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¡Alégrate! Aquí están 8 beneficios de comer chocolate

Ya no tienes que guardar chocolate para el día de tu boda.

Why Your Startup Needs Data Science

An expert weighs in on its importance when building a company.

Cómo pasar menos tiempo en la oficina y ganar más dinero

Pista: según el emprendedor en serie Joe Johnson, tiene que ver con saltarte el traslado matutino.

Why Parts of Africa Are More Open to Technological Advances Than the U.S.

Sometimes there's a hometown disadvantage, according to one tech entrepreneur who launched her product first in Kenya.

How a Privacy-Centered Social Media Platform Acquired Millions of Customers With No Paid Marketing

'To build something complex and massive, you've got to be fiercely determined - even in a moment when no one believes you.'

How to Reach $100 Million in Sales, According to a Serial Entrepreneur Who Did

'You need to have confidence without arrogance. Arrogance is the killer.'

How to Spend Less Time in the Office and Make More Money

Hint: It involves skipping your morning commute, according to serial entrepreneur Joe Johnson.

For Years, This Essential Oils Company Focused on Industry Research and Didn't Sell Products. Here's Why.

'For the first many years of our company, we actually had no products,' says Nature's Fusions CEO and founder CJ Peterson.

How This Young Entrepreneur Dominated an Industry Run by People Twice His Age

Esteban Kadamani went from working at Subway to co-founding a window installation company by age 22.

How to Convince Large Companies to Work With Your Startup

The founder of Llamasoft says it's important to tear down barriers of entry and make it as easy as possible for companies to work with you.

How Private Podcasts Could Change the Way Companies Communicate With Employees

'The market was ready because of the growth in Apple podcasting, Spotify and Netflix,' says Jen Grogono, CEO of uStudio.

How This Founder Built One of the Happiest Companies During the Recession

Samer Khouli, founder and CEO of TargetCW, explains how happy employees ultimately result in more profits.

Saying No to Investors Helped This Company in the Long Run. Here's How.

This entrepreneur says that when investors asked this entrepreneur and her team to compromise their integrity, she said no to a big check.