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Entrepreneur Magazine: September 2017

Featured Article

How Glossier Hacked Social Media to Build A Cult-Like Following

Former blogger Emily Weiss had a hunch: If she could translate women's real needs into products, she could build a beauty company unlike any other.

Ken Burns Talks About Leadership, Productivity and Achieving Immortality Through Storytelling

With his latest opus due out this month and a half-dozen more films on the way, the director and historian Ken Burns has learned a lot about how to manage big teams through even bigger projects.

Want the Upper Hand? Ask the Dumb Questions.

Take it from a journalist: You can learn a lot when you shelve your ego.

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How the CEO of Smoothie King Went From Small-Business Owner to Wearing the Crown

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How Two Friends Disrupted the Cashmere Industry, by Doing What Nobody Else Would

The founders behind Naadam took out the middleman in the cashmere world, creating a win-win for the company and the herders.
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By trying to create a luxe water bottle for the masses, Grayl built a product no audience wanted.
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