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Employment is like any other aspect of business. People are looking to trade their skills and resources to a company that can offer them meaningful compensation.
Follow these tips to ensure that your founder's exit -- should that event occur -- doesn't take your company along with it.
Don't weep for those cashiers. They're headed to more productive, better-paying jobs. And you're headed to better customer service.
Stick with appealing to a niche audience before building out. Here are three ways how.
Rather than a threat, the rise of more intelligent machines represents an opportunity to disrupt the economic status quo through automation.
Companies that are able to vary pricing without upsetting customers in the process stand to gain quite a bit.
Entrepreneurs can stick to their static business models or learn from Amazon's innovation mindset.
The entrepreneurial community should be watching this deal with bated breath for the revolutionary retail repercussions sure to come.
By pairing software and hardware in inventive new ways, visionary companies can disrupt even the most disjointed or stagnant industry.
Affordable Care Act
Instead of trying to replace Obamacare, let's let entrepreneurs play a prominent role in fixing our broken healthcare system.
Entrepreneurs rarely make smooth transitions into managerial roles as their startups mature. Utilize these four strategies to successfully make that leap.
Find success as an entrepreneur the way Metallica has done for, yes, three-plus decades.
Some entrepreneurs try to replicate the magic of today's blockbuster companies. They shouldn't: Those companies are built on an extremely shaky business model, or no model at all.