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Ashton Kutcher, MC Hammer, and Madonna prove that celebrities have more to offer businesses than just endorsements. Some provide valuable startup capital and sage advice.
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These 5 short and simple words create the core of every successful sales and marketing campaign.
At first glance, Fortune's Best Workplaces for Millennials seems off. Upon closer inspection, however, it all makes sense--and there are some good lessons for business owners in satisfying employees of all ages.
Sears, eBay, Wal-Mart and Etsy said Tuesday that they would remove Confederate flag merchandise from their websites.
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The Guggenheim this week unveiled a winning design for its planned Helsinki location, although much remains before the project is finalized. As part of his participation in Inc.'s annual Design Awards earlier this spring, Troy Conrad Therrien, the museum's curator of architecture and digital initiatives, discussed how the Guggenheim was approaching the selection process.
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British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver worries that a 40 percent failure rate is terrible. But isn't it wonderful?
Awesomeness is contagious.
In order to be an entrepreneur, you don't have to create something new. Simply figure out how to improve on something that is broken.
Surveys don't mean jack.
The venture firm with the best track record for spotting billion-dollar businesses may surprise you.