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'Love Actually' Director Richard Curtis: 'To Make Things Happen, You Have to Make Things'

The famed writer and director shares the creative philosophy that has helped raised more than $1 billion for charity with his organization Comic Relief.

Nina Zipkin

How to Turn Your Good Idea Into a Great One

A former Silicon Valley VC leads this course on fool-proof idea validation.

General Mills Claims to Sell a 'First of Its Kind' Product That Has Been Eaten by Native Americans for Hundreds of Years

Epic Provisions, owned by the food giant, took credit for creating a buffalo meat and dried fruit bar, but Native Americans have been eating it for hundreds of years. Another company also debuted a similar product years before.

Here's How the Entrepreneur Behind Carvana Got the Idea That's Revolutionizing the Way We Buy Cars

'If nobody thinks you're crazy, you probably aren't on to anything truly novel.'

Patrick Carone

The Entrepreneur Behind Popchips Hopes to Have Another Hit With Rice Made From Vegetables

Keith Belling's RightRice, made of lentils, chickpeas and peas, will be available today nationwide on Amazon and at Whole Foods stores.

5 Steps to Create an Idea-Generating Culture

No matter where you are as a business, you'll need a culture that you can rely on to generate innovative ideas.

Risto Siilasmaa

What Do You Do When You Have Too Many Ideas?

Kentech CEO Kenneth Coats says his biggest challenge has been simplifying processes.

BizCast

How Do You Get People to Believe in Your Business? Tell a Good Story.

A lot of people have good ideas -- but it's often those with the best stories who are able to set themselves apart.

Jyoti Bansal

Successful Leaders Know They Can Learn From Everyone at Their Company

Smart leaders ditch the top-down, mentor-mentee mindset, creating a culture driven by ideas -- wherever on the organizational chart they happen to come from.

The Best Entrepreneurs Are Dreamers Who Can Match Their Vision With Reality

It's your job to think big, but you need to fit your big ideas into the framework of a successful business.

Scott Oldford