Raised in poverty, the co-founder of Paul Mitchell and Patron Spirits achieved a $4 billion net worth through sheer entrepreneurial guts. He tells his inspiring story to Inc.'s Scott Gerber.
What happens when you get 262 employees together to build a life-changing idea in 24-hours? Incredible things.
Joke about them all you want, but millennials care--about what's going on in the world and in our business. That's why we want more of them.
Yes, she's the public face of Angie's List, the $156 million review site she founded in 1995, but Angie Hicks still struggles to overcome her shyness.
Jon Oringer, founder of Shutterstock, talks about how he solicited advice before taking his company public.
A billionaire is born, but Shutterstock founder Jonathan Oringer says more money doesn't change a thing.
These days there is no good reason not to read your reviews, explains the Angie's List founder.
The founder of Angie's List talks to Scott Gerber about building a well-known reviews site from scratch.
Your business may keep you racing like a frantic short order cook, but truly great ideas require a slow simmer, advises the founder of Behance. Save a little time to stir these pots.
A lot has changed since the mid-1990s when Google and email were barely in use. Here, the service rating site founder explains what sets her small business apart.
Mario Batali may be the busiest man in his business. That's no reason, he says, not to treat people well. Plus, more.
Neil Blumenthal, co-founder of Warby Parker, says it's important to teach your staff to be aware of others. Here's why.
The Besh Restaurants owner talks cooking, strategy, and service with Eric Schurenberg.
The future of retail is at the intersection of e-commerce and bricks-and-mortars, says co-founder Neil Blumenthal.
The celebrity chef talks branding, business, and building quality products with Scott Gerber.
The founder so believes in his company model, he says there's no limit to what it can do.
Pandora Radio ran through a series of business models and endured a series of crises on its road to success. But founder Tim Westergren, for one, doesn't do regrets.
The founder of the personal radio giant talks start-up strategy, innovation and disruption with Inc.'s Scott Gerber
Inc.com contributor Erik Sherman gets a sneak peak at the forthcoming book, What Every Angel Investor Wants You to Know.
The famed entrepreneur reveals the biggest business myth and what her personal theme song is.