Mark Zuckerberg has been traveling across the United States over the course of 2017. Is this lengthy trip a personal interest or part of his 2020 elec ...
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Herbert Dow was a young entrepreneur who was selling bromine. Even in those old times, he had competitors – and quite smart ones! However, Dow had a tricky strategy that would allow him to reverse the field.
Can a song without any notes or words be commercially successful? You bet! Just sell it to the right customer.
SunEdison, once a Wall Street renewable energy darling, has declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy. While the industry has shown no signs of trouble, expanding in too many directions at once and falling into debt in order to finance acquisitions has toppled the energy giant.
The recently released iPhone X has many cool features that users are excited about. For example, animated emojis and Face ID are generating a strong buzz in the tech community. On one hand, it is an interesting innovation and a technological advancement. On the other hand, it is a bit scary considering this technology makes producing fake videos that much easier – and who knows what that could lead to? See for yourself in our video.
The idea of crowdfunding is quite tempting: as soon as you register your project on a crowdfunding platform, the backers will give you all the funding you need. Sounds great, doesn’t it? But let’s be realistic here.
Can you make money from a signed piece of paper? How? How much? And finally, can one make a business out of it?
Nowadays, it’s difficult for startups to practice economical responsibility. Investors insist on growth, competitors offer more perks and money is being thrown at you round by round – all this encourages spending, and visibly successful startups crash regularly. BrandYourself stopped burning through $300,000 per month and turned profits with the involvement of their staff and without any layoffs. It is quite the success story.
A story about how you can make money from your love for animals. If you don’t know how to monetize your dog passion, just watch this investory; it might direct you towards your future business.
If you have an idea but don’t have the money to implement it, ask for funding. Who should you ask? Everyone!
Electric cars are old news. It’s time to invest in new technologies. AIRPod, a compressed-air vehicle, is coming to town!
Curt Schilling started a video gaming company called 38 Studios with the aim of creating the best game available. Inexperience and the inability to listen to professionals cost Schilling his business, his money and his dream.
Pavel Tretyakov was an entrepreneur and philanthropist through and through. His work and generosity made his name carry on well after his death.
Living in the city is tough sometimes, especially for work-driven Millennials. One company offers a respite away from it all.
Mikey Bustos is a popular Canadian pop singer and public darling who opened the show for Christina Aguilera in the Philippines. If he took the easy route, he could just continue his musical career, sing at stadiums and lead the pop idol lifestyle... but Bustos is a very ambitious person. To prove this, his YouTube channel, AntsCanada, has over 850,000 subscribers.
The family of Russian merchant Nikolay Shustov, founder of one of the world’s largest spirits empire, has a special place in the history of Russian entrepreneurship. Shustov brandy squared off against French cognacs – and won by taking a Grand Prix!
Streamers are computer users who stream their display online in real time. Are they just showing off? Nope!: This is the new way of making money.
Are you over 30 years old but haven’t made millions yet? Don’t give up – statistics are on your side.
After earning millions in just a few years, musician Akon decided it was time to give back to his home continent, Africa.
Good startup ideas are often in plain view, but the difficulties of real life do not allow them to come into fruition. Why? Here are some real life examples.
It’s a tough hill to climb, but if you can earn the viewers, YouTube can be a money maker for you.
Still manually entering your hashtags? That’s sooooo last century. Automatically choose the most relevant hashtags for your posts with MyTager, and attract more views and likes - instantly.
Being an office worker at fraud companies like Enron does not guarantee someone a part of their dirty profits. On the contrary, they often get burned just like swindled investors.
Amazon’s Jeff Bezos believes that all companies need to be Day 1 operations. To do so, you have to “Disagree and commit.” Find out why.
The Galanis family seemed like the Corleone family of investment frauds when John Galanis and his sons Jason, Jared, and Derek took control of Gerova Financial Group. So, how did it all come undone?
Why paid copies of a product are more secure than investors of Silicon Valley
Apple Pay and its counterparts are becoming more and more popular as means of payment in our daily life. We could have used a similar and even cooler concept as long as 10 years ago, but something went wrong…
Richard began by defrauding the state and setting companies and funds offshore. But has it all been for good?
Congrats on launching your business! Are you ready to trade your time for business’ success? Great! Сheck out all the lessons Anastasia and Mitt learned in their 100 failed startups list.
The story of how the music of one Russian immigrant became forever inscribed in the history of aviation.
For a decade, illegal streaming service Grooveshark thought it could swim with major music sharks. They couldn’t have been more wrong.
If you think about it cleverly enough, any investment can be worthwhile. Even underwear. Here’s how.
The story of how a tech giant squared off against a Canadian student and its ensuing result on the Internet.
China’s demand for canned Canadian air revealed a market no one saw before. Where will you find your next great venture?
Truffles make a lucrative industry for several regions of the world. Find out why it pays to invest in the truffle business.
Is a profitable business possible without a “moral dilemma”? Real estate, oil, finance; is it possible to profit from completely virtuous ideas?
Vegans and Silicon Valley alike were duped into the vegan mayo craze. How did it happen? Meet Josh Tetrick.
What do a trader, a roulette gambler, and a lion trainer have in common? We have found this common trait.
Personal safety shelters are nothing new. Today, billionaires have traded bomb shelters for a country. Will that be the right investment in the event of the apocalypse?
A discussion over olives becomes a lesson in business. In turn, changing a small country in the process.
For two years, a Canadian-American had veritable monopoly on whiskey. Can someone do the same with marijuana?
Where are all the gains from famous Fuente Fuente Opus X cigars are going to? You'll be impressed.