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Lyft co-founder John Zimmer describes his strategies for beating the competition and navigating government regulation.
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Marcus Lemonis, investor and host of CNBC's 'The Profit,' explains what to avoid when pitching investors.
Bai founder Ben Weiss explains how he firewalls his business from bad industry habits by frequently hiring outside people.
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Mobile Roadie co-founder Michael Schneider explains when your business is (or is not) ready for an app.
The Dallas Mavericks owner explains why owning a sports team is unlike any other business.
Bai founder Ben Weiss describes the strategy he took to land in big-box retail locations.
MixedMade co-founder Morgan Newman offers a concrete path to make your concept a business.
Marcus Lemonis, investor and star of CNBC's 'The Profit', breaks down the steps he's taking to see Crumbs through bankruptcy.
Noi Solutions Saima Chowdhury describes the hardest parts of becoming an entrepreneur.
Zady co-founder Soraya Darabi outlines your strengths raising funding for your second business.
Inc. columnist Minda Zetlin explains why constantly asking "Are we there yet?" means you're missing out along the way.
MixedMade co-founder Morgan Newman has one guiding principle.
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