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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.
"If I didn't sell beer, I couldn't make my alimony and I was going to jail," says Jim Koch, founder of the Sam Adams brewing company.
Megan Tamte was living her lifelong dream of motherhood--and she was miserable. Launching Evereve turned everything around.
Dan Price caused an uproar by paying his employees a minimum salary of $70,000. Now he wants to turn that uproar into a revolution.
Shoe designer Kenneth Cole took his company public in 1994, but he took it private again in 2012 so he could re-infuse it with the creativity that made it famous.
"Rejection doesn't mean you aren't good enough; it means the other person failed to notice what you have to offer." -Mark Amend.
These young founders share the insights and advice that got them where they are so fast.
These are the states were women in private business reign supreme.
Demand is so strong, you don't need a computer science degree or work history.
You're going to need help--so here's a short list of places to go to get you started.
Financial freedom is often one of the major struggles and goals that we deal with.
Myths and misunderstandings about productivity abound. Believing them is slowing you down.
Honestly, there are a lot more than 17 times when we wish people would just be quiet--but here are a few to get us started.
If given the chance to go back in time, what would you have done differently in your business life?
Some companies will do anything to get you to work for them. Here's how to spot a bad situation before it's too late..
The latest entrant to the sharing economy is co-living. Meet the founder who is bringing the concept to 19 people in New York City.
Another disappointing quarter for one of the original Internet companies raises the question of what's reasonable to expect from a business.