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You don't need to be an "adult" to turn a profit — some teens are already building and running their own businesses and making money.
Check out these 10 child entrepreneurs that are probably already way more successful than you are — and remember what you were doing at their age.
An NYSE exec who’s interviewed hundreds of business leaders says you don’t have to be an extrovert to be a successful entrepreneur
Betty Liu, an exec with the New York Stock Exchange, is challenging the idea that people need a specific type of personality to succeed.
9 successful CEOs and entrepreneurs who can go hours — sometimes days — without checking their email or phone
These successful people say they take long breaks from email and digital technology — but they're still rockstars in industries from tech to fashion.
A legendary Los Angeles music manager and venture capitalist asks himself one question when deciding which companies to invest in
Legendary Los Angeles music manager and venture capitalist Troy Carter spoke at Business Insider's IGNITION Conference Tuesday afternoon in NYC.
A CEO who’s faced hundreds of rejections over her 20-year career waits 24 hours to send an email that more often than not helps turn ‘no...
Maria Hatzistefanis has been rejected hundreds of times in her career since founding the skincare company Rodial in 1999.
An ex-Googler who was hired at age 19 says on her first day in 2005, people were playing MC Hammer and throwing footballs on a campus that felt like a...
Falon Fatemi, the founder and CEO of the tech startup Node, was the youngest person Google ever hired when she got a job at age 19.
A founder who raised $23 million for her startup and convinced Mark Cuban to invest always takes the same 2 steps after a pitch goes wrong
Falon Fatemi has secured more than $20 million for her tech startup Node, and even convinced Mark Cuban to invest.
A CEO who starts Monday mornings with her most ‘boring and difficult’ tasks says any chronic procrastinator should do the same
Procrastination snowballs because our ability to make decisions breaks down over the course of a week, Maria Hatzistefanis of Rodial said.