Finance

How to Budget for an Uncertain Future

Small business owners are living through the greatest economic challenge they may ever face. The Covid-19 pandemic won’t play out like an ordinary recession–there are no models that can account for the near-infinite variables affecting the United States’ ability to contain the pandemic and get the economy back to normal.  …

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4 Startups Aiming to Make a Remote School Year Work Better

With a chaotic and largely unsuccessful spring semester behind it, the country is getting ready for a school year unlike any other–and teachers, staff, and parents will need all the help they can get. Many of the country’s largest school districts, including New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago, are starting the …

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Bill Gates Just Told Elon Musk to Shut Up Already

Bill Gates is a true master of the diplomatic putdown. For example, when Donald Trump asked Gates, twice, if there were a different between HIV and HPV, Gates neatly skewered the POTUS by responding that “those are rarely confused with each other.” Translated into everyday language, that would be “[forehead …

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How This Ice Cream Entrepreneur Learned to Channel His Inner CEO

Note: This page will be continually updated as new episodes of Inc.‘s Book Smart podcast are released. Launching a startup is hard. Building a growing–and self-sustaining–company might be even harder.  Keith Schroeder knows this struggle well. In 2010, he founded Atlanta-based ice cream company High Road Craft Brands–and the first …

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What To Do If Your Business Is The Victim Of A Crime

At the core of Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO)‘s mission is an unrelenting commitment to helping entrepreneurs learn and grow in every stage, both personally and professionally. Businesses are facing unprecedented challenges due to both Covid-19 restrictions and protests against police brutality. We asked Emily Lazration from CoverWallet, a tech company that makes it easy …

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