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As the craft beer industry grows, one school in Michigan looks to teach students how to capitalize.
The era of doing just one thing is over. So go ahead and embrace your writer/entrepreneur/banjo player title--it makes you more interesting and adaptable.
The FAA is expected to grant approval to several production companies to fly drones during movie and television filming.
Crowdfunding provides a great alternative to traditional startup fundraising, but before you go an launch a crowdfunding, you need to make sure that you and your startup are prepared.
Keep their data safe, ease up on the hard sell -- and let them walk away.
Startups are selling recurring deliveries of everything from meals to makeup. Here's what you need to know to succeed in the new subscription economy.
The Silicon Valley pundit is unapologetic about how much he works. To his kids, he's a role model for drive.
Stuck at the idea stage with a great business idea? Look to business incubators to give you the boost you need.
We never talk about it, but fear is the giant elephant in the room. It drives everything.
With a lower barrier of entry, marketing is an increasing challenge in today's television and video environment.
Don't rely on inbound applications. Track promising candidates and use referrals from people you know.
Springboard's Kay Koplovitz talks to Inc.'s Kris Frieswick about the work she's done helping women get funding, the evolution of video programming, and the challenges of marketing in today's world.
Inc.com columnist Geoffrey James describes how to get your business pitch right.
You can do it all when you're a tiny startup. You just have to redefine the word "all."
If you're hitting your customers hard with sales pitches, not responding to them on social media, and ignoring their feedback, you're going down a path that will surely inhibit future success.
4 Ways you can surprise and delight your customers or clients
The Silicon Valley VC on the key concepts you need to understand before you take the leap.
Alibaba's Jack Ma says to value and support those who want to be successful, because one day they will be.
Who needs five stars when business is booming? Not this restaurant, which highlights the trouble small business owners run into with Yelp.
At 65, Bruce Springsteen still rules as one of the most successful, authentic artists around. Here's how he's stayed that way.