Zandra Cunningham loves lip balm — so much that she used to ask her dad to buy her a new tube every day. Exasperated, he joked that she should make her own. So she did. She was 9. Six years later, her
Depending on the year you start counting, the lifespan of a Fortune 500 company has gone from 75 years to just 15. In our fast-moving ever-changing world, new technologies and products are disrupting and
The list of problems going into the Rio Olympics broaches on unbelievability: ► The Zika virus has forced scores of Olympians, big names and not, to decide not to attend ► Crime and violence are rampant.
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Silicon Valley has venture capital (VC). Silicon Valley VCs have developed some of America’s great companies. So it is not surprising that the rest of America has VC envy. In the rest of America, the scenario
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Jan Erik Solem is a Swedish entrepreneur deadset on exploring every nook and cranny of this planet. But he's not going to do it alone. He sold his first company, Polar Rose, to Apple in 2010. The price
“Understand what customers want and need” – this is the mantra at the heart of Samsung’s marketing powerhouse, according to executive vice president of marketing, Younghee Lee. It was Lee that, over the
Andy Rubin, the creator of Android — arguably the widest distributed operating system in the world — left Google a few years back to start a hardware incubator with a $300 million fund called Playground.
Steve Case was one of the architects of the first wave of the Internet. For many who learned about him and his company in the mid-1990s, it may have seemed as though his was an overnight success, but took
Speak to any entrepreneur and they'll tell you how launching your venture right can be the difference maker. Months and at times years of planning goes into launching a business. It's a big thing at the
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The word "office" may conjure images of dreary cubicles and fluorescent lighting, or, if you're lucky, a very funny TV show starring Steve
This story appears in the June 2016 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » There are many subscription-delivery success stories, like BarkBox (a monthly shipment of dog treats) and BirchBox (for makeup samples).
Good news, iPhone-toting photo lovers: RAW photo shooting support is coming to iOS 10. (Wondering what the heck a “RAW” photo is? It’s any file type that stores an image in its rawest form, sans compression
Being entrepreneur isn't a part time or full- time job. It's a lifestyle. Entrepreneurs are initiators, challengers, and drivers. Entrepreneurs create something new-whether it's an initiative, a business,
Tech skills pay more. According to a labor-market analysis by Burning Glass Technologies, 78% of well-paying “middle-skill” positions call for basic proficiency with technology. But I get it: you have
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