A new report shows Mumbai to be a hotbed for Indian startups.
Few women in Kenya have land title documents, and few are getting them, which means most are locked out of the chance to start a business - but loans can help.
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The co-founder of China's internet giant Alibaba shares some unconventional words of wisdom.
Design free-thought can break us out of the traps of ideology and commercial imperatives that have driven entrepreneurship in the past.
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The festival boasts ice sculptures, replicas of historical monuments and landmarks, and even hosts a freezing cold swimming event.
Success in the coming decades isn’t just a matter of understanding new technologies – it’s understanding that change must begin now.
In spite of the rise of the internet, we are no less addicted to books. But the web is changing how authors reach their audiences.
Joy at work should be a key performance indicator, because it promotes an invaluable team bonding that affirms the contribution of every employee.
From Harry Potter to Fantastic Mr. Fox, these childhood stories that have inspired actors, authors and entrepreneurs.
Lisa Witter, founder of new ideas-sharing platform Apolitical, explains why technology can only provide half the solution for government initiatives of the future.
Business is waking up to the fact that the culture of quarterly-earnings reports and shareholder short-termism is toxic.
Women who join so-called 'stitch n bitch' groups in the US were 25% more likely to turn their hobby into a business, finds a survey of 400,000 knitters and crocheters.
You don't have to wait until you're 42 to found a successful start-up, as a recent MIT study advised. Millennial entrepreneurs are taking shortcuts, and building skills agility instead.