This week’s articles discuss the importance of signing a prenup when co-founding a company, how an op-ed story created an entrepreneur, sustainable strategies for a successful Internet startup, and a Dow Jones study on the success of businesses with women executives.
Why I Always Tell Co-Founders To Sign A 'Prenup' – James Price, Business Insider
An entrepreneur explains why it is important for co-founders to predetermine how to split the business should the co-founders decide to part ways.
How an op-ed led entrepreneur to change her life – Anne Moore, Crain’s Chicago Business
An op-ed story about microloans as a sound investment and a means to empower impoverished women created an entrepreneur.
Sustainable Strategies for Internet Startup Success – Martin Zwilling, Forbes
Seven strategies on how to create a viable Internet startup.
Women Executives Make Venture-Backed Companies More Successful: Study – Deborah Gage, Venture Capital Dispatch (Wall Street Journal)
A recent study by Dow Jones revealed that venture-backed companies that include females as senior executives are more likely to succeed than companies where only males are in charge.
This post was authored by Founders Workbench.