Already subscribed? Manage account hereSubscribe Now
She wanted the fragrance industry to be more transparent.The fragrance industry said no. So the actress took matters into her own hands.
It was taken when he received his 28th order, and today reminds him to work through the inevitable hard times.
Growing a team is an important (and intimidating) step for a startup. And when money is tight, the pressure is on to get every hire right.
Reaching customers (and potential franchisees) is part art, part science. Three industry vets offer advice on finding a marketing and social media firm that strikes the right balance.
I had a great product. An immediate financial winner. But you know that gut feeling? Here's what I found out. (Trust me, it was painful.)
What if working long hours, living on Slack, and growing as fast as possible isn't the best way to run a business? The founders of Basecamp are pretty sure they have the answer.
Melissa Butler knew her line of brightly colored lipsticks would be a hit. So when the beauty industry ignored her, she kept moving forward.
The investor breaks down what makes her want to invest in a brand, today's biggest opportunities, and how the tech world is about so much more than technology.
Owning an innovative technology is just one part of building a successful startup.
At Chief, the Club for Female Executives, High-Powered Women Aim to Break the Glass Ceiling -- For Good
Take a peak inside the network's TriBeCa clubhouse, where female execs from HBO, Amazon and Instagram come together.
Tech companies often only want to work on the buzziest projects. But if they put aside their egos, they'd discover a far wider world of opportunity.
Paul Flick wants to serve a homeowner's every need -- which is why his company Premium Service Brands is always expanding.
Many have tried to launch a new sports league. Few have succeeded. But that hasn't discouraged the star, who's trying to revolutionize his sport by competing against the league he once played for.
The storied company's new CEO is tackling a big challenge: a recognizable brand but a declining business.
He bought his first Applebee's 20 years ago, and since then has redefined what's possible in the franchise industry. His philosophy: Be different, then go big.
Grownup founders can learn plenty from their teenage counterparts.