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The simple rule in business is that you must be willing to invest and take risks to grow, expand, and make money.  While the rule might be simple, how you choose to execute against it is a person...

(Craig Wolfe founded custom rubber duck manufacturer CelebriDucks in 1997 with a factory in China. When he signed up a crop of new clients in 2011, he decided he wanted to bring rubber duck manufactur...

Customers come in all different shapes and sizes. They can be sweet and supportive. But they can just as easily prove to be manipulative and discursive. The nightmare scenario? When an abusive custome...

In 2001, Eric Schmidt joined a 3-year-old company named Google. Now after 13 years of explosive growth at the search giant, the executive chairman and former CEO is taking a look back what what makes ...

(The following post is by Clay Clark, who is the founder of Thrive15.com, a company offering online education for entrepreneurs in 15-minute videos taught by world-class mentors.)...

When you're the leader of a start-up looking to disrupt an industry, you need a clear, focused strategy. Like judo, you need to take advantage of your strengths to compete--but only when you can put u...

Not all former bosses are gems. But there's a saving grace--the bad ones can provide invaluable lessons on how not to run a company....

Today, Jonathan Bush is CEO of athenahealth, a pioneering healthcare company with nearly $600 million in revenue but he got his start mowing lawns and pruning shrubs. It sounds like a farfetched traje...

The following post is by Rene Lacerte, who is the CEO and co-founder of Bill.com, the nation’s largest business payment network with over 500,000 members and more than $12 billion in annual payments...

(The following post is by Joseph V. Gulfo, who is the author of the book, Innovation Breakdown – How the FDA and Wall Street Cripple Medical Advances. He is a serial biopharmaceutical and medtech en...