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The founder of Tesla, SpaceX and SolarCity is quite the enigma.
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How This 30-Year-Old Became a Mainstay of the 'Weird Corner of YouTube' With His 'Short' and 'Snackable' Sketch Comedy Videos
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In Leaked Memo to Snap Employees, CEO Evan Spiegel Argues Snap's Competitive Advantage Is That It's Not a Social Media Company
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The open space and cross-departmental gatherings creates an office culture where colleagues are constantly learning from each other.
This Lyft Employee's Entrepreneurial Past Inspired Her to Create a Business Pitch Competition for Lyft Drivers
Lyft recently surveyed its drivers and learned that nearly one-fifth of them run or aspire to run a company.
Since Venmo took off, Magdon-Ismail has combined his passions with the lessons he learned from the successful payments company.
Micky Onvural says that her being a woman is exactly why she's fit to help the menswear brand fulfill its mission of breaking traditional gender stereotypes.
Papa John's Files Trademark to Lose Its Apostrophe and Spotlights New 'Papas' Who Aren't Its Founder
Grammar is only one tactic the pizza chain is using to distance itself from John Schnatter.
Monique Idlett-Mosley is working to change the narrative around success.
The chef and entrepreneur won't settle for anything less than perfection -- which is why she spent two years developing a single cake recipe.