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If you are waiting for the perfect time you'll wait forever
Without it, you'll never get to where you want to be.
There are five things you do all the time and don't realize that they are the riskiest behaviors. In fact, they are more likely to kill you per hour of exposure than perceived risky activities like riding motorcycles, parachuting and scuba diving.
Just ask the guy who pays all of his employees a minimum of $70,000 a year.
The skies are looking bleak for Silicon Valley's will-it-or-won't-it "tech bubble." Prepare your business now so you don't get left in the storm.
Unless you've been preparing all along to sell your business, it may make sense to keep it .
Here's why I kicked the social media news habit--and why you should, too.
For new designers, where you are matters almost as much as what you make.
When you can't swing egg freezing and "baby cash" bonuses, consider more modest options that employees will appreciate.
The CEO of Ovenly, a wholesale and retail bakery, asks about strategies for smart growth.
Depression and entrepreneurship have some eerily similar impacts on the mind.
Go for a walk, take a nap--or raise a glass.
Paleta's Kelly Boyer runs a burgeoning food delivery startup up. And when she needs a break, she grabs her surfboard.
RockPaperRobot founder Jessica Banks walks us through her big decisions: where to manufacture, whom to partner with and what materials to use.
AvroKO's work is gorgeous, influential and singular. How its four founders run the successful company is just as unique.
Make your employees more creative by rethinking where they work.
Take these tips from founders who have lived through prior bubble bursts to prepare your company for the next one.
The secret to winning the best workers from bigger and more glamorous cities may be simpler than you think.
Turns out Watson, IBM's big-data program, is also a startup incubator.
On-demand founders are stuck between providing customers with a quality, low-cost experience and antiquated labor laws.