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Why This Is Airbnb's Year — 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.

The Inspiration Chronicles | — 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 — 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.

Reid Hoffman: What's Wrong With the Way You Hire — Reid Hoffman, the LinkedIn co-founder and author of the new book the Alliance, explains the more explicit conversation that will build trust and loyalty during your hiring process.

Inc. Editor's Letter June 2014 — Advertisement The day before this Editor's Letter was due, Inc. won a National Magazine Award for General Excellence. I was going to save the news for the end of the essay, but sorry: I can't help myself. These awards are the Oscars of our profession and I'm just too proud of the team at Inc.

Behind Every Great Entrepreneur is a Great Comeback Story — The most successful people have had some of the greatest failures--and then bounced back. Advertisement This article first appeared on CNBC. One tends to forget, but 25 years ago things were really different. Your phone and computer--if you had one--were just tools, no more or less sexy than a filing cabinet.

Inc. Editor's Letter April 2014 — Advertisement Conventional wisdom holds that the American work force is in decline. Employers complain that new entrants are undersize in skills but oversize in sense of entitlement. Charles Richardson, the founder of New Jersey-based Fox Industries, which makes industrial products used in advanced coatings, speaks for a lot of owners.

Barry Schuler: What to Do With an Investment That Values Your Company at a Billion Dollars — In a video interview with Inc. editor Eric Schurenberg, VC Barry Schuler explains the risk of taking a speculative valuation.

Editor's Letter: Tapping the Power of Your Creation Story — How you tell people about how you started your business can be critical to the success of your new venture. Advertisement There are said to be only a handful of plot lines in all of world literature--as few as seven or as many as 20, depending on which comp-lit professor is counting.

Daniel Kahneman: Personal Stories Have More Impact — You're likely to give more weight to experience than hard data, even when the past is unlikely to predict the future.
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