see photosJamel ToppinClick for full photo gallery: 2014 30 under 30: Art & Style When my colleague Hannah Elliott and I started researching Forbes’ third annual 30 Under 30 list of up-and-coming superstars in the category of Art & Style, we knew we had a lot of ground to cover, from [...]
Startups are no longer a passing trend that a few people have attached to. For many, particularly recent college grads, and even those still attending undergraduate universities – the startup way is viewed as a viable career option. National economic conditions – coupled with billion-dollar dreams -- have made the “make-you-own-way” way – not only vaguely interesting, but popular.
'ID8 Nation' explores why North Carolina's Research Triangle is striving to become one of the top five entrepreneurial hotspots in the country. (North Carolina Research Triangle strives to become top entrepreneurial hotspot.
The 8 Hottest Jobs of 2014 The Advocate As the last chapter of 2013 is written, we once again turn our sights on what's to come in the new year. And as it turns out, 2014 has a lot to offer in the way of new job growth.
Whether they're just starting out or heading big business, women are growing companies faster than anyone. And while they face the same challenges as always, a new study shows they're more optimistic than ever.
BRAD KEYWELL: When you’re trying to figure out where to initially target your product, don’t make it complicated. Win big in a small area. It will bolster your word-of-mouth marketing more than you can imagine. Starbucks, Office Depot and Staples are a part of a group of more than 16 companies that exploded between 1975 and 2003 to land on the Fortune 500 list – all thanks to niche marketing ...
Flipping the classroom is a now-well-developed concept of taking the power from the teacher and putting the educational experience in the hands of students. But as an undergraduate, you need to think bigger. You need to flip the university.
1. Time is on your side When we're young, we may be limited in certain ways, but at least our modest income is not consumed by the grown up world ofpets, grandiose dinners, furniture, mortgages and beyond. Another advantage is the free time, something that Richard Branson took full advantage of as a...
Why the future of Facebook and Google depend on academia Quartz On the surface, new tech businesses spearheaded by passionate entrepreneurs like Zuckerberg look like a new force for social change, instead of universities.
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