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He Sold His First Business To Google And Just Raised $120 Million For His Next Startup

Ray Reddy has raised millions of dollars in startup funds, sold a company to Google and is taking on the local business gauntlet in an innovative new way. Yet, he chose to exit Google and Silicon Valley to launch his latest venture. In his…

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He Left The World of Traditional Employment And Built a Million-Dollar, One-Person Business

Anthony Martin, 36, has created financial freedom for himself that many people can only dream of. He generates $1 million in annual revenue at Choice Mutual, a one-man insurance agency he founded, by selling a very specialized niche product: final expense insurance. It covers…

World’s Largest Business Organization Embraces Blockchain

From the embers of World War I emerged a new kind of organization, led by entrepreneurs, committed to ensuring the free flow of goods across the world’s war-ravaged borders. The International Chamber of Commerce, whose mission is to streamline global business, is one of…

This Ex-Googler Built What Is Now A $6 Billion Business And Raised $400 Million For His Next Company

Many entrepreneurs seem to struggle with following what they are passionate about, versus creating startups just for the money. Mohit Aron went with passion, co-founded a company that successfully completed an IPO with a valuation of more than $6 billion today, and has raised…

How The Son Of A Hedge Fund Billionaire Plans To Cure FOMO With An App

Diesel Peltz, 25, son of hedge fund billionaire Nelson Peltz, is on a mission to cure FOMO (fear of missing out) with Twenty, an app that encourages offline interactions in the real world. Launched on Tuesday, Twenty, formerly known as InSite, seeks to relieve…

7 Secrets to Effective Teamwork (as Reported by Hundreds of Teams)

What do effective teamwork and Russian literature have in common? Why is successful teamwork so much like a happy marriage? How can you make teamwork more effective? Let’s start with this premise: Happy teams are all alike; every unhappy team is unhappy in its…

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