For nearly 30 years, Kawasaki has earned a notable reputation as a venture capitalist, entrepreneur and popular blogger.The former Apple evangelist will share his provocative insights and commonsense practices for succeeding in today's business world. In this segment he explains how the sinergy between the two Steves in Apple made Apple what it is today.
Every job has some level of stress, but some are much more attractive than others. CareerCast publisher Tony Lee joins the News Hub to break down the least and most stressful jobs of 2014. Photo: Careercast.com.
As a child, Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos, had the entrepreneurship bug, and his first venture was a worm farm. He learned a lot from its failure – lessons he has kept in mind throughout his career and that are relevant for other aspiring entrepreneurs.
Being an entrepreneur is a bit like being MacGyver, says Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh. He says he was inspired by the TV character’s resourcefulness in getting out of scrapes. Building businesses requires similar “creativity, optimism and street smarts.”
In this episode of HipMojo, Ashkan Karbasfrooshan and CT Moore discuss cover AOL going private, Ashton Kutcher's lack of disclosure, the Ooyala/Disney deal and Forbes' study of Facebook's unsocial users.