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3 Signs It's Time to Move on From Your Startup (and How to Get That Move Started)

You'd think you'd have your exit strategy planned 10 years in advance of a sale. Unfortunately, most founders don't.

Terry Lammers

Why Exit Strategy Matters

Venture entrepreneurship is a high-risk game, but it has two extreme forms

After the Exit Ramp: Preparing for a Smooth Reentry Into the Workforce

Technology moves fast and people who have left jobs to raise children may be left behind. But there are ways to catch up.

Sandy Mobley

Are Family Offices Fueling Startup's Growth in India?

Globally family offices are investing in startups since decades but it was until recently the trend started picking up in India

Vanita D'souza

Your Startup Is Dying -- Now What?

At a certain point, your best move is to admit defeat and move on.

David Teten

How to Make a Successful Business Sale, in Six Steps

Don't just follow your instincts; lawyers, accountants and business advisers have an important role to play

Jana Matthews

Why You Should Resist the Allure of an Early Exit

Startups that are ready to become global brands don't have to settle -- they simply need to put their own plans first and build the future they see for themselves.

Brady Fletcher

The NYC Bagel Shop That Blew Up Thanks to 'Shark Tank' Just Got Acquired for $34 Million

Bantam Bagels won funding from Lori Greiner to expand its business to retail.

Even If You Don't Plan to IPO, You Should Run Your Business Like a Public Company

Any startup can learn from how Spotify, Dropbox and Uber prepared to go public.

Karen Dempsey

They Were Acquired ... and Then the Buyer Went Bust

The apparel startup Richer Poorer thought it had found the perfect deal, but then everything went wrong.

The Downside of Greed: 90 Percent of Nothing Is Nothing

If you focus on making a bigger pie, you don't have to worry about the size of your slice.

Keith Krach

How to Ensure an Amicable Exit for an Employee

How you handle the exit of an employee also speaks volumes about your company culture

Sanchita Dash