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Simple steps to get you thinking about your buyer, not your favorite features
Statistically, women are the minority in tech and leadership roles, but here's how they can change all that.
Minkoff got some tough love from both her boss and her parents when she was first starting out. That's when her brother Uri gave her the help she needed.
A successful serial entrepreneur and venture capital investor believes this is the next big growth market for US startups.
Barely anyone gives feedback after an interview. How would the world be different if they did?
Is Uber's CEO a truer representation of Silicon Valley values than, say, Apple's?
Siggi Hilmarsson, founder of Siggi's Dairy, explains why recent graduates shouldn't bother getting experience at a big company before launching their own venture.
A Shark, a futurist, and successful entrepreneurs have these top tips for tomorrow's would-be founders.
This year's 30 under 30 honorees are denting promising new sectors, from organic food to outer space.
What today's young founders do during their time away from work.
These young entrepreneurs are taking over the market. Get ready for gluten-free crackers and sustainable condoms.
How co-founders Alex Fenkell and Jordan Katzman used a teenage pain point to fuel their business.
This founder's zeal for pooch solved a problem people with pets have long shared: Kennels are just sad.
We all know how important confidence is in almost every aspect of our lives. So why not get more of it?
How to know when to quit by Chris Dessi
Need a product that sells without wasting time and money on development? Here's how to do it.
You can waste all your time trying to convince a skeptical VC if you want. But really, you're better off finding a believer.
Want to Raise Resilient Kids? Sheryl Sandberg Says She Learned to Do These Things, After Her Husband's Death
In a new book, the Facebook leader and bestselling author talks about facing her greatest challenge yet.
The reality of taxation in the corporate world is different than many think.
TED award-winning artist Wanuri Kahiu is making a serious mark creating African sci-fi movies. Her strategies on making a living are worth hearing