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On-Demand Companies Disrupted Entire Industries. Now They Are Being Disrupted.

Being first to market brings huge advantages, but the advantage doesn't last long.
Business Ideas

How to Make a Fortune With $100

Seven entrepreneurs share businesses you can start from practically nothing.
Employee Training

3 Ways Language Training Benefits Your Business

Learning a new language is a great benefit for employees that increases confidence and performance.
Team Work

The Myth of the 8-Second Attention Span

How to grab your audience's attention, even when they have infinite options.
Startups

The End of the Startup Era: 5 Ways to Save Your Business From Acquisition

It's not impossible to bypass M&A hunters, but it's not easy either.
Pitching Investors

VC Jeremy Liew on the Biggest Pitch Mistake He's Seen, and It's a Doozy

Plus, why you should never cram too much information into your initial pitch.
Leadership

How an NFL Linebacker Is Tackling the Business World-- the Gary Vaynerchuk Way

For Tennessee Titan linebacker Derrick Morgan, the desire to win isn't confined to the football field.
Business Ideas

My 10-Year-Old Came Up With My Business Idea -- Here's Why It Worked

How to decide if your 'crazy' idea can be turned into a viable business
Masters of Scale

Why Being Lazy Might Be the Secret to a Successful Tech Startup

In fact, being "lazy" and copying a model that's already working is a great way to get started.
Inspiring Your Team

The Good Thing About an Antiquated Industry? Lots of Room to Innovate.

Fresh thinking is never more needed than when your business has existed for generations.
Business Ideas

The Most Brilliant Business Ideas

Check out some of our favorites from Entrepreneur's 'Brilliant Ideas' series in the magazine.
Take It From The Pros

Why MailChimp's Insane Fake Ad Campaign Paid Off

The company's 'Did You Mean MailChimp?' helped the email marketing platform reach 334 million people.