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Billionaire investor Mark Cuban says it's time we recognise 'having a social conscience is good business'


A former Goldman exec who wakes up at 4:30 a.m. to work out explains why it isn't a struggle


A former Googler and career coach says you shouldn't always turn your passion into a full-time job



Pretty much everyone defines a 'good job' the same way — but most people don't have the luxury of choosing one


There's a science-backed trick for making smarter, quicker decisions


Grammy-winning DJ Afrojack explains how declining a credit on a song that went multiplatinum taught him the most important lesson of his career



Judging employees on results could reward luck over skill, argue top psychologists, and there's a better way to do it


The CEO of one of the world's top ad agencies says her best career advice is based on her first job as a receptionist


An Instagram exec figured out a simple hack to stop getting buried by emails


15 ways to be more productive and manage your time better, according to career experts


The CEO of a startup that raised $25 million hopes people eventually think of his personal-finance app like a washing machine


A Nobel Prize-winning psychologist says the most successful decision-makers know how to use their gut feelings in a way the rest of us don't



IEX CEO Brad Katsuyama shares the 'critical' piece of advice he gives other entrepreneurs about getting through rough patches


Reddit cofounder Alexis Ohanian says we need to move past 'hustle porn' and have a more realistic understanding of what it takes to be successful


'It just came out when the music was playing': 50 Cent says coming up with his most popular song was simple


An HR exec who's worked at Facebook and Amazon says no one should become a manager without taking a key step



The CEO of a top travel app who gets up at 5:15 a.m. says he tricked himself into becoming a morning person by changing his daily exercise routine


A startup founder who's raised $10 million has a rule to weed out job candidates who seem a little too good to be true


A 27-year-old entrepreneur who built a million-dollar business with clients like Drake and Lil Wayne says a game he played at age 10 taught him 2 lifelong lessons about money


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