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Oakland, CA
Editor-At-Large — Inc.

Editor-at-large Inc., author of some books

Lessons From a Blue-Collar Millionaire — It's Takeout Tuesday at Nick's Pizza & Pub, and the air is thick with the smells of hot pizza crust, peppers, onions, and cheese. Eighteen young men and women -- most of them high school age -- form an assembly line between a row of worktables and a long bank of pizza ovens.

Superintelligence Audiobook | Nick Bostrom | — Superintelligence asks the questions: What happens when machines surpass humans in general intelligence? Will artificial agents save or destroy us? Nick Bostrom lays the foundation for understanding the future of humanity and intelligent life. The human brain has some capabilities that the brains of other animals lack.

The Best Small Companies In America, 2016

The Best Small Companies In America

The Best Small Companies In America

Cue Ball Group Went Looking For The Next Starbucks And Found A Fresh Approach To Venture Capital — Cue Ball Group went looking for the next Starbucks and found a fresh approach to venture capital--one that emphasizes entrepreneurs over exits.

How to Build a Business to Last 100 Years — Tugboat Group CEO Dave Whorton, Amy's Ice Creams co-founder Amy Simmons, and Integrated Project Management CEO C. Richard Panico describe at the Inc. 5000 conference how to create a company that will outlive its founders.

In Search Of Great Small Companies — In February, Forbes will publish a brand new list of "The Best Small Companies in America," and we're looking for nominations.

The 7 Defining Characteristics of Evergreen Companies — Venture capitalist Dave Whorton and Red Herring co-founder Chris Alden use the term evergreen to describe the increasing number of private, profitable, market-leading businesses that are designed to remain unsold and independent for a long, long time. In a manifesto released at the launch of the Tugboat Institute, Whorton and Alden identified what they saw as the seven defining characteristics of evergreen companies.

How to Build a Company That Will Be Around in 2115 — A growing number of entrepreneurs are ditching the steroid-like growth that comes with outside investment, and building their companies to last...and last...and last.
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Apr 22, 2016

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