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Eskimos have dozens of words to describe snow. Business people have an equally vast vocabulary of euphemisms for meeting strangers in hopes of making some money.
The late Apple CEO was known for his harsh desire for the very best, encouraging others to push themselves beyond their comfort zones.
When you're building the life and business of your dreams, utilize these two methods of taking care of yourself.
Skinnyfatties believes tie widths should correlate with one's body type.
Some of these tools are abstract and more mental in nature, while others are concrete and tangible, but all will help you in various ways.
How one enterprising young man is attempting to commercialize autumn.
A growing number of people are trying to prove to investors, other startups and the world at large that it's possible to build a socially-minded business without necessarily having to be a non-profit.
This business expert says using social media to promote yourself is no way to grow a business. Find out what he suggests instead.
As the case for legalizing marijuana gains steam across the U.S., sex workers and activists are following suit, arguing that criminalizing their work does more harm than good.
KIND Snacks founder Daniel Lubetzky candidly talks about the failures and stories that shaped his company's $1 billion sales success.
Ohanian, an investor and advisor to at least 100 startups, joyfully warned an audience at the Entrepreneur360 about the travails of entrepreneurship.
Business owners with kids can feel like there is never enough time to do everything at work and at home.
Chance and fortune can play a role in success, but thinking things through plays a much bigger role.
The hitmaker discussed what fuels him in art and business.