High school, for many, is more likely to inspire boredom than the next great business idea. But for Richard Lorenzen, homeschool education led him to found a multimillion-dollar business.
Tracy Britt Cool was just 25 when she started working for Oracle of Omaha.
“There is no avoiding pain, especially if you’re going after ambitious goals,” says the founder of Bridgewater Associates, the world's largest hedge fund.
Ideas are a dime a dozen, or so they say, but finding one that can go the distance is a different story. 9GAG's co-founder and CEO says Silicon Valley showed him the secret recipe.
“I’m actually surprised by how much money I got,” the 44th President said.
The former president says "we’re going to have to consider new ways of thinking" as technology threatens current labor markets.
According to Richard Thaler, "Warren Buffett says a lot of smart things."
Rolling with the punches has become Alexa Von Tobel's biggest advantage.
Alex Banayan learned how to send a proper cold email after an awkward encounter.
The company is making the change for environmental reasons.
The financier spends his free time spinning vinyl at parties and events around the world.
"Nobody bats a thousand,” Munger says.
For Nicola Elliott, a founder of Neom Organics, explained why it’s important for each business partner to have their own unique characteristics.
When launching a business, one of the biggest questions for entrepreneurs can be when to take the leap and quit your steady day job. 9GAG CEO Ray Chan reveals how he pulled it off.
"I've always believed in myself and I knew I was capable," says Kylian Mbappe.
Musk's experiences helped him decide how "to be useful."
As entrepreneur Reid Hoffman once said, “If you're not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you've launched too late.”
The three businesswomen talk about what they wish they’d known at the beginning.