Lindsay Blakely
Tablet-maker Fuhu has grown at an astonishing rate, topping the Inc. 500 list two years running. Now its very hands-on leaders are trying to learn how to let go.
Inc. Staff
Meet the fastest-growing private companies in America.
Tom Foster
Most of the fastest-growing companies in the U.S. launched using founders' savings, sweat and prayer. They wouldn't have it any other way.
David Whitford
How did a scrappy tech challenger like Salesforce take on giants like Microsoft and Oracle? A few days at its top-secret boot camp for new hires reveal the old-school ideas behind it all.
Photo Essay
Between building bowling empires and hot dog havens, these founders have a story to tell.
Alexa von Tobel
The Realities of Bootstrapping, and How to Move Beyond Them
Dave Lerner, serial entrepreneur, angel investor, B-school professor, and author talk about the challenges self-funded entrepreneurs should prepare for at every stage of the bootstrapping journey.
Thomas Goetz
How Startups Hire Top Talent
The trick to luring quality hires isn't minimizing your company's challenges. It's selling them.


Inc. Staff
Founders of Inc. 500 companies describe the secrets of their success.
Inc. Staff
Should Founders Go Back to School?
Even the most successful founders, Wendy E.F. Torrance says, "have knowledge gaps."
Norm Brodsky
How to Lose Millions Without Really Trying
Everyone knows what happens if you sell your company to a big competitor, right? Right?


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From myth-busting apps to rave kids' light-up gloves, these founders use technology in fascinating ways. Check out the most unconventional fast-growing tech firms of the Inc. 5000.
Julia Hartz
Designing an Office Around Your Company's Goals
How Eventbrite learned that a workspace becomes much more than an office once your team weighs in.
David Whitford
Salesforce.com: The Software and the Story
How did a scrappy tech challenger like Salesforce take on giants like Microsoft and Oracle? A few days at its top-secret boot camp for new hires reveal the old-school ideas behind it all.


Photo Essay
These founders are putting a new spin on everything from patient care to lunch boxes.
Jason Fried
Nailing the Next Five Years
Three deceptively simple questions will change the way you think about your company's future.
Lindsay Blakely
The Secrets of Fuhu's Astonishing, Accelerating Growth
The company makes cute computer tablets for kids, taking on big-name competitors with its deceptively simple Nabi. We break down its formula for success.
The Coolest Products of the Inc. 5000
From washable paint to hot-and-cold packs, the Inc. 5000 is a blockbuster product idea machine. Here's proof.
Sustainable Advantage: Why Some Businesses Say a Green Thumb Pays
This year's Inc. 500 features a number of companies committed to providing sustainable, eco-friendly products and services--and to the larger mission of protecting the environment and enhancing human health. We highlight four companies that prove there is almost no limit to going green.
How the Top CEOs Really Think (Infographic)
Inc.'s annual check-in with the nation's top private-company CEOs shows how owners got their start and how their views on innovation and social media have changed.
Eye Candy: The Best Designed Products of the Inc. 5000
Whether they make handblown glass or humble cleaning supplies, Inc. 5000 companies are incorporating elegant design into their products. We've highlighted four of the best.
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