Ray Hennessey is editorial director of Entrepreneur.com.
The movie is 30 years old, but the business principles underlying it are timeless. Really.
With $1.2 billion from Fidelity and others, Uber sets the bar for other private companies in VC funding.
On the 10th anniversary of the Gipper's death, we present some of his best thoughts on American business.
Failure is always an option. Eisenhower knew that, even on D-Day.
Google is being forced to erase the worst of who we are. We should be embracing that side of us.
There's still a lot of worry about adding new employees, but the pace of hiring is at an eight-year high.
We all want positive employees. But employer policies that mandate that attitude now are unlawful.
The market can regulate products or businesses better than any bureaucrat. Just ask a babysitter.
New data show new business growth has slowed since 2008. It shouldn't be hard to see why.
The entrepreneurial spirit of the American worker continues to erode, and the policy response is just plain wrong.
Board of Directors
Gurbaksh Chahal assaulted his girlfriend, but firing him took more guts by the board than you think.
How many of you have paid someone less because of their gender? Didn't think so.
The billionaire investor is dishing some pointed advice to Box, which he helped get off the ground.
A challenge to Obamacare will decide whether companies are really people, too, and can express religious values.
Don't be fooled by the obituaries that suggest the comedian never achieved the success he sought. He knew better, and that is a lesson for us.