/Business/ Last Updated: Sat, May 27th, 2017 @ 8:55pm EDT


Liz Ryan, Contributor

13 Perks You Wouldn't Think You Could Negotiate -- But You Can

Trina is set to talk with her hiring manager Lou tomorrow, to negotiate her job offer. The original offer was a little low, salary-wise. If Trina can't get the exact salary number she wants, what other bargaining chips can she throw into the mix? Here are 13 of them!


Liz Ryan, Contributor

Ten Job Search Moves That Make You Look Unprofessional

Galen is a recruiter. Ashley is a job candidate who surprised Galen (and not in a good way) with her choice of job-search email address. Here are ten ways job-seekers can brand themselves unprofessional -- not their best look!


Shep Hyken, Contributor

How Happy Employees Make Happy Customers

Most business leaders would agree that a key to a company’s success is an ongoing stream of happy customers, willing to pay for the company’s goods and services. And then getting them to come back … again and again.


Liz Ryan, Contributor

Five Good Answers To The Question 'What's Your Greatest Strength?'

Vijay never feels that he has a good answer to the question "What's your greatest strength?" Here are five good answers to the question!


Uber CEO's mother dies in boating accident

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick's parents were involved in a boating accident on Friday that left his mother dead.


Here's the future of driving

Everything about cars is changing right now. That means how we power them, how drive them and even how we own them.


Sujan Patel

How I Create 10x Content Using Graphic Guides

It's not enough to just do what everyone else does - even if you're doing it well. You have to go above and beyond to gain your audience's attention.


Tara Haelle, Contributor

Autistic Children Don't Benefit From Special Diets And Supplements, Study Shows

Gluten-free, casein-free diets may be popular for autistic children, but there's no evidence it's doing them any good.


Melanie Curtin

21 Important Facts About Instagram

Instagram, owned by Facebook, is rapidly growing into a behemoth in social media. Brands and businesses that want to succeed should understand it.

Business Insider

Mike Shields

The cofounder of the company that helped bring the world BroBible wants to help millennials get rich

Watch your back Cheddar.

Scott Grimes cofounded the entertainment-focused digital media company Woven (now Uproxx), which brought the world the edgy young male-aimed site BroBible. Now he wants to help young people better manage their wallets with a new web video venture.

Stackin aspires to become a go-to outlet for millennials looking for help with personal finance. The media property quietly rolled out a series of short videos on Facebook and Instagram last month, along the lines of...


Ronald Holden, Contributor

The New Starbucks CEO Seems To Stumble Out Of The Gate

The first major initiative under new CEO Kevin Johnson, the North Star project, has landed with a thud.


Melissa Thompson, Contributor

Mental Tenacity As Fuel For Success: The Story Of Gurbaksh Chahal

Gurbaksh Chahal’s journey from the hardships of immigration to eventual entrepreneurial success illustrates the importance of grit and determination in the face of adversity.


Zach Petersel, Contributor

Fantasy Football Takeaways From The First Week Of NFL OTAs

No, unlike Chuck McGill we didn't go crazy and get our numbers mixed up. Dolphins head coach Adam Gase recently suggested Jay Ajayi could get as many as 350 rushing attempts next season.


Scott Mendelson, Contributor

Box Office: 'Alien: Covenant' Plunges Horrific 80% For $3M Friday

'Fate of the Furious' will probably top $1 billion overseas tomorrow while 'Beauty and the Beast' now sits with $499 million domestic.


Paul Tassi, Contributor

Every Show Should Learn From The 100's Perfect Season Finale Cliffhanger

This week's The 100 ending was one of the best-orchestrated season finale cliffhangers I think I’ve ever seen, and other shows should learn from it.


Ewan Spence, Contributor

Apple Loop:New iPhone 8 Design Leaks, Apple Watch's Secret Power, Anger Over MacBook Pro Update

This week’s Apple Loop includes the impossible iPhone design, the cost of Apple’s new smartphone, what’s happening with the new MacBooks, angry Mac customers, the patent deal between Apple and Nokia, improvements to the Apple Watch, and Apple’s change of direction with its web browser.


Christina Settimi, Forbes Staff

The World's Highest-Paid Soccer Players 2017: Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi Lead The List

Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are in a class of their own in performance and pay. The two combined to earn $173 million over the last year to top our list of the highest-paid soccer players, and rank among the best paid athletes in the world.


Kathy Caprino, Women@Forbes

The Top 5 Reasons People Don't Make The Changes They Long For

What prevents people from moving forward toward change, even if they want it desperately?


Harold Stark, Contributor

Fans Rejoice! Microsoft Has Reinvented The Surface Pro 4

The Surface Pro is not much to brag about. But it still sends a serious message to Microsoft's fan base. Read everything you want to know about the Surface Pro 2017 right here, right now.

Business Insider

Matthew DeBord

David Einhorn was just dealt a blow in his battle to shake up GM (GM)

Greenlight Capital's David Einhorn has been waging a battle ahead of General Motors' annual shareholder meeting to split the company's stock into two classes.

The hedge funder, who controls over 3% of GM in total, wants dividend-paying shares and "capital appreciation" shares that could capture GM's growth and deliver a return to shareholders superior to what the markets have since the carmaker's 2010 post-bankruptcy IPO.

GM has underperformed the markets over this period and is currently...

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