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There are hundreds of reasons why aspiring entrepreneurs never take the plunge. Here are some of the worst -- and why they don't hold water.
No overnight success, James Dyson spent 27 years in debt, legal wrangles and redesigns before his floor cleaner broke through. What kept him going? Fear of failure and a love of bringing ideas to life.
Social media success story Gary Vaynerchuk explains why he usually hires those with a toolbox of skills over one well-honed expertise.
How the Jibo robot went from an adorable social robot in a video to an actual startup that will ship a product this summer.
Reliable results and reliable relationships are the payoff for building an accountable team culture.
When a coworker is goofing off and you're picking up the slack, should you tell your manager what's going on?
Everything in business begins with closing a sale. And if you can't sell yourself, you won't have a business. How can you turn a losing self-pitch into a winner?
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As an entrepreneur, it's incredibly important that you recognize the times when you need to Step Up and the times that you need to Step Back. Here's how you know when to do what.
Sen. Ted Cruz says he'd like to do it if he becomes president. But experts say it would be awfully hard to do.
In a real way, a business coach is similar to a sports coach in that your coach's role is to help you focus, plan, prepare, execute, and regroup so that you get the results you're committed to in your business.
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We've compiled seven addresses that seem to have startup mojo for those willing to pay the price.
Robinhood isn't exactly stealing from the rich to give to the poor, but the stock-trading startup is giving investors a way to trade for free
Workplace romance is a fact of life. If you've found love at the office--or if you're thinking about it--following a few basic guidelines can keep your success on track.
Payal Kadakia couldn't find a ballet class that she could attend after work--so she created a search engine to do it for her.
Budding entrepreneurs can learn a thing or two (or three, or four...) from this master debunker of conventional wisdom.
Working for yourself can feel very, very lonely. But it doesn't have to be.
Here are fifteen marketing strategies that will definitely spark your creative energy.
Venture capital funding is becoming less available to tech companies as other sources of funding increase.