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How Your First Board of Directors Shapes Your Company
Board of Directors

How Your First Board of Directors Shapes Your Company

Extending control to others is a big step. Make sure you choose the right mix of leadership and industry experience.
Ray Zinn
Alphabet's Eric Schmidt: Entrepreneurs Risk It All to Change the World for the Better
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Alphabet's Eric Schmidt: Entrepreneurs Risk It All to Change the World for the Better

Tired of complacency, the chairman emphasized the importance of invention and collaboration to solve society's challenges at Google's first stockholders meeting as Alphabet.
Lydia Belanger
Facebook Hit With Lawsuit Over Plan to Issue New Stock
Facebook

Facebook Hit With Lawsuit Over Plan to Issue New Stock

The lawsuit says that Zuckerberg 'wishes to retain this power, while selling off large amounts of his stockholdings, and reaping billions of dollars in proceeds.'
Bezos Defends Amazon's Company Culture in Letter to Shareholders
Amazon

Bezos Defends Amazon's Company Culture in Letter to Shareholders

The message also praised the success of Amazon Web Service and Amazon Prime.
How to Infuse Social Entrepreneurship Into Your Business and Still Make a Buck
Social Entrepreneurship

How to Infuse Social Entrepreneurship Into Your Business and Still Make a Buck

Yes, you can make the world a better place and accomplish shareholder objectives at the same time.
Alane Adams
A Benefit Corporation Can Have a Positive Impact on the World -- and Still Make a Profit
Benefit Corporation

A Benefit Corporation Can Have a Positive Impact on the World -- and Still Make a Profit

Consider these five factors if you're interested in reincorporating to help social and environmental causes while maintaining your bottom line.
Gene Bulmash
HP Faces Counter Suit From Autonomy's Mike Lynch Over $11 Billion Deal
Legal Issues

HP Faces Counter Suit From Autonomy's Mike Lynch Over $11 Billion Deal

The CEO is suing HP for $150 million in damages accusing the company of making false and negligent statement about him.
Of Course Corporations Are People
Corporations

Of Course Corporations Are People

Big corporations are just small businesses that grew up. And they are all run by and for people.
Steve Tobak
Despite Big Fuel Savings, Airlines Don't Expect Lower Fares
Flying

Despite Big Fuel Savings, Airlines Don't Expect Lower Fares

Carriers in the U.S. said they will save millions of dollars in fuel costs, but won't be passing that savings along to passengers.
American Apparel Founder Dov Charney Is 'Suing Everyone'
American Apparel

American Apparel Founder Dov Charney Is 'Suing Everyone'

With supposedly only $100,000 in his bank account, majority shareholder Charney told a reporter he is going after all those who did him wrong.
Laura Entis
Lululemon Founder Won't Go Down Without a Fight
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Lululemon Founder Won't Go Down Without a Fight

Chip Wilson -- the yoga-retailer's founder and ousted Chairman -- is reportedly working with Goldman Sachs to gain more influence over the company he founded back in 1998.
Laura Entis
Done Deal: Red Lobster Restaurant Chain Sold for $2.1 Billion
Red Lobster

Done Deal: Red Lobster Restaurant Chain Sold for $2.1 Billion

Golden Gate Capital, a private equity firm with experience in the restaurant industry, picks up the casual dining seafood chain from Darden Restaurants, Inc.
Laura Entis
How Being Both the Chief Executive and Chief Shareholder Doesn't Always Mix
Growth Strategies

How Being Both the Chief Executive and Chief Shareholder Doesn't Always Mix

Usually, it is best to be the boss and biggest shareholder. But there are three ways it could hurt your business.
Jay Turo