Author Adam Grant explains why, in business and in life, nice entrepreneurs always finish first.
Blue Apron founder Matt Salzberg talks business with his dad, Deloitte global CEO Barry Salzberg.
LearnVest founder Alexa von Tobel and Samuel Bacharach, co-founder of Bacharach Leadership Group, demystify the essential skills of leaders and reveal how to instill them in yourself and your employees.
The author of Eyes Wide Open talks to Inc.'s Allison Fass about what entrepreneurs can do to make good choices under pressure and conquer indecision.
New Yorker staff writer and best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell talks to Inc.'s Issie Lapowsky about business lessons from his latest book, David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants.
Stanford professor and Singularity University vice president Vivek Wadhwa talks about immigration, discrimination and the exponential growth of technology.
The Intuit founder talks about effective decision-making, encouraging experimentation and the advances he thinks will change the way business is done.
The dean of Stanford Business School on nurturing great minds, empowering women in business, and why globalization is everything.
The Internet visionary says he's confident entrepreneurs will guide the country's future--but there's a lot of work to do in Washington.
Nobel laureate Edmund Phelps tracks the rise and fall of dynamic economies and explains the problems facing innovation and entrepreneurship in America.
Tasc Performance makes fitness apparel derived from bamboo (rather than polyester). Watch Todd Andrews, president of New Orleans-based Tasc Performance, tell his story.
Research professor Brené Brown explains the ways uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure are essential to a successful entrepreneur journey.
Pioneer Green Energy has a different approach to renewable energy. Watch president Andy Bowman explain how his company grows efficiently.
Physicist Stephen Wolfram, who invented Mathematica software and the Wolfram Alpha search engine, says his scientific and business mantras are the same.
The bestselling author of Thinking, Fast and Slow talks about overcoming the cognitive biases and errors that can affect decision-making.