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Young Entrepreneurs

Inspiration

6 Sayings of Entrepreneurs Who Will Lead Their Companies to the Top

Richard Branson, Tim Westergren and James Dyson all refused to be part of the 'failure culture.'
Leadership

How These College Kids Got 150 Top CEOs to Give Them Book Recommendations

Julia Wittrock and Grant Hensel reached out to all of the CEOs on the Fortune 500 list and received a surprisingly high response.
Kids

How an 11-Year-Old Entrepreneur Is Helping People Create Safer Passwords

Sixth-grader Mira Modi is on a roll peddling Diceware passwords, and she says it's 'so much better' than being popular in school.
startup hiring

How to Know When It's Time to Hire Your First Employee

I know what you're thinking. You're thinking: What if I get it wrong?
Work-Life Balance

An 11-Year-Old Boy's 5 Tips for Entrepreneurial Parents

Your kids can deal with you being busy but not with being excluded.
Young Entrepreneur

5 Tips for Young CEOs Managing More Experienced Executives

It's right to respect your elders but don't forget who hired whom.
Young Entrepreneur

8 Reasons Young Entrepreneurs, or the Young at Heart, Lead the Way

Young people are more accustomed to facing a new world each day, so they don't worry about it, and usually actually relish the new adventure.
Acquisitions

An 'Acquisition Aficionado' Offers 3 Tips on When to Cash Out vs. Double Down

Should you acquire or be acquired? To decide, first know thyself.
Young Entrepreneur

5 Lessons Young Entrepreneurs Mostly Learn the Hard Way

Listening to people who have already learned from mistakes is the smartest thing few people do.
Wealth

10 Practices for Becoming a Self-Made Millionaire

Before you have wealth you need values.
Parenting

6 Things Parents Should Stop Doing, to Raise 'Business-Smart' Kids

Are you a new parent? Here are a few things you need to get straight.
Starting a Business

5 Problems Business School Won't Prepare You For

There's a limit to how much classroom learning can get you ready for the real world.
Science

An Algae Serum Is Being Used to Treat Wounded Animals -- And Humans Could Be Next

Created by a 22-year-old New York University student, Vetigel stops bleeding in seconds.
Groceries

This Company Will Deliver Groceries to Your Door in Under an Hour

Max Mullen is bringing new meaning to the phrase 'fast food.'