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Being Female Affects Business Loans from Family and Friends
It’s been said (ruefully) that Ginger Rogers had to perform the same dance moves as Fred Astaire, only backwards and in high heels. Unfortunately, this also holds true for women seeking Read More...
The Theory of Disruptive Innovation: Science or Allegory? The Theory of Disruptive Innovation: Science or Allegory?
“Every age has a theory about the past and the present, of what was and what is, a notion of time: a theory of history…Our era has disruption… [1] ” – Jill Lepore, David Woods Kemper ’41 Read More...
Author: Andrew King
Research Insight: Proven Entrepreneurs May Benefit Less from Partnering With Experienced VCs Research Insight: Proven Entrepreneurs May Benefit Less from Partnering With Experienced VCs
In 2000, the New England Patriots football team chose University of Michigan quarterback Tom Brady in the sixth round of the draft. He became the starting quarterback barely two years later, and on Read More...
Author: Jon Eckhardt
Entrepreneurs are Built, Not Born Entrepreneurs are Built, Not Born
Business journalism is filled with stories that lionize “born entrepreneurs” who turned a childhood business into serious money. These stories make it easy for people who think they Read More...
Author: Ron Mitchell
Connecting Business Research to Practice Connecting Business Research to Practice
Markets are a strong mechanism that force entrepreneurs to produce outputs that are useful to customers. Ironically and sadly, schools that groom future entrepreneurs too often don’t consider Read More...
The Spectacular Rise of the Indian Pharmaceutical Industry The Spectacular Rise of the Indian Pharmaceutical Industry
Emerging economies typically get a boost when their homegrown industries partner with multinational giants on research and innovation. Such strategies have lifted the fortunes of China, Malaysia and Read More...
Social Entrepreneurship Deserves Better Research Social Entrepreneurship Deserves Better Research
Social entrepreneurs have become celebrated members of the humanitarian community. Using creative thinking and sound business principles, they are tackling vexing social problems such as poverty, Read More...
Author: Brett Smith
When Entrepreneurs Have Trouble with Monogamy: It's Their Cognitive Style
Nothing turns an entrepreneur’s head faster than a glittering opportunity and the chance to pursue it with laser-like focus. But after the launch, when the novelty wears off and the day-to-day Read More...
'L3C' Designation Doesn't Matter to Consumers 'L3C' Designation Doesn't Matter to Consumers
In the alphabet soup of corporate structuring, being an “L3C” says that a company is committed to social or environmental goals as well as its stockholders. Unlike the nonprofit Read More...
Data Analytics Help Entrepreneurs Decide Where to Boldly Go Data Analytics Help Entrepreneurs Decide Where to Boldly Go
Just as space programs must carefully think out which parts of the cosmos can and should be explored, so must entrepreneurs navigate a seemingly endless universe of possibilities for their intellect, Read More...

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