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Part autobiography and part inspirational business guide, this audio is full of refreshing insights about what it takes to create, grow, and build successful companies.
These practical business gems deserve a place on your nightstand alongside this year’s bestsellers by Steve Case, Phil Knight, and Patrick Lencioni.
How they did it, and how you can, too.
It's not about the perks, people.
The lazy days of summer are also a great time to catch up on important books you heard about earlier in the year but didn’t get around to cracking. Here are five of the most useful and inspiring books that MONEY has covered so far in 2016.
MOLLY MOYNAHAN’S VISION for the next stage of life involves living in a condo near the beach with an indoor swimming pool and little upkeep, all within driving distance of a large university or city so she can continue her work as a writing consultan
This Denver-based small shop has weathered tough times by showing their customers that they care.
The easiest way to wrest back control over a roller-coaster sales cycle is by managing the pricing of your products or services.
An innovative analytics service promises to give you new power.
Saving for your future ısn’t quick. But wıth these tips, it can be easy
Large enterprise customers can be enticing—but they can upend your product, your staff, and the stability of your business
DEAR MONTCLAIR, N.J., I’m sorry you didn’t land on this year’s list of the 50 Best Places to Live in America. True, you weren’t even eligible in 2016, since MONEY’s annual ranking alternates between the current focus on small cities (places with popu
To make our first cut, colleges must have 500 or more full-time undergraduates and a six-year graduation rate of at least the median for their type (public or private). We also screened out schools with low grades from bond-rating agencies and those
Stop undervaluing your products and services, and look at what your pricing strategy really says about you.
Robert Brunner, Apple’s former director of industrial design and founder of San Francisco–based design firm Ammunition, has paired up with everyone from Dr. Dre to Silicon Valley upstarts like smart-appliance company June. Brunner shares his advice f
COST BASED “It’s easy and doesn’t require research,” says Kyle Jensen, director of entrepreneurship at the Yale School of Management. “People figure, ‘I know what it costs to make this widget, so I’ll just tack on another 20 percent and feel good ab
Ruth Reader CLASSPASS Launched in 2013, ClassPass lets exercisers pay a subscription fee for convenient and economical access to classes. The company has grown fast—it’s now in 36 markets—but is still working to find a sustainable business model. I
Form builders can be powerful small-business tools.
Gross Domestic Product is the market value of all goods and services produced within a country in a year. It is, today, the standard snapshot of a country’s economy. But does it deserve this position? After all, it focuses on economic activity while
Don't fall into the trap of expending a great deal of energy for a small financial payoff.
A prepaid campus laundry service offers a lesson in entrepreneurship.
Once, long ago, being richer meant working less.
EVERYBODY KNOWS that New York City is expensive, which is okay if you’re a tourist who has saved up for a blowout trip of high-end shopping, fancy dinners, and a swank hotel. But for us locals, the city’s pleasures are increasingly out of reach. Sure
Exporters and importers are at odds over the proposal.
The president appears to be considering a border adjustment tax, which many economists favor. But its supporters warn it won’t give him what he wants.
The Los Angeles agency John Gallegos opened 16 years ago is pivoting from U.S. Hispanic shop Grupo Gallegos to the more integrated and broadly targeted communications group United Collective.Over the last few years, Grupo Gallegos has hired more seni
Human beings are really good at picking out cause-and-effect relationships. But they’re bad at predicting future consequences.
His policies may fail to deliver, but his rhetoric answers a question millions of Americans are asking about a globalized economy: What about me?
The category of “specialist” seems to be ingrained deeply both in the history of evolution, and the development of modern society. Homo sapiens is, in its own ways, a specialist: We are most remarkable for our large brains and the application of our
A new book by Tyler Cowen argues that when it comes to innovation and dynamism, the country is all talk.
Imagine that (for some reason involving cultural tradition, family pressure, or a shotgun) you suddenly have to get married. Fortunately, there are two candidates. One is charming and a lion in bed but an idiot about money. The other has a reliable i