This week’s articles discuss the role of entrepreneurs in making a social impact in society, profile the next hot spot for start-ups, highlight how 10 entrepreneurs spend their lunch hour, and include tips from Zappos.com CEO Tony Hsieh.
The Rise of the Social Entrepreneur – David Bornstein, The New York Times
Many entrepreneurs recognize their role in advancing positive social changes with many businesspeople spreading new approaches through nonprofits, businesses or within the government, and addressing problems more successfully than in the past.
Where's the Next Hot Startup Spot? – Sean Griffin, CNBC
While Tulsa, Oklahoma is one of the most unexpected communities for entrepreneurs, the entrepreneurial ecosystem there has recently grown for small businesses, much like other larger cities.
How Entrepreneurs at 10 Cool Startups Spend Their Lunch Hour – Kara Ohngren, Entrepreneur
Ten young entrepreneurs share what they do during their lunch breaks to help re-energize for the rest of the work day.
Grow Your Company as Big as Zappos.com: 7 Tips From Tony Hsieh – Allison Fass, Inc.
Zappos CEO and serial entrepreneur Tony Hsieh shares tips on how to grow a company as big as his.
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