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Inc. is an American business magazine founded in 1979 and based in New York City. It publishes eight print issues annually, as well as daily online articles and videos. Published by Mansueto Ventures. Inc. is best known for its annual rankings of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States, called the "Inc. 500" and "Inc. 5000."Source
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The Day the World Didn't End

The Day the World Didn't End

Twenty years ago, an item of fake news spread across the Web, causing tens of thousands of companies to waste as hundreds of billions of dollars which in turn contributed to a collapse of the economy. That event is important today because the same thing could easily happen now. Before getting started, though, I give you fair warning. This is a much longer post than usual and it's pretty detailed. Also the events I describe are based upon my memory of them. I'd try to find links to the various articles, not all that much of the 1997 Internet remains today to be linked to, frankly. So let's...

December 29, 2019
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Evernote Founder Phil Libin Says These 2 Numbers Are Key to Growing Your Company Without Killing It

Evernote Founder Phil Libin Says These 2 Numbers Are Key to Growing Your Company Without Killing It

Entrepreneur and investor had already founded a small handful of companies when he began his best-known role, as chief executive of . He'd networked his way into Silicon Valley by asking smart questions of successful people, including founders of such companies as Salesforce and Yahoo. Inc. asked several entrepreneurial luminaries like Libin to share a piece of . Here's one piece of advice so specific--and reliable--that Libin has come back to it many times throughout his career. --As told to Christine Lagorio-ChafkinProbably the came from Hiroshi Mikitani, who is the founder and CEO of...

April 20, 2019
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McDonald's Wrote A Startling Letter That Should Truly Worry Customers

McDonald's Wrote A Startling Letter That Should Truly Worry Customers

 usually looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. We're all in this together.Such is a popular mantra currently. If your business is going to survive these torrid times of Coronavirus, every hand on deck should be propelling the ship forward.Some business models may be more vulnerable to friction in the bad times.McDonald's has had enormous success with its franchise model. However, as the company got bigger it began to move more slowly. Change was glacial. Which, when you have so many sprightly competitors, allows them to feel more current...

April 18, 2020
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Instead of Laying Off 20 Percent of His Company, This CEO Made an Unusual Decision. It's a Lesson in Emotional Intelligence

Instead of Laying Off 20 Percent of His Company, This CEO Made an Unusual Decision. It's a Lesson in Emotional Intelligence

is ravaging the global economy and  For Gravity chief executive Dan Price, that challenge was crushing: The company's revenue had essentially been cut in half. Price was now faced with a grave decision: lay off 20 percent of his employees or go bankrupt.Price refused to accept either option. Instead, he decided to do something almost unheard of in today's business environment:He asked his employees what to do."As a CEO, I don't believe in top-down decisions,"  "I spent 40 hours talking with every employee about our finances and asked for ideas."What followed was a master class in --and a...

April 1, 2020
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Coronavirus May Finally Be the End of the Open-Plan Office

Coronavirus May Finally Be the End of the Open-Plan Office

Final Deadline: May 22

April 28, 2020
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Steve Jobs Loved Walking Meetings. New Research Shows Why He Was Right

Steve Jobs Loved Walking Meetings. New Research Shows Why He Was Right

A new experiment shows how people can become better connected in 4 1/2 minutes or less. Steve Jobs had a favorite way to hold a meeting with an employee, partner, or potential collaborator: He liked to walk, usually simply strolling around the company's neighborhood in Cupertino, California. He was onto something. Conducting a meeting while walking has clear health benefits for the participants, but it turns out it benefits the meeting, too. New research from the University of Hong Kong shows that walking side by side helps people connect to each other. This effect is so powerful that it...

February 25, 2020
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Questions to Ask Yourself to Get the Most Value From a Startup Adviser

Questions to Ask Yourself to Get the Most Value From a Startup Adviser

Join The Community of America'sFastest-Growing Companies.Extended Deadline: May 29

May 8, 2020
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When Raising a Round, Not All Capital Is Equal

When Raising a Round, Not All Capital Is Equal

Join The Community of America'sFastest-Growing Companies.Extended Deadline: May 29

February 3, 2020
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How I Got My Startup on 'Shark Tank' in 7 Steps

How I Got My Startup on 'Shark Tank' in 7 Steps

Nearly 8 million viewers watch Shark Tank weekly to connect with entrepreneurs living the American Dream. Over 30,000 companies apply annually for their 10 minutes in the limelight, but only 200 get filmed-and just over 100 actually get aired. Having just taken my company through the arduous 18 month process and getting my airtime, I'm able to share some strategies we used to ensure our company made it to the coveted prime time slot.1. Select the right "schtick."While there's no way to guarantee your episode will air, there are certainly some personality archetypes that make for good TV....

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