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The head of a marketing firm writes about managing his business while rushing to parent/teacher conferences.
The people who succeed as entrepreneurs are the ones who could not be worn down no matter how many times they heard "no.''
The Richest Man in Babylon may have been about a merchant in ancient times, but the wisdom still applies today.
To make it in the Valley, you need to focus on building a diverse team while maintaining roots in your country.
Sure, there's always reading, learning and writing, but these odd things also boost my skills and creativity.
Facebook, Airbnb and Microsoft announced new plans to hire more women and minorities. More than 90 startups were represented at the event.
The intrepid Ohio entrepreneur convinced 'Joltin Joe' DiMaggio to stump for Mr. Coffee, even though the legendary centerfielder never touched the stuff it brewed.
These are the places where startup dreams come easier and cheaper, but can still pay off big.
It's hard to be a perfectionist when you are an entrepreneur. Frankly, it's also often counterproductive.
To turn failure into a gift and grow through the tough times instead of just casually going through them, you must begin to start focusing on ways to actually resolve the situation.
The man who took his family wine business from $3 million to $60 million provides a lot of valuable information to entrepreneurs.
Geoffrey Kent has created unique and rare excursions for Bill and Melinda Gates, Sting and other power players.
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