- My NYPL
Tools and Services
- Using the Library
I am a...
- Classes & Events
- Support the Library
Inc.com, the daily resource for entrepreneurs.
Updated: 26 min 2 sec ago
If you look at the at some of the wealthiest individuals they live more frugal lives and have big bank accounts as a result
Great strategy isn't what separates the great companies from all the rest. It's the companies who figure out how to execute on delivering a simple strategy in a highly repeatable way that returns quality to customers and value to investors that truly stand apart.
Cancer was a journey for Greg Roper. It taught him not only how to be grateful, he learned a few valuable business lessons too.
Munchery's Tri Tran drew on his experience growing up in Vietnam--and his escape from the country--to develop the food-delivery business.
The star of CNBC's 'The Profit' tells Scott Weiner, founder of Scott's Pizza Tours, that he can increase revenue without increasing customer volume. Here's how.
While governments struggle with an influx of refugees, businesses are also jumping in with aid.
Check out this interactive graphic for notable stats on the fastest-growing companies in America.
Great leaders don't give in to these bad habits, and neither should you.
The small business lending firm, which recently raised $110 million in a June funding round, now offers discounted loans to members of WeWork, a national co-working landlord.
From the big changes to the little habits, here's how to eliminate frustrations and improve your life.
Don't act like a job-hunter. Act like an entrepreneur who has something valuable and rare to sell.
Most companies use email to contact potential customers. If those emails contain these trite phrases, they're less likely to get a response.
You might not expect this one factor that appears to influence love. But experts say it does.
For startups, it's better focus on building virality within our products than using traditional marketing.
The controversial social media star shares his tips for helping brands reach young people.
Turns out, the larger a company gets, the harder it is for a CEO to exert his or her influence through sheer charisma or cult of personality.
Self-doubt can hinder your employees' performance, and encouragement and compliments won't work against a negative inner voice. Here's how to get your employees to rise to the occasion.
If you plan on raising money from investors, don't go into it blind. Do the necessary research and get prepared.
New research suggests one's creditworthiness might also indicate his or her potential as a business partner.
You've found the source of funding that you've been waiting for. Missing this one step could turn the biggest opportunity of your entrepreneurial career into a disaster.