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Want to reach powerful women? Listen to what matters to them.
Until China is able to create such a system, the rich and poor people of China alike will look to America to find it.
Term sheets can be really scary for new start-up founders. More than anything, it’s the fear of the unknown, or of making a mistake that founders may regret later, as the business grows. Term sheets are important, and can be complex, but they don’t necessarily have to be.
America is the land of opportunity. In the United States, any hardworking person can improve his station in life. Since the 1970s, however, this hasn’t been the case. More troubling, from 1995 to 2012, inequality in US increased on account of unfairness in the system.
Celebrities have to expect that every detail of their lives will find its way into the public press. Businesspeople—barring some egregious wrongdoing—have a right to expect some privacy, and some respect for the confidentiality that their organizations depend on. In fiction, these limits are off.
Companies that want to reach their full potential now need to understand the importance of maintaining a permanent presence in the lives of customers, an endless relationship not confined to separate episodes of actively considering a purchase.
Buying a franchise can be a stressful and emotional process where things are not always as they seem. I often advise potential franchisees to keep an eye out for these ten red flags.
Starbucks stock has no where to go but down.
John Mackay amassed a fortune comparable to his peers, Carnegie and Rockefeller. The reason you've never heard of him might surprise you.
Words alone will not impress an audience. And the bad news: a simple gesture can derail your message.
"You want to sell sugar water for the rest of your life? Or do you want to come with me and change the world?" That was Steve Jobs' response to John Sculley after he rejected Jobs' offer to become Apple's CEO in order to remain Pepsi-Cola CEO.
Small and medium-sized enterprises consistently make the same errors, new research shows, jeopardising the ability of their websites to attract and engage customers
For startups looking to make a splash on social media, keeping up with the rules and trends can be daunting. In this post, marketing maven Meliss Jakubovic shares her top tips for every platform for 2018.
You can tweet me, message me, DM me, ping me, poke me- whatever. But that doesn't mean email is irrelevant. This hack will turn your email database into your highest return...
Stacking loans to meet business needs may seem like a good idea in theory, but the result could be disastrous. Here's why you should pause before you take out that second loan.
With JUST ETF, Paul Tudor Jones Moves Sustainable Investing Further Into The Mainstream, But He Stands On The Shoulders Of Giants
How can a foreign investor start-up a new business in the U.S. to get a work permit and capitalize on his foreign connections? This article uses the example of a wine bar start-up to immigrate to the U.S. and then to export wine abroad to capitalize on tax savings to recoup the initial investment.
Undocumented Latina Elizabeth Vilchis leads latinoTech, an organization that strengthens Latino leadership in the technology world.
Telegram investor Tim Draper thinks the messaging app is wise to curate the booming ICO market.
GE's former CEO Jeff Immelt joins the board of 3D printing startup Desktop Metal