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What Young People Must Know About Entrepreneurship
Young Entrepreneurs

What Young People Must Know About Entrepreneurship

To prompt more teens and college kids to consider starting a business as a viable career option, clue them in to the following critical factors.
Miles Jennings
Create Side-Hustle Income by Teaching What You Already Know
Education

Create Side-Hustle Income by Teaching What You Already Know

Do you aspire to earn more than your current salary? It can be easier than you think. Share your wisdom in a course.
Meiko Patton
Duolingo, the Chart-Topping Language App, Unveils a Platform for Teachers
Growth Strategies

Duolingo, the Chart-Topping Language App, Unveils a Platform for Teachers

The new classroom dashboard is just one way the learning startup wants to make education more accessible for everyone.
Nina Zipkin
4 Great Reasons to Join Entrepreneurial Organizations
Networking

4 Great Reasons to Join Entrepreneurial Organizations

It can be hard to explain the challenges that the solo nature of this pursuit, so find others like you.
Eric Siu
5 Ways to Sustain a Long-Term Career Focus
Careers

5 Ways to Sustain a Long-Term Career Focus

Make the decision to run a marathon and then prepare, run, recover and repeat the process several times over. Use these guidelines to stay focused on the big picture.
Marty Fukuda
There's Now a Course on the Art of Selfies
Social Media

There's Now a Course on the Art of Selfies

A U.K. education institute is offering a class on the 'art of self-portraiture.'
Nina Zipkin
Meet Dash and Dot, Robot Toys That Teach Kids How to Code
Robots

Meet Dash and Dot, Robot Toys That Teach Kids How to Code

A crowdfunding success story, Wonder Workshop makes robots that teach coding lessons through music, mazes, paths and puzzles.
Nina Zipkin
For the Startup-Minded, Debating the Pros and Cons of College
Alleynyc

For the Startup-Minded, Debating the Pros and Cons of College

I'm successful, and I have a lot of thoughts on the value of education. In the end, there are good things and bad.
Jason Saltzman
Marissa Mayer 'Balked' at Hiring Gwyneth Paltrow for Yahoo Food Because She Didn't Graduate From College
Marissa Mayer

Marissa Mayer 'Balked' at Hiring Gwyneth Paltrow for Yahoo Food Because She Didn't Graduate From College

In developing Yahoo's myriad tech products, Mayer obsessively references data and metrics. In honing the company's media strategies, however, she prefers to go with her gut.
Geoff Weiss
In 2015, Be the Best at Getting Better
Goals

In 2015, Be the Best at Getting Better

Here's a goal that can apply both to your company's flourishing or personal growth.
Dharmesh Shah
Erase the Line Between Cause and Marketing
Charity

Erase the Line Between Cause and Marketing

The need to keep corporate-social-responsibility efforts distinct from pure promotion may be vanishing.
Derek Newton
Saxbys and Drexel Team Up to Promote Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship Programs

Saxbys and Drexel Team Up to Promote Entrepreneurship

Saxby's founder Nick Bayer talks about the one-of-a-kind program and why he wishes there was one for himself years ago.
Carly Okyle
Balance Fun and Productivity at the Year's End
Management

Balance Fun and Productivity at the Year's End

Fourth quarter is too important for everyone to just let go. Here's how to rally for results while reveling.
Jerry Jao
How to Avoid Becoming a Victim of Ageism
Older Workers

How to Avoid Becoming a Victim of Ageism

No matter how old you are, as long as your skills are relevant in today's workforce, you should be safe.
Deborah Mitchell