Five founders pick the best books for startups. One French entrepreneur recommends a literary classic she’s read 20 times and says the principles within it have everything to do with her business. Entrepreneurs
Investors are keeping a close eye on Berlin for startup success stories. Since 2007, the German capitol known for its artsy, creative types and low rents, has been attracting startups from Europe and Affordability,
So let’s start very simply: valuation is the monetary value of your company.The difference between pre-money valuation and post-money valuation is also very simple. Pre-money refers to your company’s before
He's been an early-stage investor in billion-dollar companies like Twitter, Uber, Instagram, Stripe, Lookout, and Automattic (maker of WordPress). Sacca tells "The 4-Hour Workweek" author Tim Ferriss the
The little-known story behind a pair of young newlyweds in post–World War II Manhattan who launched the era of the supermodel. When Eileen Otte and Jerry Ford eloped to San Francisco in November 1944,
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Our friends at Foursquare dug through their troves of user data to compile the list. Because the site now allows users to save and favorite venues they love, Foursquare was able to track down which burgers
If you are a serious investor, you’re surely familiar with Warren Buffett and likely familiar with Peter Lynch. The former is considered the greatest investor of all-time, having built Berkshire Hathaway
Way before there was Easy Rider, a young photographer called Danny Lyon went on the road with motorcycle gangs and published The Bikeriders, an iconic and seminal glimpse into outlaw life taken between
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. From 2011 to 2013, I read 197 books. I read about history, physics, science, health, world travel, space exploration, the ocean, fitness mathematics.
This story appears in the May 2015 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » Entrepreneurs: Twentysomethings Gabi Lewis and Greg Sewitz met while attending Brown University, where they were roommates. After Lewis
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Have you ever been crammed into a coach airline seat and enviably eyed the business and first-class travelers, kicking back in comfort and
There is a troubling statistic that within 3 years, 92 percent of all startups fail. They fail because they don't have the right team. At ResearchConnection, this brilliant startup decided to do it differently.
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