India is a much more entrepreneurial society than the United States. That may seem surprising since India is poor and we typically associate entrepreneurship with being rich, but it's clearly true.
The other day a friend contacted me, looking for an article that explained why centralization is bad. At first I was sure there had to be many, but I came up dry. Hence today's article.
A father and son team in the START-UP NY program have invented a liquid metal printing machine that could represent a significant transformation in manufacturing.
Reality is always vastly more complex than is any mental model that we humans might use to make sense of it and to navigate it.
Elon Musk's carefully crafted words about the merging of Tesla and SolarCity creating the world's only integrated sustainable energy company didn't land on deaf ears at BYD.
You'll never make it to become a true entrepreneur … after that nice lunch you did not want to put on rubber gloves, soap the sponge with detergent and scrape all the plates, forks, glasses, one by one, rinse and rinse again, dry them off, and pu