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Magazine articles on business strategy, management and leadership.
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Fast Company
Alice Truong
Homejoy, The Startup That Makes All New Hires Scrub Toilets As the CEO and cofounder of San Francisco-based Homejoy, Adora Cheung has brought the house-cleaner matching service to 31 markets in the U.S. and Canada. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
Fast Company The World's Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Style We list various retailers and fashion conscious groups that help this industry move forward. mark for My Articles 88 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
February 12, 2014
Dina Gerdeman
Private Sector, Public Good What role, if any, does business have in creating social good? A new seminar series at Harvard Business School tackles this complex question. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
Fast Company
Samantha Cole
Tuning Out: How A Lightning-Fast Rapper Finds His Focus Pedro Antonio Rojas Jr., known on the mic as Tonedeff, is a fast talker -- 14.5 syllables per second to be exact. But getting focused, he says, means logging off of social media when it becomes overwhelming. mark for My Articles
Fast Company
Stephanie Vozza
5 Famous Entrepreneurs Who Learned From Their First Spectacular Failures Most new businesses fail -- that means most entrepreneurs and CEOs fail right along with them. Several authors and entrepreneurs explain what is needed for ultimate success. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
Fast Company
Chris Gayomali
Topshop Is Letting Shoppers Use Virtual Reality To See Its Runway Show We've known for some time now that Topshop's fondness for the cutting-edge extends well beyond the clothes it makes. The fashion magnate has shown a rare willingness to experiment with new technology mark for My Articles 26 similar articles
Fast Company
Rebecca Greenfield
Why The New York Times Hired A Biology Researcher As Its Chief Data Scientist It doesn't come as a huge surprise that the New York Times has hired a chief data scientist. What's surprising, however, is that the new hire, Chris Wiggins, has spent the last 10 years steeped in biology research. mark for My Articles 49 similar articles
Fast Company
Jessica Hullinger
Can This App Actually Make You A Better Driver? Inspired by existing smart data technology like the Jawbone Up wristband and the Nest thermostat, Jamyn Edis and his cofounder, Brian Langel, saw an opportunity to bring data analysis to cars. mark for My Articles 43 similar articles
February 6, 2014
Sarah Sluis
SugarCRM CEO Larry Augustin: 'CRM Space Has Underinvested in the Needs of the Individual' SugarCRM will devote its engineering budget to user-friendly changes in 2014. mark for My Articles 681 similar articles
Fast Company
Alice Truong
Payments Startup Stripe Now Lets Users Get Paid In Any Currency Three weeks after closing an $80 million series C round to finance its international expansion, payments startup Stripe announced Tuesday it will support 130 additional currencies, on top of its existing four. mark for My Articles 54 similar articles
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