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4 Things Every Leader Needs to Know Today About Corporate Citizenship

Today's business leaders need to do more than just make money: They are responsible for serving their communities.

This Entrepreneur Shares How She Built an Audience Without Advertising

When most platforms wouldn't even allow this company to advertise on their sites, the founder had to get creative.

Jason Feifer

How This Entrepreneur Saved a Damaged Brand (Remember About.com?)

Learn how Neil Vogel took over the old internet giant About.com and transformed it into a thriving company called Dotdash.

Jason Feifer

This Entrepreneur Shares How He Sold the Product That Everyone Said Was Impossible

When Eric Korman told everyone he wanted to sell perfume online, everyone thought he was crazy. He ended up proving them wrong.

Joe Keohane

Make Yourself Comfortable Inside SeatGeek's Office

The office is seen, affectionately, as a home away from home, which is perhaps why the company is attracting so much new talent.

Can the Annual Review Be Replaced By an App?

More companies are turning to apps that offer real-time feedback from bosses, peers and subordinates alike. But do they work?

Elizabeth Dunn

People Love Your Idea, But It Doesn't Make Money. Now What?

The founder of Shift shares how he was forced to get rid of a feature everyone loved.

Jason Feifer

An Entrepreneur Editor Shares How to Get Press Coverage for Your Business

In this video, Entrepreneur's Liz Webber shares the right way to pitch your business.

Rose Leadem

How to Grow Your Business by Knowing Your Audience

Eve Rodriguez talks about growing candy company Dulcelandia after appealing to a wider Latino population.

This Entrepreneur Shares How to Name Your Company -- or Fix a Bad Name

The founder of Policygenius walks us through the rigorous process she went through to scrap a confusing name and create one that led to success.

Jason Feifer

How This Entrepreneur Turned a Lowbrow Product Into a Luxurious One

After setting aside his music career, Sean Dowdell wanted to start his own tattoo parlor, but he needed to find a way to make a traditionally lowbrow product appeal to a high-end, but still edgy, audience.

Joe Keohane

Founders Share How They Survived a Major Crisis -- and What They Learned From It

From a client taking their company hostage to a competitor smearing their product, entrepreneurs share how they got through awful situations.