Aaron Odneal

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Stop Accumulating Stuff And Start Accumulating Experiences

By James Wallman7 minute Read<p>The most important question you’ll ever ask yourself–even more important than “sneakers or shoes?”, “what’s for dinner …

The Difference Between a Business and a Brand

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>What exactly is it that separates a business from a brand? Is it the number of locations? Is it revenue? Is it something you can measure in hashtags and retweets? What does one have to do before one can legitimately say, “We’re not just a …

Howard Schultz

Work on Your Empathy and Other Must-Read Business Tips

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p><i>A roundup of the best tips of the week from Entrepreneur.com.</i><p>High-achieving entrepreneurs, like charismatic con men, tend to be Type-A people who are long on vision and recklessness and short on empathy. It's not that entrepreneurs are …

Entrepreneurship

Warren Buffett Wants to Pay You $1 Billion for the Perfect March Madness Bracket

If you think the prize for the winner of your March Madness office pool is pretty sweet, you might want to think again.<p>Online mortgage lender Quicken Loans and Berkshire Hathaway, the holding company run by Warren Buffett, recently announced they are teaming up to award $1 billion to the person who …

Quicken

See How A Master Filmmaker Fully Captures A City In “Scorsese’s New York”

At least 14 of Scorsese’s 20+ films have been set in the Big Apple, and have since become part of the fabric of the city’s mystique. Now Robert …

Wall Street

This man was just evicted from Beijing’s underground heating system—and there are many more like him

In a luxury residential neighborhood in northeastern Beijing, a 52-year-old man named Wang Xiuqing has been living in the underground pipelines (link in Chinese) of the city’s heating system for 10 years.<p>On Dec. 6, after seeing news reports (Chinese) of Wang and others’ underground abodes, …

Heating System