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Kris Frieswick
Designers Milton Glaser and Cynthia Rowley discuss entrepreneurship, design, and viewing failure as a gift.
David Whitford
Both on screen and off, Marcus Lemonis is the king of turning around failing small businesses. But his obsession with fixing companies comes at a price.
Bernhard Warner
Glen Courtright's company, EnviroFlight, is poised to revolutionize the farming industry, fight world hunger, and make a nice profit. All by breeding lots and lots of bugs.
Randy Myers
Expanding into a new location can be a challenge. We connect three companies with expert advisors whose insights can benefit your company.
As told to Liz Welch
In less than five years, Bre Pettis grew MakerBot into a $400 million company and sparked a 3-D printing revolution.
Robin D. Schatz
How One Company Focused on the Basics to Climb Out of Bankruptcy
Enve Composite's new CEO had to save the company fast, so she went back to business fundamentals.
Thomas Goetz
Getting The Work Done When You're Small
You can do it all when you're a tiny startup. You just have to redefine the word "all."


Walter Isaacson
Walter Isaacson reflects on the humanist behind the insanely popular technology.
As told to David Whitford
Charles Schwab and Mint.com's Aaron Patzer on Democratizing Finance
Two innovators describe how personal finance has changed forever.
As told to Jon Fine
What the Founders of Vice Media, Upworthy, and Aereo Have to Say About Media Innovation
The disruptors behind three of media's most fascinating companies talk about what they've learned and what's next.


David Whitford
Both on screen and off, Marcus Lemonis is the king of turning around failing small businesses. But his obsession with fixing companies comes at a price.
Jason Wiens
3 Burning Questions About Startup Visas
Why should American entrepreneurs care about immigration reform? The Kauffman Foundation's Jason Wiens explains.
Alexa von Tobel
5 Ways to Get Financially Fit by 2015
Figure out your taxes, your holiday spending, your retirement planning, and more.


Randy Myers
Expanding into a new location can be a challenge. We connect three companies with expert advisors whose insights can benefit your company.
Patrick Lencioni
Why You Shouldn't Worry About Being Smart
The most successful companies focus on being healthy rather than intelligent.
Scott Liebs
They Aren't Just Suppliers, They're Partners
Four steps to creating a supply chain that will never break.
Getting Your Fair Share of Founder Equity
Dividing equity equally is an easy, quick solution, but it can also be a very expensive mistake.
5 Women Founders on Learning to Ignore the Word No
These groundbreaking women CEOs say the key to success for any non-traditional founder is realizing that failure is not a fatal condition.
How to Sell Subscriptions--for Everything
Startups are selling recurring deliveries of everything from meals to makeup. Here's what you need to know to succeed in the new subscription economy.
Everything Doesn't Have to Be So Complicated
As companies scale, complexity can creep in and choke off growth. But there are ways to maintain a "founder's mentality."
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