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One reason so many startups fail is that they are led by brats who confuse ping-pong for company culture and criticism for treason.
Here is how to use data for your web design and user experience to get people to buy your product.
Although a bachelor's degree in one unlikely major boasts a mid-career median salary of $85,000.
We all need to find ways to fight stale ideas and get back to the creative, disruptive and innovative thinking that fuels us.
It's time. But exactly how do you move on to entrepreneurship full time?
Amazingly, the most precious resource we have -- our time -- is often wasted or at best mismanaged. Sometimes, we don't even realize it.
Lots of smart people have doubts about themselves and misconceptions about money that are long overdue for reexamining.
After a great experience with DirectBuy, David and Kathie Weishaar decided to become franchisees themselves.
Four ways to tell whether you're poised to be the next Uber or Airbnb, or at least a leader in your product sector.
The ecommerce giant's 'bruising' environment teaches an important lesson about doing what works at an organization level and having the right employees.
But, beware: Bad reviews hurt you more than you think.
I'm sure that Peter Gibbons, the much-loved character from 'Office Space,' would endorse these tactics.
Hosting isn't local. Apps are behind. And only 8 percent of Indians have smartphones. But India still offers an exciting market for future success.
If half of businesses fail in the first five years, what are the other half doing right and what can entrepreneurs learn from them?
A study of drunk-driving deaths shows Uber has a positive effect, provided the price is right.
This three-step process won't land you on the covers of national magazines, but that's not the point.
The recent interests of the former Paypal founder and recognizable venture capitalist provide some insights for entrepreneurs who are seeking funding.
In all of the doing of modern life, it's a wonder we don't question what we are being.
Google is ubiquitous and its ad targeting is uncannily accurate but many smaller businesses have to weigh carefully if that is the right place to invest their ad budget.
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