From the Publisher
From the Trade Paperback edition.
These practical business gems deserve a place on your nightstand alongside this year’s bestsellers by Steve Case, Phil Knight, and Patrick Lencioni.
I WOULD GUESS THAT MANY, IF NOT MOST, kids who eventually became entrepreneurs wanted to grow up to be sports or TV stars. When you’re a kid, that’s who your heroes are. So it’s a bit ironic how many sports and TV stars, having grown up, now want to
Branding your company is one of the most important decisions you’ll make. Here’s how to get it right.
The new regime has had enough of smarty-pants geeks inventing stuff and making billions.
Learn to avoid the minutiae of the middle. You need to focus on the high and the low
By throwing out the approved checklist, Jobs got customers to meaningfully connect with the Apple brand.
To free up money to save, zero in on your three biggest spending buckets: your home, which eats up 33% of the average American’s budget, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, transportation (17%), and food (13%).
SATYA NADELLA’S TRAVELING REVIVAL SHOW ON THE ROAD WITH THE MAN WHO IS QUIETLY TRANSFORMING MICROSOFT.
iPHONE SALES HAVE SLUMPED, THE STOCK IS DOWN, AND PUNDITS INSIST THAT APPLE IS A TECHNOLOGY LAGGARD. SO WHAT? CEO TIM COOK AND TEAM ARE PLAYING THE LONG GAME. WHY THE COMPANY MAY BE STRONGER THAN EVER.
Apple’s desktop and laptop faithful are suffering in the iPhone’s shadow | “This is a company with no real vision for what its most creative users actually do”
Every city with a startup scene has that one spot where entrepreneurs flock. Inc.’s guide will have you acting like an insider on your next business trip
The people behind Peter Thiel’s 1517 Fund connect young startup types with peers and cash | “They are an intimate part of my experience with Silicon Valley”
On a scale of one to Theranos, how serious is your startup scandal? Using our own gauge of intensity (inspired by one created by venture capitalist Phil Libin), Fortune ranks some recent episodes.
SINCE STEVE JOBS APPOINTED COOK CEO IN 2011, APPLE’S REVENUE HAS TRIPLED AND MORE THAN A BILLION PEOPLE NOW USE ITS PRODUCTS.
FinderCodes makes finding lost items as easy as scanning a code on your smartphone.
With a $14.6 billion salvo fired at Apple over its tax deals in Ireland, European regulators are escalating their battle against American business.
We spoke with leaders of eight successful companies to find out their secrets for galvanizing their staffs, clients and even themselves. Get ready to be inspired.
The company’s new “spaceship” headquarters shows how its beauty has always been skin deep.
The founder and CEO of Care.com has grown her tech-savvy babysitting agency into a public company that generates $139 million in annual revenue by connecting families with caregivers
These brands took the No. 1 spot in various categories. Here's why.
The co-founder and former CEO of Evernote, who’s now a venture capitalist, wants to see results—not hear you talk about innovation
Its lawsuit against Qualcomm is a bid for better licensing deals | “They’ve got to get their margins higher”
How Google is beating Apple and Microsoft in the battle for America’s classrooms
A review of U.S. market regulatory filings raises questions about Virtu Financial, Vincent Viola’s high-frequency trading firm.
THE BEST INVENTIONS HELPING US HAVE MORE FUN
Starting a business overseas may seem daunting, but the rewards can be great. Here's what you need to know to find success as an entrepreneurial expat.
MANAGE TRANSITIONS. Moving into a new phase of your business can generate anxiety, says Harvard Law School’s Sheila Heen, who teaches negotiation, co-authored Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well, and is co-owner an
Sales of a carbonation device go from flat to sparkling.
Because grown-ups need the occasional sugar fix, too.
Images and videos usually serve as the most concrete, the most unarguable, and the most honest evidence of experiences and events we cannot witness ourselves. This is often the case in court, in the news, in scientific research, and in our daily live