of “how to brand yourself” advice on the web, and most of it boils... Read More >>

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