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The actress and entrepreneur has cofounded enough ventures to know that whatever sets you apart will guide you toward success.
I Was a Refugee From Post-WWII Europe. Today, My Green Card Reminds Me That My Success Was Never Guaranteed.
It was only an entry ticket to the great game.
The Pandemic Created 'Childcare Deserts,' and This Bilingual Education Company Is Stepping In to Fill the Void
Canadian brand Maple Bear had been eyeing expansion to the U.S. for a while, but changing demographics during the pandemic finally made the time right.
They keep the tunes coming and the bugs at bay.
It's possible to save on experts like lawyers, accountants and designers while not putting your company at risk.
When My Company Botched Its New App Rollout, We Learned A Critical Lesson About How to Serve Customers.
Communication is everything.
When it comes to strategy, "emotion" is a dirty word. But experts say the data shows you should embrace your feelings when making tough calls.
Talking About Mental Health With Your Employees Isn't Enough. Here's How Six Founders Are Making a Real Difference.
It's a buzzy topic, but making a difference in your workers' lives requires more than having a conversation.
We talked to founders of three companies that made the leap.
From fostering "community praise" to creating "mind movies," your answers suggest that inspiration is something to seek with intention.
This Founder Wanted to Infuse a Marshmallow With Chocolate, for a Better S'More. He Had No Idea How Hard That Would Be.
Michael Tierney, the founder of Stuffed Puffs, learned that sometimes the simplest problems are the most complicated ones to solve.
These days, there are influencers for all kinds of niche communities.
You can't just encourage people to try things nilly-willy, says Aman Bhutani. Effective experimentation requires a system.
Uncertainty is part of any creative process, but humans are hardwired to avoid the discomfort of doubt.
Back in 2018, Eric Mason made headlines when he began paying his employees a "living wage." On this side of the great recession, his experience could be a roadmap for other fast food franchises.
Many of the inventions that changed our world were useless for a long time.
Inspirational sayings don't have to be, well, "inspired." Knowing what will resonate with others is an art and a science.
It's easy to feel like each opportunity could be the last, but that's not usually the case.
Cognitive scientist and president of Barnard College Sian Beilock discusses how we "get in our own way" when it matters most and shares strategies to help prepare for success when the stakes are high.
Vegetarian in 30 minutes or less: how quick service restaurants are diving headfirst into the plant-based food space.