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It turns out that startups need superheroes, too. Here's the formula for the perfect team.
There are right ways and wrong ways to launch a successful startup. Here are 10 right ways.
Ratha Chaupoly and Ben Daitz, co-founders of the sandwich chain Num Pang, explain how 99 percent of people in the restaurant industry work 12-hour days for low pay.
Passion might be your compass, but as entrepreneur Jessica Abel puts it, this other ingredient will sustain you through business ups and downs
A global poll asks which country is best for starting a business. And, sorry, the U.S. doesn't top the list.
The best 20 things to enhance your life in the summer of 2016.
To succeed as an entrepreneur, taking care of yourself should be your number one priority.
Think that anyone who starts his or her own business is an entrepreneur? Think again.
For many businesses it's something that gets done when desperation kicks in.
Follow these steps to utilize your own storytelling narrative and be more authentic with your audience.
The founder of the financial planning startup LearnVest describes how she raised $41 million to turn her business idea into a reality.
Secrets to making the right hires for your company - every time.
You don't need to know golf to borrow this lesson and increase success at your startup.
You need a talented group of individuals to help you get to extraordinary success. Keep this list close at hand and make sure you and your colleagues are asking these questions every few months.
Tony Robbins, life coach and author of Money: Master the Game, explains why he decided to take the word 'depressed' out of his vocabulary.
If you want your introduction to be as impactful as possible, you need to stop making this one common mistake.
Are you ready to make the switch from corporate world to startup life?
Some of these leadership styles are effective, some are not. Where do you fit?
Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit, Blake Mycoskie, founder of TOMS, and other entrepreneurs describe the life and business lessons that helped them achieve success.
Pressing snooze might give you the impression you're getting more rest, but it can have serious work implications.