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50 Best Websites for Entrepreneurs

For entrepreneurs, time is especially precious. Every wasted minute is a lost opportunity for networking, growing the business, and of course making money.<p>There are many websites out there that can help entrepreneurs grow a bigger, better business--but there are many more time-suck websites. How …

College Today Is Looking A Lot Less Like 'Animal House' And A Lot More Like 'Wall Street'

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5 Productivity Tips From Incredibly Busy People (Infographic)

Advice from people who are just as busy as you are.<p>From former U.S. Army captains to tennis pros, it's always interesting to learn what kind of strategies highly productive people use to stay on top of their game. Some of these tips--for instance, wake up earlier--might be harder than others to …

A Shocking Number of Successful People Went to Elite Schools

You might have thought that going to college was overrated, but studies show that the majority of leaders put in time at prestigious institutions.<p>Microsoft founder Bill Gates is probably the most famous billionaire college dropout. He's often held up as a shining example that you don't need to …

Surprising Findings on Two-Year vs. Four-Year Degrees

Return on Investment Holds Steady at About 15% for Recent Graduates<p>Who earns more, a recent graduate from a flagship state university with a bachelor's degree or one who finishes a two-year program at a little-known community college?<p>The answer isn't so clear.<p>As states for the first time mine …

Mark Cuban: 'I Think the Student Loan Bubble Is Going to Burst' | Inc.com

The Neurochemistry of Positive Conversations

Why do negative comments and conversations stick with us so much longer than positive ones?<p>A critique from a boss, a disagreement with a colleague, a fight with a friend – the sting from any of these can make you forget a month’s worth of praise or accord. If you’ve been called lazy, careless, or a …

Business Wisdom from the Commencement Speakers of 2014

Commencement speakers face an impossible challenge: to inspire, advise, and entertain, without overstaying their welcome. In the age of YouTube, there’s the added pressure to craft a speech that could go viral, and perhaps even inspire a book. And this year, those invited to take the podium were no …

The Explainer: Porter's Five Forces

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Can the Academic Entrepreneur Save the Ivory Tower?

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Contrary to popular belief, the modern professor is not just an academic intellectual but also an entrepreneur.<p>He (or she) may be an entrepreneur who spends the morning wearing a pair of Google Glasses and digitally reviewing his …

TED Talks

17 Things Extraordinary People Do Every Day

Want to achieve extraordinary goals? Take these easy, proven steps every day.<p>Some people seem to get ahead, no matter what. They aren't necessarily smarter, more creative or harder working than many others. Still, they achieve much more than their peers. Why is that?<p>The philosopher Aristotle …

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How to Build an Audacious Company, According to Mark Cuban

Heroic. Inventive. Bold. Audacious companies are over the top--but in very smart ways. The 'Shark Tank' star and Dallas Mavericks owner explains how it's done.<p>What is an audacious company?<p>Some transform waste products into energy; others battle diseases or make scary donuts. They inform, entertain, …

5 Pivotal Rules of Starting a Business

Building a startup company is something that one can not understand until trying to do it. It is painful, arduous and at times seems absolutely …

25 Most Audacious Companies of 2014 | Inc.com

What's an "audacious" company? It's a superlative we chose very carefully. On the one hand, such companies are defined as bold, courageous, even heroic. Yet, on the other, they are defiant, presumptuous, irreverent, and even cocky. They see a better way to do something and work to make it happen, …

Re/code on TV: Snapchat's Privacy Bumbles and Apple's Bid for Beats

Re/code staff went on the airwaves to discuss last week's big tech headlines.<p>Oh, snap! <b>Re/code</b>’s Kara Swisher went on CNBC this week to “say the kindest thing” she could about Snapchat after the Federal Communications Commission slapped the ephemeral messaging service with 20 years of privacy audits …

A Radical Reimagining of the Good Old Food Label

A New York student's graduate project proposes an alternative to the traditional FDA nutritional labeling: An open-source Wikipedia for food ingredients. Brands and stores might want to listen up.<p>Graduate students aren't your typical poster children for healthy eating. But for 10 weeks this spring, …