The Business Profiles Channel explores a variety of corporations, business models and entrepreneurial ideas. From small startups to massive corporations, get the lowdown on all kinds of businesses.
How Slack Works
Mentos and Miss Cleo: The '90s Commercials Quiz
These Fonts Are Best for Business Email
Why Don't All Food Cans Have Pull Tabs?
Why 'Shrinkflation' Has You Paying More for Less
How Does Amazon Deliver Stuff So Fast?
Do Diversity Training Programs Work?
How Much Can You Get In Unemployment Benefits?
Should You Ever Discuss Politics at Work?
How to Answer 'Tell Me About Yourself'
Infographic: Buy vs. Rent
Buy vs. Lease
Why do Americans Sell Soda by the Liter but Milk by the Gallon?
5 Times Marketers Totally Missed the Mark
How Retail Brands Use Music to Generate More Sales
10 Networking Tips for People Who Hate Networking
How Business Mentors Work
How Business Networking Works
Can You Really Start Your Own Bank?
How to Get a Business License
How Much Money Do You Really Make Selling Stuff Like Rodan + Fields?
How to Create an Action Plan for a New Job
5 Tips for Setting Up Your Employee Benefits
5 Things You Should Do Before Opening a 401(k)
Just 9 percent of all shopping is online, but it's growing fast. Old-school brick-and-mortar stores are trying some new tricks to stay competitive.
By Dave Roos
We explain why Ikea stores are designed like a lazy river, why their meatballs are considered "framing devices" and what's behind those darn flat pack boxes.
By Alia Hoyt
Not every buggy whip company died with the advent of the motorcar. Some nimble businesses are able to reinvent themselves to keep pace with modern life. You might be surprised at what some of today's biggest companies used to do.
By Dave Roos
Surely you've seen one or two infomercials that promise you can make millions by selling stuff online. But like most of those late-night offers, it seems too good to be true. So, is it possible to make a fortune selling things on eBay or other online stores?
By Matt Sailor
That golden icon is embedded in our brains whether we like it or not. Wouldn't it be good to finally know what it means, if anything?
Would you like some french fries with that McArabia, sir? Or a soda to wash down that -- porridge? The golden arches may look the same globally, but the menu sure doesn't.
Corporate life has it's share of benefits, so why do so many cubicle-dwellers complain? From office politics to brownnosing to noise pollution, our image gallery shows off the good and bad of the corporate life.