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Entrepreneurship

by Tara Rethore on January 23, 2013

5 Strategy Lessons from CEOs – Good Strategy from Start-up to Sustaining by @TRethore

by Tara Rethore on January 23, 2013

Blackboard CEO lives his own advice, shares practical strategic advice Blackboard, Inc. sprang onto the scene to become a well-recognized giant in education technology, seemingly overnight. Accused of steadily gobbling up its competitors, Blackboard – and its self-effacing CEO, Michael Chasen – instead doggedly pursued an idea to become InformationWeek 500’s Top Technology Innovator in 2010. [...]

by Melanie Spring on October 7, 2011

How Technology Changed Entrepreneurship

by Melanie Spring on October 7, 2011

  When I started Sisarina initially in January 2001, I used a paper ledger, a desktop computer with a CRT, and printed websites out to show clients in person. This was because many people still didn’t have email. Being at the forefront of building websites for small businesses has shown me just how far we’ve [...]

by Thursday Bram on August 25, 2011

Are Family Businesses A Guy Thing?

by Thursday Bram on August 25, 2011

Are family businesses started, more often than not, by men?

by Thursday Bram on July 26, 2011

My Little Sister’s Summer

by Thursday Bram on July 26, 2011

A 16-year-old’s summer job teaches both the teenager and her employer – who’s also her sister – new things.

by Robin Ferrier on July 15, 2011

29 Ways to Stay Creative… How Many Will You Try?

by Robin Ferrier on July 15, 2011

It’s important to find ways to stay creative while we deal with our daily lives.

by Dea Surjadi on September 30, 2010

Young Entrepreneurs: A Conversation With Lauren Rich

by Dea Surjadi on September 30, 2010

Can you tell me more about you, your company, and how it got started? I’ve always been pretty independent and entrepreneurial, so starting a business came naturally to me. I attribute these characteristics in large part to the dedication, hard work and competitive nature gained from figure skating growing up, as well as building a [...]

by Shonali Burke on September 17, 2010

Are You a Woman at the Top?

by Shonali Burke on September 17, 2010

If you’re in the DC metro area, you may be interested in this event coming up on September 28. What: Women at the Top: What Kinds of Influence Exist, and How Can Women Use Them to Build Their Own Success. It’s a discussion with with Selena Rezvani, MBA. When: Tuesday, September 28, 2010 6:00 – [...]