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Funding is going disproportionately to the biggest, best established businesses. We have to change that.
The collapse of a business taught one founder that the character of the people he hired mattered more than their skills when the crunch came.
Partial owners of a company have a vested interest not only in their own performance but in the long-term success of the whole company.
Consider Google's simple mission statement which says, 'Don't be evil.'
Successful startup founders weigh in with tips on how a strong culture builds a company that lasts.
The employee you have to keep the closest eye on is yourself.
New businesses are affected by so many unpredictable variables that it's amazing anyone ever gets it right.