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Amazon's Drone Rival: Weekly News
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Amazon's Drone Rival: Weekly News

Plus: Why Elon Musk, Steve Wozniak and Stephen Hawking are up in arms.
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The Greatest Business Lesson Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary Ever Learned
Entrepreneur Mindset

The Greatest Business Lesson Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary Ever Learned

He learned it early on and it shaped the rest of his life.
Mike Rowe: Freelancing Embodies the Entrepreneurial Spirit
Freelancers

Mike Rowe: Freelancing Embodies the Entrepreneurial Spirit

Just because you don't have aspirations to grow a company with massive scale doesn't mean you aren't an entrepreneur, the TV personality says.
Jason Fell
How Jack Ma and Robert Herjavec Confront Failure
Weekly Tips Roundup

How Jack Ma and Robert Herjavec Confront Failure

So, you've hit rock-bottom. Are you making the most of it?
Tanya Benedicto Klich
Bar Rescue's Jon Taffer Says 'Every Excuse Is BS'
Failure

Bar Rescue's Jon Taffer Says 'Every Excuse Is BS'

As an entrepreneur, making excuses simply masks your own failures, Taffer says. You need to be accountable.
Jason Fell
13 Facts About Jack Dorsey's Fabulous Life
Jack Dorsey

13 Facts About Jack Dorsey's Fabulous Life

Did you know he started programming at age 15 and built Twitter's prototype in 2000?
De Blasio Backs Off Proposed Uber Cap -- Your Weekly News
Weekly News Roundup

De Blasio Backs Off Proposed Uber Cap -- Your Weekly News

Plus: America's oldest Pizza Hut closes, teaching us the importance of changing consumer tastes.
Tanya Benedicto Klich
The Founder of Essie Reflects on the Evolution of Her Iconic Nail Polish Brand
If I Knew Then

The Founder of Essie Reflects on the Evolution of Her Iconic Nail Polish Brand

The cosmetics company founder Essie Weingarten reflects on the obstacles and triumphs of growing a business.
Nina Zipkin
Designing Wearables for People Who Don't Like Wearables
Wearable Tech

Designing Wearables for People Who Don't Like Wearables

Kegan Schouwenburg, the co-founder of a 3-D printed orthotic insoles startup, envisions a future where wearable tech is seamlessly integrated into what we're already wearing.
Laura Entis
For This Artist-Entrepreneur, 3-D Printing Expands Opportunities for Creativity and Professional Exposure
3-D Printing

For This Artist-Entrepreneur, 3-D Printing Expands Opportunities for Creativity and Professional Exposure

New York artist Rachel Goldsmith launched her professional career working with water-based and permanent inks but her recent work with the 3Doodler pen has opened up new horizons for her.
Catherine Clifford
Meaningful Tactics to Keep Customers Engaged: Your Weekly Tips
Weekly Tips Roundup

Meaningful Tactics to Keep Customers Engaged: Your Weekly Tips

Ditch the conventional "buy 10 get 1 free" tactic. Instead, adopt these tested strategies to keep followers engaged and loyal to your brand.
Tanya Benedicto Klich
What Uber Has Learned About Expansion, Hurdles and Growing Pains
Uber

What Uber Has Learned About Expansion, Hurdles and Growing Pains

In this video, Uber East Coast general manager Meghan Verena Joyce talks about the company's road to success.
Catherine Clifford
Turmoil at Reddit, and Shots of the Pluto Flyby: Weekly News
Weekly News Roundup

Turmoil at Reddit, and Shots of the Pluto Flyby: Weekly News

Plus: The sharing economy continues to grapple with the status of its workers.
Tanya Benedicto Klich
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