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4 Strategic Business Lessons You Can Take From 'The Queen's Gambit'

Here's how you can use a (fictional) chess grandmaster's moves to beat the competition.

Do Quibi's Problems Come Down to a Confusing Name?

Terrible timing has certainly contributed to a difficult start for Jeffrey Katzenberg's mobile-video platform, but maybe it isn't just that.

Brad Flowers

What I Learned From Mr. Rogers About Disrupting While Being Disrupted

'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood' provided the clarity I needed on how we can weather this, or any, crisis.

Patti Fletcher

The Crime-Show Tactic That Will Win You Bigger Deals

You need to scale up your sales influence to win weightier accounts at larger firms. Here's how.

Ellen DeGeneres Is the New-Era Example Business Leaders Can Learn From

The beleaguered talk show host's public-facing apology is a testament to putting a stake in the ground and pledging new intentions.

Caroline Stokes

10 Fictional TV Small Businesses and the Lessons They Offer

Think you can't learn a thing or two from Gus Fring or the 'Schitt's Creek' gang? Think again.

Scott Greenberg

'Daily Show' Creator Lizz Winstead's Entrepreneurial Fight for Reproductive Rights

The comedian, author and activist talks about her upcoming virtual charity concert and the "bake-sale" approach to raising funds for social justice.

Kenny Herzog

The Future of the Entertainment Industry Beyond 2020

The entertainment industry is changing to conform with new realities, and those changes bring new challenges and opportunities for investors and entrepreneurs in the industry.

Pritom Das

'A Show About Filmmaking From Home w/ Neil Garguilo' Episode 3: 'Everything Will Go Wrong'

No matter how much you plan, no one can predict how long your neighbor will work on his Trans Am while blasting '80s hair metal.

Neil Garguilo

5 Skills I Learned From the Prolific Regis Philbin

His work ethic won him a Guinness World Record, and his people skills were incomparable.

Why Did Milton Berle Get Banned From 'SNL'?

The comedy legend didn't understand two basic principles of leadership.

Gene Marks