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Driving Your Startup With Fear Has Bad Consequences

Trying to be a business leader by instilling fear in your employees and partners is never a good approach, but it is particularly devastating in a startup. Yet I see this approach used all too often by new entrepreneurs, most of whom...Show More Summary

Chinese entrepreneurs aim to become technology power players

9 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

— Alibaba was just the beginning: Get ready to hear a lot more about Chinese tech companies.

J. Robert Beyster, Scientist and Entrepreneur, Is Dead at 90

10 hours agoHealth : NYT: Health

Mr. Beyster was a Los Alamos scientist who founded an employee-owned research and engineering giant, the Science Applications International Corporation.

14 things you better love before becoming an entrepreneur

Shachar Gilad is the Founder/CEO of SoundBetter – the leading marketplace for music production services. Imagine somebody asked you to write on a piece of paper the things you love doing. If what came to mind was “partying, hanging out with friends, going to the beach, meeting new people, traveling,” you might ready to go on vacation or spring break. Show More Summary

Improvisational Innovation and 'The Risk Factor': A Chat With Deborah Perry Piscione About Her Newest Release

My old friend, best selling author and entrepreneur Deborah Perry Piscione, is onto something. Again. It's a new innovation methodology -- Improvisational Innovation -- which she introduces in her new book out this week, The Risk Factor: Why Every Organization Needs Big Bets, Bold Characters, and the Occasional Spectacular Failure. Show More Summary

Elon Musk’s next trick: Landing a rocket upright on a barge in the middle of the sea.

And now for Elon Musk’s next trick. The billionaire entrepreneur is on the verge of attempting an audacious maneuver that could make his next space flight notable not just for the takeoff, but for the landing. Typically rocket boosters have their few minutes in the fiery, 3-2-1 spotlight, propelling the rest of the stages into […]

Marcus Lemonis: 'Owning Your Own Business Is a Privilege'

No matter how successful you've been, make sure you stay grounded during this holiday season, the entrepreneur and star of CNBC's The Profit says.

What you can learn from craft beer

Craft beer is booming business worldwide. Drew Marshall looks at lessons for entrepreneurs... ||| Washington - In the midst of the recent recession, more than 4,500 craft beer makers disrupted a centuries-old industry. Craft beer sales...Show More Summary

Rethinking Work-Life Balance

It’s also a worthless concept as it’s typically presented. Everything I’ve read on the subject isn’t helpful for entrepreneurs and startup employees because it starts with the assumption that you have an evil boss forcing you to work unreasonable hours. Usually, that’s not the case if you’re at a startup. You may not have a boss – and most of us love… Read More

Words Of Wisdom From Entrepreneurs

Over the years, I have had the wonderful opportunity to meet and become friends with some incredibly successful entrepreneurs. I discovered many of them like to face a challenge head-on and will not stop at anything until their goals are accomplished. Show More Summary

Silicon Valley Darling Tristan Walker: This Advice From Ben Horowitz Made All The Difference In My Success

After being one of the star original employees at Foursquare, Tristan Walker became an Entrepreneur In Residence at Andreessen Horowitz. There, he had the opportunity to imagine and build his own company with the help of his mentor, Ben Horowitz. Show More Summary

3 Industries Entrepreneurs Can Disrupt With the ‘Internet of Things’

The “Internet of Things,” or IoT, is a buzzword that’s been thrown around a lot lately. So what does it really mean? The IoT is a term developed to describe a wireless network of “things” containing embedded technology that communicate without human interaction. For example, a “thing” can be a wireless blood pressure monitor, a Continue reading ?

'The Interview' Becomes an Unlikely Christmas Gift for Small Movie Houses

Sony and theater chains may have cracked under threats about the controversial film, but entrepreneurs are forging ahead with plans to show it.

Marcus Lemonis: Entrepreneurship and Marriage Is a Tough Balance

Marcus Lemonis, CEO of Camping World, says "a good chunk of relationships fall apart" when one person becomes an entrepreneur.

5 Tasks Entrepreneurs Should Get Done Before Year's End

It's almost time to say goodbye to 2014. But it's also time for a few final business tasks before you ring in the new year.

8 Things to Consider When Upgrading Your Company Laptops

We’re looking to upgrade the laptops we buy for our employees this year. What is one thing I should consider when comparing equipment other than price? The Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) is an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. Show More Summary

Women in Business Q&A: Cygalle Dias, Founder of Cygalle Healing Spa

Cygalle Dias, founder of Cygalle Healing Spa, is an entrepreneur based in New York. Cygalle merged her passions business and a holistic luxury lifestyle by founding and creating the Cygalle Healing Spa, an innovative, eco-friendly wellbeing sanctuary that offers specialty treatments, spa management, design, and marketing. Show More Summary

Hotels: Minimalist Glass Cabins Will Make You Crave Winter in Norway

A local entrepreneur in Valldal, Norway just spent five years building nine glorious cabins in a nature reserve. Constructed with the help of villagers, the rooms in the Juvet Hotel are all...

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