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how we did it
Founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger talk about keeping their identity after being bought by Facebook for $1 billion.
Tech
Love Uber? Check out these five companies with similar services.
Innovate

Greg Glassman's Essential Business Outlook is this: He can do whatever the hell he wants to. What he wants to do right now is protect the brand of crossfit, his extraodinary fitness company.

lead
Step 1: Not focusing on fashion. No, really. Here's what this fashion icon says made her business thrive.
Second Time Around
This entrepreneur believes selling your business is an admission of failure. Here's why.
Trends
Inc. 5000 Highlights
Launchpad
Eric Paley


How We Did It

The Boston marathon bombings deeply affected Life Is Good founder Bert Jacobs and his t-shirt company. Here's how they stepped up and are moving on.

Trends
Meg Cadoux Hirshberg
Owner's Manual
Norm Brodsky


Drive, He Said

Uber, the car service that is not a car service, knows that any time it moves into a new city, it will face a fight. That's fine. Fighting is good, winning is better, and explosive growth is best of all.

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The Social World
Brad Feld


Disruptor
Dark Sky's creators Adam Grossman and Jason LaPorte on how they developed their breakthrough meteorological technology.
Trends
How Would You Fix It?
How It Works
Jason Fried
Angie Hicks 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.
Digg Against Digg The site's new designer wanted sleek. A design-firm CEO and former Digg fanatic says looks don't matter. Below, the two duke it out.
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