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The $1.25 billion company spent 18 months secretly working on its second-ever product. Is it the beginning of a new fitness revolution?
What Terry Crews -- former NFL player, artist, actor, author and now celebrated furniture designer -- has learned about taking chances, harnessing creativity and barreling ahead.
Parents need a lot of help holding it all together -- and increasingly, they're getting that help from franchises.
In times of crisis, some entrepreneurs are finding that their greatest support system is their customer base.
Giving people a second chance can be good for your operation.
Finding someone to support your business is about more than facts and figures on a term sheet.
To understand how his impact spreads beyond the walls of his own operation, we asked four Amazon alumni to look back on the priceless lessons they learned from the boldest man they know.
Amol Kohli used to wash dishes at Friendly's as a teenager. Today, he's an owner.
Don't worry about annoying your customers. The data says they don't hate email.
When Alli Webb launched Drybar in 2010, she invented a new industry -- and now the competition is heating up.
The more we take risks and search for new passions, the more versatile and capable and satisfied we'll be tomorrow.
You need to create criteria, be patient, thorough and know your weaknesses.