Inc: The Startup Paradox

The Startup Paradox

Engineers, programmers, and a bevy of talented people are drawn to diverse, dynamic cities like Austin, Seattle, San Francisco and New York. That helps turn those those cities into tech hubs as startups beget other startups and the ecosystem (venture capital, legal, marketing, etc...) fills in around it.

Observer: How ‘Shattered’ Changed My Mind About Hillary: Now I Like Her More

How 'Shattered' Changed My Mind About Hillary: Now I Like Her More

Anyone interested in politics and not living under a rock (or without WiFi) knows that the first seminal tell-all, insider account of the 2016 presidential elections is now available for download or purchase. Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton's Doomed Campaign is a blow-by-blow account of the failed Clinton campaign, chronicling every misstep, bad decision, and fatal flaw that ultimately led to the election of Donald Trump.

Inc: If You're Going to Decry Capitalism, At Least Offer a Viable Alternative

If You're Going to Decry Capitalism, At Least Offer a Viable Alternative

Monday's lead editorial in the New York Times about the perils of the sharing economy was no different from usual. It echoes the rhetoric we hear regularly on college campuses - to the point where students in exceptionally privileged environments like Middlebury College now physically prevent outside speakers who don't share their (progressive) views.

What Would a White House Shakeup Mean?

Op-Ed: It's time for Trump to tell someone 'You're fired!'

Mandel Ngan | AFP | Getty Images Speculation over a White House staff shakeup is sending tremors throughout Washington. White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus is reportedly on the chopping block, while Senior Advisor Steve Bannon--who was removed from the National Security Council earlier last week--is battling with Trump's son-in-law and advisor Jared Kushner, who is consolidating power and influence.

Fortune: What Every Company Should Consider Before Feuding With Donald Trump

What Every Company Should Consider Before Feuding With Donald Trump

No matter what your politics are, we can all agree that we're now living in one of the most tumultuous and emotional periods in modern political history. Add in a deafening eco-chamber on Twitter, a relentless and highly energized media, and advocates of every stripe now having a digital megaphone in their pocket, and it's not surprising that so many CEOs are anxious about dealing with this new political climate.

Inc: What A Conversation Between Steve Bannon and President Trump Might Sound Like

What A Conversation Between Steve Bannon and President Trump Might Sound Like

Many have wondered about what's really going on behind the scenes at the White House and the types of conversations that the public is not exposed to. Since we likely won't be gaining access to those conversations anytime soon, here is a theoretical conversation between Donald Trump and Steve Bannon for your entertainment.

Inc: When Do You Draw The Line?

When Do You Draw The Line?

You're in your 40s. You've got a spouse. Kids. Friends that you've accumulated over the last several decades. Current colleagues. Former colleagues. Current employees. Former employees. You've had some luck in business, which means you now have resources, relationships, advice that people want. But you don't have the time or emotional bandwidth to accommodate everyone.