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When you run the biggest golf resort in the world and you bring a weak game, you play. Early and often, night and day. That's what Ken Chu did when he became vice-chairman of Mission Hills Group. The company opened the first course on what is now a sprawling 12-course club in Shenzhen, China, in 1994, and is building a 10-course venue in Hainan, the southern Chinese island Beijing is backing a tourism hub.
This week Gary Schoeniger’s, Founder and CEO of the Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative, (ELI), reviewed how entrepreneurs are more like insurgents rather than predators. We also looked at, how entrepreneurs like The Denver Cupcake Truck and Solotrekkers are using social media to build awareness of their...
From behind home plate, Jason Klein and Casey White look proudly at the Reading Phillies' flamethrower Phillippe Aumont. It's not his high-priced arm they're admiring, It's what he's wearing. "They're the only team with pink on their uniforms," White says.
While you're Dilberting away in your cubicle, there are people taking conference calls in broad shorts and flip-flops. While you're saving your two weeks of vacation to hit the sand, they're getting paid to be there.
Still a bit wrankled by Malcolm Gladwell’s recent article, “The Sure Thing,” in which he (mis)characterized entrepreneurs as “predators.” I began to search for a more accurate metaphor; one that might be negatively construed, yet more accurately describes the behavior and attitudes of successful entrepreneurs....
This week we looked at how entrepreneurs are finding financial relief through individual development accounts (IDAs). These accounts help small business owners boost their savings to purchase equipment or advertising for their companies. In addition to this we reviewed, 7 tips for generating buzz for...
This week we looked at a group of entrepreneur students at Babson College who transformed walls to whiteboards with their innovative entrepreneurial approach to the company IdeaPaint.
Also, Kauffman Foundation Vice President of Advancing Innovation Lesa Mitchell testified to the House Committee on Science and Technology...
SHANGHAI - The cost of doing business in China is going up.
Coastal Fcatories are raising salaries, local governments are hiking minimum wage standards and if China allows its currency, the renminbi, to appreciate against the U.S. dollar later this year, as many economists are predicting, the cost of manufacturing in China will almost certainly rise.
With the recession lifting, returning to normal (even if it's a new normal) will take some time. The economy is recovering, and business growth is beginning to resume.
The new national jobless numbers came out Friday morning with the umemployment rate falling from 9.9 percent to 9.7 percent - thank, in large part, to the 2010 Census that hired 411,000 temporary workers.
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