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College

Ask the Expert

Forget College Dropout: Why Staying in School Can Be a Huge Advantage for Entrepreneurs.

Here are three reasons staying in school can help in the development of your business opportunity.
Young Entrepreneurs

4 Ways to Bootstrap Your Way Through College

It's possible to graduate with little or no debt. Here's how.
Money

Why Amazon Wants to Help You Save Money On Student Loans

The ecommerce giant is offering discounted student loans in a bid to grow its Prime Student subscription program, but is it a smart move?
Low-Cost Business Ideas

9 Low-Cost Business Ideas for College Students

It can be difficult for students to balance a part-time job with a heavy class schedule. Here's a list of 9 low-cost business ideas for under $100.
College Graduates

How to Adapt Life After College

As many students start to graduate from college, they enter a totally new phase in their lives.
Business Skills

6 Business Skills They Didn't Teach You In College

Important lessons entrepreneurs must learn if they're going to have a successful business.
worth-knowing

From College Startup to $100 Million

Realize what kind of executive you are and what kind of company you want to build, and stay true to that.
Take It From The Pros

Forget Your Degree. Start a Business.

Surprisingly, 'The History of Domesticated Animals' won't provide any real value to most people in their careers.
Commencement addresses

Peter Thiel Commencement Speech, Hamilton College, May 2016 (Transcript)

Peter Thiel, investor and co-founder of Palantir and PayPal, spoke about unconventional paths at the Hamilton College Commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 22, 2016.
Starting a Business

7 Reasons to Start a Business While in College

There are pros and cons to life as a student entrepreneur, but play your cards right and maybe you'll be the next Mark Zuckerberg.
Young Entrepreneurs

Can the Next Wave of Young Entrepreneurs Even Afford to Attend College?

The problematic debt of attending college demands an evolution in how society thinks about and approaches higher education.
Education

College is Good for Getting a Job but Not Necessarily for Getting Rich

Of the 400 wealthiest people in America, 27 have only a high school degree and 36 dropped out of college.