Image credit: Pixabay Some businesses can be very cheap to launch, but others require a bit more capital to get going. Depending on your business model, you could be looking at spending next to nothing, or you might need a fair bit of money to get started. If you’re not sure if you’ll be able…
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Here are some things you can do now to fuel growth with less cash.
Bill Gates, who has been identified as the world’s most significant donor in the fight against AIDS, shares his thoughts on the pandemic with some of Africa’s most prominent academics.
A lesson in the courage to face the world as it is, and the strength to carry on.
If you don’t think you have a network of business connections, think again. You likely have more than you realize!
Nearly four years after the first round of school nurse lays offs in Philadelphia, which sparked weekly protests that lasted months, staffing has worsened and stakeholders continue to be outraged, leaving a mass boycott of the school district as the remaining valuable option for those seeking justice.
Brittni Brown examines the rise of new concerns on the heels of the decreasing Ebola epidemic in Western Africa.
Martyn Sibley on how to shop – for and with – a disability.
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A school shuts down and no one asks, “Where are those kids now and what are we doing for them?” Amanda Keller-Konya and Dennis Danziger document school closings through words and photos.
The short documentary “The Missing Note” shows how fine arts are not just fun but integral for students and their education and what we can do to save them.
Seth Godin talks of patient capital, markets that work, and how an infinite increase in income or productivity can change everything.
Mark Crowther talks about the qualities that make a great start-up—they’re more subtle than you might think.