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From Steve Jobs to Elon Musk, Similar Personality Traits Emerge: How Do Yours Compare?

The entrepreneurial personality type has been rigorously studied, and experts have identified shared traits that typify who is (or isn't) cut out for entrepreneurialism.

Joy Youell

Corporate Innovation Through Effective Startup Investing

Corporate investment is an efficient way to help meet a corporation's vision by harnessing the power of startup innovation.

Anis Uzzaman

Starting Your Own Business Requires a Mix of Courage, Moxie and a Dose of Naïveté

How to keep charging ahead even when you don't have all the answers.

John Lunny

Why I Don't Hire People Who Do Their Job

If a company is going to create real change, its employees must be innovative and go above and beyond in their work.

5 Things To Consider When Launching a Startup in a Highly Competitive Environment

No matter what niche you are entering, success is possible with the right strategy.

Alex Bozhin

For Startups, It Pays to Partner With a High-Quality VC, Even If You Give Up Some Equity

My research shows that the best VCs take more equity, but can nearly double the value of the companies they invest in.

Arthur Korteweg

What Should You Do With the Unvested Shares of Former Employees?

A startup law attorney explains how to manage unvested shares, and addresses the difference between stock and stock options.

Mital Makadia

What I Wish I Knew Before Bootstrapping My Startup

Here are some key strategies to focus on when bootstrapping a firm.

Varun Sharma

How to Go From Startup to Global Leader in 4 Steps

How does a garage startup achieve success on the world stage?

Carl Krumins