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5 Successful Female Founders Debate Women in Business, Then and Now

Jennifer Hyman (Rent the Runway), Lexy Funk (Brooklyn Industries), Kay Koplovitz (USA Networks), Caterina Fake (Flickr) and Robin Chase (ZipCar) talk about how they got started, their biggest challenges, and how things have--and haven't--changed for women entrepreneurs.

How to Survive When Your Business Gets Incredibly Complex

CEO of Predictable Success Les McKeown explains what happens after the initial "fun" stage of starting a business.

John Doerr: 3 Things to Know Before You Start a Company

The Silicon Valley VC on the key concepts you need to understand before you take the leap.

Inc. Exclusive Roundtable: Inside the Food Revolution

7 iconic food and drink entrepreneurs discuss the changes in the industry over the past 3 decades and what that means for businesses. Featuring Gary Hirshberg (Stonyfield Farms), Danny Meyer (Union Square Hospitality Group), Myra Goldman (Earthbound Farms), Ari Weinzweig (Zingerman's Community), Steve Hindy (Brooklyn Brewery), Seth Goldman (HonestTea), and Matt Salzberg (Blue Apron).

Alibaba's Jack Ma: We're Ready to Make Mistakes

Alibaba just pulled off the largest IPO in history. But in a recent talk, executive chairman Jack Ma said that the company still doesn't have everything right.

How Jack Ma Made His American Dream Happen in China

Alibaba Group executive chairman Jack Ma explains why he paid no mind to everyone who told him that China was no place for his startup.

Learn to See Failure as Part of the Process, and You'll Never Fail

When asked about challenges along the way, Cynthia Rowley and Milton Glaser share a similar attitude.

Cynthia Rowley and Milton Glaser on Creativity, Business and Success

Design icons Cynthia Rowley and Milton Glaser sat down with Inc. senior editor Kris Frieswick to talk about their creative successes, paths to entrepreneurship, and challenges along the way.

Alexa Von Tobel's Biggest Startup Finance Tip

The founder of LearnVest, a financial planning startup, shares the biggest money lesson she learned while building her company.

Gary Vaynerchuk: In Social Media, Patience Is a Virtue

The social media marketing guru explains the strategy that worked for his multimillion dollar business.

Innovate From the Pain Point

THINX co-founder Miki Agrawal talks about how necessity has repeatedly led her to innovation and explains how entrepreneurs can stay passionate for a long, long time.

Elon Musk: 3 Opportunities That Will Impact Humanity for the Better

These are the big ideas that have guided the career of SpaceX's and Tesla Motors' CEO.

Stanley McChrystal: How to Tell When Your Leadership Style Is Obsolete

Sometimes it becomes necessary to ask the tough questions: is it time to retire your management strategy?

The Hard Questions That Every Entrepreneur Needs to Ask

CyberSynchs founder Amos Winbush III spoke at GrowCo 2014 about the different questions that need to be answered in order to build and grow a successful company.

How Indiegogo Stumbled Into Intentional Company Culture

Indiegogo founder Danae Ringelmann talks about how she learned the importance of deliberate culture on both people and profits, and how other companies can benefit as well.

Why You Should Power Pivot Your Mission

Basecamp Founder Jason Fried talks, live from the Growco stage, about how whittling down your offering can drive tremendous growth.

How Jon Oringer Doubled Down on Failure (and Won)

The Shutterstock founder offers his hard-earned advice on failure, opportunity, and entrepreneurship in the 2014 Class Day speech for the Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science.

How Humanizing Your Brand Makes Money

Digital Royalty CEO Amy Jo Martin says "humans connect with humans, not logos" and offers tips to give your brand that human touch.

Great Leaders: Fan the Potential in Every Employee

Predictable Success CEO Les McKeown explains how focusing on not-so-random acts of leadership can build a powerful company culture.

How Mark Cuban Decided He Couldn't Work for Anyone Else

Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban sits down with Inc.'s Eric Schurenberg to talk about his early struggles and biggest successes, Donald Sterling and Shark Tank--and offers frank advice for other business owners.


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