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In-N-Out Billionaire Lynsi Snyder Opens Up About Her Troubled Past And The Burger Chain’s Future – Chloe Sorvino

Hamburger Lane is a quarter-mile, palm-lined stretch of Baldwin Park, California, 30 minutes east of Los Angeles. Halfway down the block, a low-slung building covered in gray siding sits behind a security fence. Knowing what’s inside the little structure helps explain the street’s unusual name. It’s the top-secret corporate test kitchen for In-N-Out Burger, the … Continue reading In-N-Out Billionaire Lynsi Snyder Opens Up About Her Troubled Past And The Burger Chain’s Future – Chloe Sorvino

4 Millennials Describe How The Great Recession Shaped Their Lives – Kristin Stoller

Call it the tale of two stereotypes. In one, Millennials are job-hopping crypto-crazed maniacs who would rather buy bitcoin than bonds. In the other, they’re a generation so scarred by the Great Recession that they cling to any chance for job security and keep their money (what little they have left after student loan payments) … Continue reading 4 Millennials Describe How The Great Recession Shaped Their Lives – Kristin Stoller

The High Risk High Reward World of Selling Stuff on Amazon – Lydia DePillis

When Nida Kazmi got laid off from her job as a product manager at Bloomberg two years ago, she came up with a fallback plan: Selling stuff on Amazon. She chose stackable baby formula dispensers because the category didn't seem to have much competition, and found a supplier in China to manufacture them. After hiring … Continue reading The High Risk High Reward World of Selling Stuff on Amazon – Lydia DePillis

An Entrepreneur’s Framework For Gaining Mental Clarity In Stressful Situations – Chris Myers

Anyone can survive the short-term fear of a roller coaster. Not everyone can endure the stress of entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship isn’t like a ride or a game, where there is a finite ending to the experience. The stress and fear of entrepreneurship is pervasive, persistent, and cumulative over time. Chronic stress negatively impacts both our physical … Continue reading An Entrepreneur’s Framework For Gaining Mental Clarity In Stressful Situations – Chris Myers

TED – Why The Secret To Success Is Setting The Right Goals by John Doerr

https://youtu.be/L4N1q4RNi9I Our Managers and institutions are failing us, but it's not always because they're bad or unethical, says venture capitalist John Doerr -- often, it's simply because they're leading us toward the wrong objectives. In this practical talk, Doerr shows us how we can get back on track with "Objectives and Key Results," or OKRs … Continue reading TED – Why The Secret To Success Is Setting The Right Goals by John Doerr

A Man Of 3 Worlds: The Russian-American Billionaire Giving Millions To U.S. and U.K. Universities – Angel Au-Yeung

Len Blavatnik, the Ukrainian-born and Russian-raised billionaire businessman with a net worth of $17.9 billion, says he has given away $500 million to charity so far, mostly to world-renowned universities like Oxford, Harvard, Stanford and Yale. When asked why he favors donating to higher education institutions, he explains shrewdly that for him, conducting philanthropy is … Continue reading A Man Of 3 Worlds: The Russian-American Billionaire Giving Millions To U.S. and U.K. Universities – Angel Au-Yeung

Transforming Students Into Entrepreneurs – Courtyard Hotels

Real World Scholars is a nonprofit organization that supports entrepreneurial learning in classrooms all over the country. Co-founder Elyse Burden has turned her passion for children into a thriving business giving kids job training in the classroom. At Courtyard, everything we’ve done for the past 35 years – every decision, every detail – has been … Continue reading Transforming Students Into Entrepreneurs – Courtyard Hotels

The Annoying Habits of Highly Effective People – bartleby

ONE of the time-honoured tropes of writing on business is the detailed description of the life of a corporate titan. Readers are expected to marvel at the stamina of Tim Cook, for example. Apple’s chief executive rises at 3.45am to deal with emails. Spare a thought for his underlings, whose iPhones buzz at 4am every … Continue reading The Annoying Habits of Highly Effective People – bartleby

These Mother & Son Entrepreneurs Went From Selling Soap On Harlem Streets To An $850 Million Fortune – Madeline Berg

The courtship began in May 2017 over dinner at Casa Lever, an upscale Milanese restaurant on the first floor of a landmark Park Avenue skyscraper. Richelieu Dennis, the 49-year-old cofounder of Sundial Brands, had spent 20 years avoiding meals like this with the U.S. president of Unilever, the $54 billion (2017 sales) Anglo-Dutch consumer goods … Continue reading These Mother & Son Entrepreneurs Went From Selling Soap On Harlem Streets To An $850 Million Fortune – Madeline Berg

How Roblox Is Training The Next Generation Of Gaming Entrepreneurs – Alex Knapp

When Alex ­Binello was 13, he started playing games on a ­website called Roblox. He loved spending time with titles like Work at a Pizza Place and Down Hill Smash! so much that he was inspired to build his own. Now, 11 years later, he is the creator of ­MeepCity, a sprawling role-playing game that … Continue reading How Roblox Is Training The Next Generation Of Gaming Entrepreneurs – Alex Knapp

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