Apple earned a profit of $419,528 per employee in the past 12 months. . .
Visit Crain's Chicago Business for profile on Gtrot. Gtrot has transformed from an award-winning class project at Harvard into a Lightbank-funded Chicago startup, harnessing the power of . . .
MyYearbook is a social network Catherine and David Cook founded in high school to help them make friends. Geoff Cook, their older brother, joined as CEO and turned the startup into a full-fledged business.
In July the Cooks' company was acquired by publicly traded Que Pasa for about $100 million in cash and stock — mostly stock.
Last month we checked in with Geoff and Catherine to see what life is like after a big merger. They told us what when through their minds when they sold the company.
From Warren Buffett's annual shareholder letter, here's a gem…
“Buy commodities, sell brands” has long been a formula for business success. It has produced
enormous and sustained profits for Coca-Cola since 1886 and Wrigley since 1891. On a smaller scale,
we have enjoyed good fortune with this approach at See’s Candy since we purchased it 40 years ago.
It's that simple. Buy a cheap good, create a brand around it, sell it for more. Voila.
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As young entrepreneurs it’s important that we keep swinging for the fences. Super successful investors like Ron Conway say they’d rather invest in an 18 year old Mark Zuckerberg than a 31 year old seasoned entrepreneur because the young Sean Parker types truly think the sky is the limit. At Under30CEO we’re going to carry that mentality into the interviews that we conduct on the site.
For some small businesses, getting in the black presents a bigger challenge than for others….
It’s been nearly seven years since I posted Top 10 Business Plan Mistakes on this site. Looking back and reading the post again today, I think the list holds up very well.
Still, I can’t resist making a few changes. So here is my revised version for 2012, incorporating what I wrote back then that still holds true. . .