Ray Hennessey is editorial director of Entrepreneur.com. He writes frequently on leadership, management, politics and economics.
Tolstoy never ran a business and faced a world different from ours. But entrepreneurs can learn a lot from him.
The criticism of Uber's disruption of Lyft is misplaced. We should all be so competitive.
Culture can be a wonderful selling point to attract new employees and customers. But it might also be a cultural hegemony as corrosive as saying you only want a third of your workforce to be women.
Uber's recent hiring is a wakeup call to those idealistic enough to believe they don't need to fight City Hall.
The Taxis of the Marne show what good leadership can do to tip the scales in your favor.
The numbers that critics use to paint a damaging picture of Silicon Valley need to be viewed in context.
The latest GDP figures prove that the policies of the last six years are targeting the wrong culprits.
An important shift in who actually subsidizes out-of-control tuition inflation seems like a good first step.
Marcus will run the messaging business for Facebook after leaving the eBay unit after three years.
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.