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Starting your own company can be costly. That's why we asked 11 members of the Young Entrepreneur Council to weigh in on some of the easiest, cheapest online businesses to build from the ground up.
Millennials have high "connectional intelligence," a trait that should be an advantage in today's workplace. But how do they convince the higher-ups they're worth a gamble?
Matt Wilson started Under30CEO while digging ditches for $15/hour. Was it easy? No. But it was worth it.
Working for a startup takes a diverse set of skills. Does your candidate have what it takes? These interview questions will help you figure it out, fast.
Hiring is just one piece of the innovation puzzle. The real measure of creativity is how you lead employees after they join your startup.
Startups can't always compete for a candidate's attention with salary alone. So why not compete with extras -- like flex work hours -- instead?
For entrepreneurs, negotiating -- with VCs, vendors, even employees -- is a must-have skill. Here are six smart tips for getting what you want.
A Wharton degree is great training for your career as an entrepreneur -- but some startup lessons can't be taught in a classroom.
What's a social media director really do, anyway? And more to the point, what skills do they need to have to do it well?
The most indispensable startup employees share 8 key traits. Here's how to spot them early.
No company can be successful without paying attention to the well-being of their people. But how do you get started?
Do you really need a legal agreement for every business relationship you enter into? Lawyer Rachel Rodgers offers her insights.
Anyone can be a brilliant coder -- but startups need web developers they can actually trust.
Franchising a small business is a great way to boost profits and expand quickly.
From how much equity to offer to probationary periods, there are a lot of factors to consider when making an early-stage startup hire.
One of your chief roles as a startup leader is to prioritize and communicate what is most important -- and that starts with your values.
Criticism can be even more motivating to startup founders than unhelpful "advice" from well-meaning sources.
Speaking engagements are a great way to grow your startup brand -- and your personal brand as CEO. Here are 12 ways to get started.
Startup founders might know their product inside out, but most could do with support in other areas -- namely finance and HR.
Finding a partner who will start up with you is a business relationship you don't want to gamble with. Eleven female founders share what to look for before you sign a single paper.
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