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He's the billionaire co-founder of LinkedIn, Greylock Partner, a mentor to many, and, starting in May, the host of a new podcast called 'Masters of Scale.' Here, Hoffman gives us an inside look at how he teaches entrepreneurs to grow successful businesses.
When Lauren Coles was diagnosed with a life- threatening condition called ectopic pregnancy, her life was full of regrets. Once she recovered, she decided to make a change.
When a menswear rental startup unexpectedly took off and sold out of its entire stock, its founders were forced to tackle a crippling supply-chain issue -- and angry customers.
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Pat Swisher was a brash young franchise titan until a stretch in federal prison changed the way he thought about business.
After raking in $100,000 every month, competitors opened up nearby, resulting in high times fading.
A new candy company wanted to present itself as fun and high-end. Its packaging sent a very different message.
A small-business owner took her original plan to Shark Tank before scrapping it and buying a franchise.
In its fourth season on HBO, the actor from the hit series 'Silicon Valley' talks about being okay with failure, his hatred for the phrase 'grilled to perfection' and four business ideas for founders.
An investor shares why he said yes to these founders.
Thinking he would be able to find success in a few short years, this founder learned the hard way that entrepreneurs must be in it for the long haul.
Stop focusing on a potential employee's resume and achievements.
Coverage can't be bought. You can send us stuff if you'd like, but that doesn't mean we'll write about you.
'Fail fast' may be a Silicon Valley motto, but that's not the case across Africa. Here, failure is often stigmatized. And yet, not talking about it is leading to even bigger failures.