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While it's been effective for startups in Silicon Valley, the Lean Startup Model isn't right for every type of business. Lean Planning works by combining useful parts of the model with elements of traditional business plans.
Few people like navigating complicated phone trees or sending an email to a black box. This is how they really want to communicate with your business.
Don't start asking investors for money until you have a full sense of what your business is and how much it will take to get it off the ground.
Not sure if you should take on outside funding? Check out this example that shows exactly what happens to your ownership stake when you do.
In the latest episode of the #AskGaryVee Show, a new online video series, Gary Vaynerchuk talks about big business ideas--and does the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Uber won't be allowed to operate in the German capital.
Inc. columnist Jeff Haden goes to a Def Leppard concert... and walks away with much more.
The world's largest retail store cut its profit outlook as its customers continue to spend cautiously.
Technology company Cisco announced the massive layoffs during a Wednesday conference call.
MobileRoadie co-founder Michael Schneider swears by these healthy habits.
There are a lot of misconceptions about how Apple designs its products. Here's the truth on how the company handles deadlines--and why you should do the same.
A new report identifies one big way early-stage startups may be making hiring much more difficult on themselves.
These super-rich youths have a lot more going for them than dumb luck.
A look at the reasons for the pay gap between men and women, and what can be done to overcome it.
Once you've identified employees with high potential for leadership, there are three important areas you need to help them master.
Serial entrepreneur Steve Blank explains how to better understand customer expectations.
They're driven. Ambitious. Always busy. And for some men--intimidating.
Freshii founder Matthew Corrin dishes on his unusual travel habits and why they work for optimal health.
The film debuted 75 years ago--and it remains a rich metaphorical source of business wisdom.
Every investor wants to invest in the "next big thing," but how can you tell when you've finally find a diamond in the rough? This is a list of five things to look for.