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Founded in 1968 by Steve Forbes, Jonathan Perel, and Michael Mims, Business Today aims to be the leading forum for student-executive interaction.
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Business Today Feb 11
Guest contributor David P. Willard, Founder & Chief Executive Officer of 52 Capital Partners, LLC, investigates America’s Skirmish Era with China.
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Business Today Feb 8
Check out the first place winner of the 2018 Writing Competition.
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Business Today Feb 8
Read this exclusive interview with Wendy Kopp from our Fall 2018 magazine!
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Business Today Feb 6
The Chinese Dream is the rejuvenation of the nation to its historical state of political and economic brilliance.
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Business Today Feb 5
“As money becomes digital and the world moves to mobile technology, we are benefiting from strong tailwinds.”
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Business Today Feb 4
Insurtech startups...companies that use cutting-edge technology such as machine learning to maximize savings, efficiency, and user experience, have stormed to the forefront of the insurance industry.
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Business Today Feb 1
“Juuling.” This word has become commonplace among youths in the U.S.. But what is a Juul, why has it become such a sensation, and why is the startup now valued at $15 billion?
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Business Today Jan 31
“Sustainability can’t be just for people who can afford it, because in fact the people who can least afford it are the ones who will suffer the most from the effects of climate change.”
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Business Today Jan 29
A new wave of female-focused companies are creating a new paradigm of brand-customer interaction that focuses on creating a community and bringing their customers closer than ever.
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Business Today Jan 28
“Students are more likely to be open to listening to their peers, not to adults, or to people who are in a different phase of their own lives.” -
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Business Today Jan 25
The notion that content, not hardware, has sustained Amazon’s Kindle empire is reflected in a less-discussed offshoot of the digital book industry.
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Business Today Jan 24
“Quick and easy delivery” is the tagline of the so called On-Demand economy. However, with the speed with which these start-ups deliver their service, failure might inevitably be the outcome.
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Business Today Jan 23
eSports players can make a solid career and lifestyle out of what was once seen as just a hobby.
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Business Today Jan 22
"We listen closely to user feedback, and we saw that our users wanted more opportunities to connect with the people around them - and not just in dating." - Alex Williamson (Chief Brand Officer at Bumble)
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Business Today Jan 21
Tedious though the commute may be, it is important to development, and represents a huge frontier for change. So what’s happening?
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Business Today Jan 18
Today, two notable phenomena have emerged as a result of broadcast’s increasing digestibility: the increasing ubiquity of podcasts and the greater presence of college-based radio stations.
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Business Today Jan 17
While many in the United States dread climate change, other countries are moving to capitalize on the changing environment.
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Business Today Jan 16
By capitalizing on a previously extinct style of entertainment mostly found in children’s books, implementing the interactive “choose-your-own-adventure” idea may be Netflix’s best marketing ploy yet.
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Business Today Jan 15
These expedition cruises are certainly not your typical, beaches-and-palm-trees destinations that you’d expect from a cruise.
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Business Today Jan 14
Writer Rhea Park considers why the trend of having men wear makeup hasn't yet made it over to the Western Hemisphere.
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