Ray Hennessey is editorial director of Entrepreneur.com. He writes frequently on leadership, management, politics and economics.
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Social good flows through the arteries of all entrepreneurship. It's time we recognize that business is not a bad thing.
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The scientific journey of a beloved but maligned dinosaur should make you feel better about your own path.
The real leaders are those who take action.
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Grant Cardone's latest venture is a reality show based around his need for finding better talent.
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The more we try not to offend in marketing, the more people we encounter who find offense to everything.
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An entrepreneur squandered an opportunity most innovators only dream about. This is unforgivable.
Paramount has pulled the plug on theaters' answer to 'The Interview' fiasco.
After Sony's 'The Interview' is cancelled, a theater finds a creative marketing hook to fight back.
The lamentations of how McDonald's will somehow hurt Cuba are misplaced. You should be cheering on the Golden Arches.
Techstars, AlleyNYC and Entrepreneur are working together on a bi-monthly pitch night.