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Women start far fewer companies than do men, and that's bad for the economy and for women. An expert explains why this is and how female business builders can overcome obstacles.
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Questioning the Value of an MBA
Before investing time and money in the degree, prospective students need to know if they have management or entrepreneurial talent in the first place.
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People with entrepreneurial talent exist within your company, and they can play key roles in helping your business grow.
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Gallup research into successful entrepreneurs sheds light on why some new companies succeed but most don't. It's a matter of talent, an expert explains.
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