Most Americans agree that government is broken. But only a few brave entrepreneurs have tried to fix it -- and their efforts rarely go well. Brigade's experienced leaders think they can do better.
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Is a background in business essential to running the country? Here are several former presidents who transitioned from the boardroom to the Oval Office.
The billionaire candidate believes in himself 100 percent. Can you say the same about yourself?
Despite the severity of the crisis, Congress has not made resolving it a priority, and the issue has been barely mentioned in presidential debates.
Pushing higher tariffs may win Trump some votes, but his politics would yield awful economic policy.
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This year, every entrepreneur's resolution should be to get more involved with local and state lawmakers.
Sorry, Mr. President. Companies that treat their employees well are the rule in American business, not the exception.
Jordan Zimmerman, founder of Zimmerman Advertising, offers his views on who would most help businesses in America.
You may have to bring extra documentation to the airport depending on how your state is complying with new security standards.
Relations are thawing, but entrepreneurs should tread carefully.
Longtime White House communications director Dan Pfeiffer will serve as the popular crowdfunding platform's VP of communications and policy.
True leaders understand the limitations inherent in power and choose to view their role as one of influence.
The country's divisions can be fixed, provided the next president brings some serious leadership[ chops to the table.