Brian Cohen, Chairman of New York Angels, tells Inc.'s Scott Gerber everything entrepreneurs need to know about building a business that will impress investors.
The outspoken founder of debt-collection agency CFS2 has written the book on failure--literally. His life story is a lesson in resilience.
Buy all the nap pods you want. Good luck getting your overachievers to sleep.
No one loves open-plan offices. Here are tips for designing one that actually boosts employee productivity.
Attitude, aptitude, intelligence, intensity, and integrity--"if you have those five things, we can teach you the rest," says the consumer advocate.
How do you succeed after failure? The founder and CEO of CFS2 Inc., a debt collection company based in Tulsa, tells Inc.'s Scott Gerber how it's done.
The reddit co-founder talks to Inc.'s Scott Gerber about the open internet, valuing your users, the importance of the reddit alien, and more.
Bootstrap billionaire Jon Oringer, founder of Shutterstock, says getting venture capital is optional. Building a great company culture is not.
Shutterstock founder Jon Oringer talks to Inc.'s Scott Gerber about the lessons he learned in creating a crowdsourced, subscription-driven marketplace.
The key to creating an engaging experience across all your sales channels is consistency.
Bruno Francois's appearance on the popular TV show got him $500,000 and Mark Cuban's seal of approval--and provided vital lessons on how to deliver a masterful pitch.
First and foremost, the fashion designer recommends that you focus on what makes you authentic. Here's how.
It's time to add up all the ways in which working ridiculous hours hurts you and the people around you--and put a stop to the madness.
Meet five whose bosses couldn't do their jobs without them.
This fashion mogul may have created a billion-dollar business, but he says that being the boss is about character and muscle, not style.
Why she'd be Lost Without her EA, Gail Abrahamsen.
Fashion designer Marc Ecko talks to Inc.'s Scott Gerber about his best advice for entrepreneurs, his lowest moment in business and his new book, Unlabel.
Anthony Bourdain is planning to open a massive food market in New York City, with a little help from an entrepreneur.
The entrepreneur sat down with Inc. on Tuesday and offered his tips for gaining traction on the social network.
Why mission trumps all at Warby Parker, and more.