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The company behind 'Fortnite' is taking on Apple, Google, and Steam with its latest move: a digital storefront for games

The Daily Beast CEO Heather Dietrick once had to tell 200 people that Gawker was going bankrupt, and she says that 'wartime' leadership style serves her just as well when everything is at peace

Understanding this one cultural concept will help you do well in business with China

30 celebs who tried — and failed — to start their own businesses

A motivation expert explains why businesses go about motivating people all wrong -- and how to do it better

How a former GE and NBC exec learned to be an extrovert

Here's when Steve Case knew he wanted to be an entrepreneur

Why we are bad at dealing with change — and 5 ways you can improve

All 700 employees at this startup work remotely. Here's why one of its top execs says it's given them a major edge over the competition.

All of the Kardashian-Jenner family's significant others, past and present, ranked by net worth

Business Insider launched a new show called 'Business Insider Today' — watch the first episode here

11 of your favourite companies that are family owned

I've spent 6 months travelling the world on business, and I've found the perfect phone hack to save time, money, and aggravation

Tony Robbins says if you can't answer a basic question about your business, you're 'failing miserably'

Drybar founder Alli Webb explains how she took a project she started as a stay-at-home mum and turned it into a multimillion-dollar business with more than 100 locations

I used to let people walk all over me at work — until I learned how I could use my niceness to my advantage

At the start of every semester, a business school professor asks his students a question, and most everyone gets the answer dead wrong

There are 114% more women entrepreneurs in the US than 20 years ago, but the reason why is troubling

The 35 cities in the US with the biggest influx of people, the most work opportunities, and the hottest business growth

Americans make easy victims of 'entrepreneurship porn' because it gets right at the heart of what they believe about business and success