Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and Mark Cuban Consume 50 Books a Year (More or Less). Here Are 8 You Need to Read
The world's most successful business leaders--Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and Mark Cuban among them--are prolific readers. According to some studies, CEOs consume as many as 50 to 60 books a year. If seeing
Kelsey Humphreys chats with Lindsay Moreno about her advice advice for other franchisees or MLM business owners. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Lindsay Teague Moreno is
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Before you set your 2018 goals and decide on your New Year's resolutions, check out "Finish," by Jon Acuff. Check out these other books, too. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their Reading
How to decide if your 'crazy' idea can be turned into a viable business Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Children are full of “crazy” ideas, but that is what makes them special.
Building a relationship with customers and providing "social proof" of your product's value are actions that social media facilitates. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Advertisers
Real content from real people develops real relationships. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Most people who have their businesses on social media are looking hard for answers
Warren Buffett had a pretty good year in 2016. The world's greatest value investor boosted his personal fortune by about $12-billion (U.S.) and expects 2017 to be even better for his brand of patient,
Big pharma and big biotech stocks get most of the attention in the healthcare sector. However, there are plenty of other opportunities that hold the potential to bring great returns to investors. Here
Interest rates are rising in the US, but in other places they're still below zero — here's what that means
It's only the second time in a decade. On Wednesday December 14, the Federal Reserve hiked its benchmark interest rate by a quarter of a percent to the range of 0.5% to 0.75%. That number doesn't affect
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In 2009 the European Union, in an admirable and necessary effort to increase renewable energy and reduce carbon emissions, passed a new energy policy. This policy considered any and all biomass material
The best way to do that is to increase its voting power at the IMF and have the yuan included in the IMF basket for determining the value of the special drawing right. Getting those two things requires
Image source: Getty Images The vast majority of investors who become rich don't get there quickly -- rather, they consistently build wealth over long periods of time. Real estate investment trusts, or