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Shares of the burger chain doubled within minutes of the opening bell.
Hire the right people. Don't run out of money. And always have a North Star, says First Round partner Rob Hayes.
Management Isn't Fun--It's Dung
The best 5% are worth tens of millions to their companies, easily, because they can save a company from utter failure. The worst 5% are worth negative tens of millions.
You can't add more hours to the day, but you can increase your employees' productivity by improving their focus and eliminating distractions.
How do you get web visitors to stick around? First, learn to stop scaring them off.
Whether you're considering going after bank financing, angel investment or venture capital you should know the pros and cons of each.
Why defining the business you're in matters more than ever.
Whether its data security, anti-corruption law or health care compliance, business owners have no shortage of changing policies to devote their attention to this year.
Do you feel like there are never enough hours in the day? Read this to make the most of your time.
A quick guide to brainstorming gone wrong.
Hint: It's never too soon to think about your startup exit strategy.
If the water cooler talk is all about the Super Bowl, you can bet there is betting going on. Here's what you should think about that.
Hard work is only one piece of the puzzle. That's what mom taught me.
The original mad scientist would serve as inspiration for everyone from Elon Musk to Jack White. And though he was an awful businessperson, you can learn as much from his failures as you can his victories.
U.S. pay and benefits rose by the most in six years last year.
The U.S. economy slowed to 2.6 percent growth in the fourth quarter of 2014, despite strongest consumer spending since 2006. This year should still be a good one, though.
Got a line of people at your cash register? Here's what the research says about why whatever you're selling just went up in value.
Businesses stay clear of using Super Bowl name.
Brands struggle to reach the coveted teen demographic, and boyd knows why.