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Tristan Walker acquisition by Procter & Gamble

While it’s true that he professed his ambitions to become the “Procter and Gamble for people of color” in my profile of him four ... with the cut-rate razors sold by Harry’s and Dollar Shave Club, now ... read more

Madison entrepreneurs lead by example in breaking down high-tech barriers

"It's a mobile survey platform designed to help brands and companies connect with millennials through quick surveys," Canty says. "We quickly realized when we were forming this business that ... perso... read more

Regional Business Data Released

How represented are women and minorities? Last week, new regional data released at the annual Sacramento Business Review showed some progress made in terms of the “Human Resources Barometer,” but crit... read more

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Generation Next: Michigan Chronicle celebrates 40 Under 40

They come from varying professional backgrounds including the arts, engineering, medicine, education, business and politics. They demonstrate having sound values and strong moral character. Lloyd L. B... read more

Bic was hip. But then the world, and investors, moved on

“Bic is a company at a standstill,” said Yorick Cazal, an independent wealth manager in Lausanne, Switzerland, who sold his shares in Bic a few years ... compete with Procter & Gamble Co.’s Dollar Sha... read more

Meet Roman Leal, Managing Partner at LEAP Global Partners

RL: Stanford Business School launched what's called the Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative. Really, that's where the idea for LEAP was born. Pablo Perez, my co-founder ... Is the person hones... read more

Breaking the inverted pyramid – placing news in context

But recently, several writers have argued that this model is outdated and needs to give way to a new system where context is king, Jason Fry argues that this “upside-down storytelling” is broken and w... read more

The Fragile Generation

And this, it could be argued, is why we have "safe spaces" on college campuses and millennials missing adult milestones ... but snuck off to the Family Dollar store instead. His dad was arrested for c... read more

Meet the top 100 business visionaries creating value for the world

It debuted a new printer than can seamlessly switch between 360,0000 colors and up to six materials. To put the technology into perspective ... Udemy Cofounder Eren Bali was interested in math growing ... read more

Gilt Groupe’s Flash Sales Directed by Analytic Software

"Inventory can get you into trouble," Gilt Co-founder and CEO Kevin P ... in 2012 after making about $500 million in revenues in 2011. Though Jacobs said his team's efforts have definitely contributed ... read more

The 9/11 Truth Conspiracy Is a Distraction from the Real Crimes of Our Government

Another conspiracist, Alex Jones, writes on his Web site, “Larry Silverstein ... when you make a tax-deductible donation to support our reporting, it will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the NewsMatch ... read more

Eight Toxic Foods: A Little Chemical Education

People see the bright colors in cake icing and sugary cereals and figure that ... if only he would give over his mind to it. Now, back to potassium bromate. The article says, “Only problem is, it’s li... read more

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