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How to Become Inc.'s 'Company of the Year'

Jul 27, 2015

Wanna be @Inc's company of the year? EIC @EricSchurenberg, founders of @Airbnb, @Evernote, @Zumba share their advice: inc.com/eric-schurenbe…

How They Do It in Flyover Country

inc.com — While we were working on this issue of Inc., I took a couple of days out of the office to moderate a panel at a startup week in Fort Collins, Colorado. I was happy to do it. Some publications seem to think entrepreneurship is practiced only in California, New York City, and Boston.

How to End World Poverty (and Beat Amazon)

inc.com — A lot of people are out to change the world, and a good many of them are entrepreneurs. After all, if you're not convinced you're doing something great, there are much easier paths to choose in life than entrepreneurship. Even so, most of the business owners I meet deny they're doing anything special.

Inside Story: Inc.'s 'How I Did It' Issue

inc.com — I had coffee on a recent morning with an entrepreneur, as I often do. What struck me about this founder, an enthusiastic Ohioan named Austin Allison, was how unremarkable his remarkable story was. He is CEO of dotloop, a maker of cloud-based software that streamlines the maddeningly slow dance of documentation that accompanies any home sale.

Born Leaders or Idea Machines?

inc.com — Picture an entrepreneur. What comes to many people's minds is a sort of mad scientist of business creation--a person naturally exploding with new ideas about how to make a buck. That may be part of the story, but you know ideas alone don't build companies. Building takes leadership, and leadership takes continuous, counterintuitive, ego-minimizing work.

It's Stacking Up to Be a Great Year

inc.com — Have you ever gotten the feeling that a lot of people are talking about you? Well, we have recently here at Inc. But in a good way. First the American Society of Magazine Editors singled us out for their National Magazine Award for General Excellence. We were pleased by that.
Jan 21, 2015

RT @Inc: To our readers: Thank you for helping us start 2015 on a high note! We couldn't do it w/o you. bit.ly/1CB57ba pic.twitter.com/49hcmIDNnx

Jan 21, 2015

RT @Inc: To our readers: Thank you for helping us start 2015 on a high note! We couldn't do it w/o you. bit.ly/1CB57ba pic.twitter.com/49hcmIDNnx

Jan 22, 2015

RT @Inc: To our readers: Thank you for helping us start 2015 on a high note! We couldn't do it w/o you. bit.ly/1CgwSbe pic.twitter.com/ks7gqkFPKI

Why Everyone Is Talking About Inc

inc.com — Have you ever gotten the feeling that a lot of people are talking about you? Well, we have recently here at Inc. But in a good way. First the American Society of Magazine Editors singled us out for their National Magazine Award for General Excellence. We were pleased by that.

Why This Is Airbnb's Year

inc.com — With this issue of Inc., we close our 35th-anniversary year by honoring one of entrepreneurship's most controversial companies. Editors Kris Frieswick and Jim Ledbetter and writer Burt Helm certainly had a good idea of what they were getting into when they chose Airbnb as company of the year.
Dec 05, 2014

@IPandEguy I work for @Inc. I'll always side with entrepreneurs. In this case, I'm siding with history too. ow.ly/Fq4n9

The Inspiration Chronicles | Inc.com

inc.com — In every issue of Inc., we try to serve up a variety of feature articles. Some offer direct, practical how-to advice, like this month's Know How cover story. Others address big issues that affect entrepreneurs, such as crowdfunding. And some are just great yarns.

Who's not on the CNBC NEXT LIST

cnbc.com — Maybe you noticed: For a network that made its name tracking public companies, CNBC's NEXT LIST is surprisingly heavy with entrepreneurs and surprisingly light on corporate titans. Yet this is exactly as it should be. The goal of CNBC's NEXT LIST is to identify business leaders likely to make the most profound difference in people's lives over the next 25 years.
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New @Inc: The Big Copyright Surprise Behind 'Happy Birthday to You' bit.ly/1H3DpV8

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