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Amy S. Choi

Amy S. Choi is a freelance journalist based in Brooklyn, N.Y. Her work has appeared in BusinessWeek, Women’s Wear Daily and the Wall Street Journal, among other publications. She is currently working on a book about her travels through the developing world

13 Recent Stories

Is it Time to Give Up? How to Know for Sure.

Is it Time to Give Up? How to Know for Sure.

You’ve worked hard, but it might be time to take what you’ve learned and use those lessons to fuel a new project. Our experts explain how to take stock of the situation.
January 8, 2014 in Go Forward
Breaking Up With a Client: What to Say

Breaking Up With a Client: What to Say

If you need to end a business relationship, our experts have suggestions to make those difficult conversations go a little easier.
November 26, 2013 in Go Forward
3 Ways to Re-Engage Your Employees

3 Ways to Re-Engage Your Employees

Our experts tell you how to get your staff, your most important asset, to reconnect to your company and your goals.
November 23, 2013 in Human Resources
Difficult Conversations: What Not to Say

Difficult Conversations: What Not to Say

Avoid common pitfalls that can make hard conversations even harder.
November 13, 2013 in Human Resources
4 Innovators, 4 Ways to Get Inspired

4 Innovators, 4 Ways to Get Inspired

These scientists, artists and athletes share their tried and tested routes to finding a creative spark.
October 25, 2013 in Starting a Business
You're Not a Tiny Startup Anymore, So Stop Hiring Like One

You're Not a Tiny Startup Anymore, So Stop Hiring Like One

In this case study, the Canadian social media company Hootsuite realized that its hiring process was holding the fast-growing company back.
June 11, 2013 in Growth Strategies
When a Family Business Should Outsource Human Resources

When a Family Business Should Outsource Human Resources

In this case study, Philadelphia's Buzz Marketing hired a pro to handle HR, saving the owner time and tension over family hires.
May 7, 2013 in Growth Strategies
To Boost Efficiency, Rethink Company Culture

To Boost Efficiency, Rethink Company Culture

In this case study, telecom startup Grasshopper explains how rethinking its values helped realign the company's goals, reduce turnover and find the cash to reinvest in itself.
April 17, 2013 in Growth Strategies
Fresh Idea: The Unlikely Inspiration Behind Food-Saver FreshPaper

Fresh Idea: The Unlikely Inspiration Behind Food-Saver FreshPaper

Kavita Shukla spoke at the Women in the World Summit today about finding inspiration in uncommon places.
April 5, 2013 in Business Ideas
Fresh Off the Boat's Eddie Huang on Keeping It Real

Fresh Off the Boat's Eddie Huang on Keeping It Real

The outspoken owner of BaoHaus restaurant in New York talks about Taiwanese buns, hustling and challenging stereotypes.
February 25, 2013 in Profiles
Teaching Girls to Code

Teaching Girls to Code

A failed congressional campaign inspired Reshma Saujani to launch Girls Who Code, a non-profit that seeks to address the gender gap in technology.
February 1, 2013 in Profiles
PopTech's Andrew Zolli on Resilience and Solving World Problems

PopTech's Andrew Zolli on Resilience and Solving World Problems

The executive director of PopTech, which hosts an annual conference in Camden, Maine, talks about trends in social entrepreneurship and how to thrive amid disruption.
January 9, 2013 in Exploring New Markets
The 'White African' and Nairobi's Tech Hub

The 'White African' and Nairobi's Tech Hub

Erik Hersman, son of American missionaries, talks about developing an ecosystem for entrepreneurs in Kenya's flourishing tech community.
November 20, 2012 in News and Trends