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A new reports reveals that, as a whole, customers' appreciation for fast food is dwindling.
Bitcoin entrepreneurs don't often openly discuss the gambles they're taking. In this telling clip, they do, revealing the risks that worry them.
The same traits entrepreneurs seek in young talent are also the traits that make it most difficult to retain them.
A conversation with Dirk Ahlborn, CEO of Hyperloop Transportation Technologies.
Hey, you! Go rescue that half-written manuscript sitting in a drawer, and get to work.
'Don't forget the Motor City' when you're looking for a role model for your startup.
Calling yourself a CEO doesn't make you one. Real leaders have real companies, employees, and customers -- not delusions of grandeur.
What are you doing to make sure you perform at your very best? If you're not flourishing, neither will your business.
Change doesn't have to be complicated. Simply tweak the old to ring in the new. Here's how.
Why dismiss yourself as unable to contribute beyond your own abilities?
Here's why Jim McClure decided to become a Weed Man franchisee.
Cash-strapped startups can attract and retain committed employees by offering opportunity and a mission.
Seed funding, angel investors or venture capital? Which one is right for you?
The Justice Department is looking into whether airlines are working together to keep ticket fares high.
With this simple strategy, you'll have enough to cover monthly living expenses and may even turn in a profit.
Leaders take note: These three words are the key to profits.
You can't develop your product while living in a cave. Instead, "pre-sell" it via crowdfunding and email marketing.
California's ruling that an Uber driver must be classified as an employee is rippling across the sharing economy.
One study suggests that the worst impact of making more workers eligible for overtime would be not on the companies or their shareholders, but on the workers themselves.
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