Entrepreneurship

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By: Bo Burlingham

“No two exit experiences are exactly alike. Some people wind up happy with the process and satisfied with the way it turned out while others look back on it as a nightmare. The question I hope to answer in this book is why. What did the peop...

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By: Mikkel Svane, Carlye Adler

The real story of what it takes to risk it all and go for broke. Conventional wisdom says most startups need to be in Silicon Valley, started by young engineers around a sexy new idea, and backed by VC funding. But as Mikkel Svane reveals in Start...

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By: Mark J. Kohler

The Tax and Legal Playbook: Strategies that Save You Time and MoneyCPA and Attorney Mark J. Kohler answers the leading tax and legal questions facing small business owners, across all stages of business, and delivers a comprehensive playbook of cl...

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By: Inc The Staff of Entrepreneur Media, Cheryl Kimball

START YOUR OWN EVENT PLANNING BUSINESS AND CELEBRATE ALL THE WAY TO THE BANK!Weddings, graduations, birthday parties, anniversaries, and conferences—what do these all have in common? Everyone would rather hire someone else to plan and run the...

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By: Mark Kitto

One of the better known entrepeneurs of his generation in China.' -- New York Times. British entrepeneur's gripping, thriller-esque memoir about his daring attempt to force open China's closed media sector. For seven roller coaster years, Kitto ou...

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By: Betsy Kruger

AESOP'S KEYS TO PROFITABLE MARKETING "Want to generate more profits? Dr. Kruger lays out easy-to-follow ways to increase your profits," testifies Ken Bernhardt, Taylor E. Little Regents Professor of Marketing Emeritus, Robinson College of Busines...

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By: Nicholas Harkiolakis

In Multipreneurship: Diversification in Times of Crisis, Nick Harkiolakis argues against the more commonly held view that diversification at the level of the individual entrepreneur, rather than that of the established corporation, is the wrong bu...

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By: Randall Lane

The ultimate insider look at the newest titans of tech—and what you can learn from their successIn 2007, twenty-one-year old David Karp launched Tumblr, a simple micro-blogging platform, on a whim. By 2012, it had become one of the top ten o...

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By: Gardner Jeremiah, Cooper Brant

Goodbye, old-school branding. Hello, innovation. As much as traditional branding may flinch at the idea, the great brands emerging today are no longer being developed by a "brand genius" on the 40th floor of a Madison Avenue high rise. Today, g...

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By: Linda Rottenberg

"If people aren't calling you crazy, you aren't thinking big enough."These days taking chances isn’t just for college dropouts in hoodies. Whether you work at a Fortune 500 company, a nonprofit, or a mom-and-pop, everybody needs to think and...