Originally from Billings Montana, Patrick Sauer is a freelance writer based in Brooklyn. firstname.lastname@example.org @pjsauer
How Jerry and Mindy Harvey saved Alex Van Halen's hearing (what's left of it), learned some important lessons about business, and built Ultimate Ears, a $22 million company that is deeply embedded in the culture of the music they love.
John Dane III is a lifelong sailor and has made millions as founder of the nation's largest mega-yacht builder. But in August, at the age of 58, he'll be making a run at a gold medal as the oldest member of the 2008 U.S. Olympic team in Beijing. As he puts it, I'm living the American dream.
Inc . staff writer Patrick Sauer talks with Alan Alda about his starring role in the Broadway drama, Glengarry Glen Ross .
The one thing worse than a cubicle is no cubicle.
Thomas T.C. Dantzler is like most successful, hard-working business owners. With one big exception: In August, he will put his company on hold, head to Beijing, and compete in the Olympics.
Meet six students who have already taken the entrepreneurial leap.
Sure, too many coaches write books that try to apply the lessons of football to the world of business. But there really are some management lessons that can be learned on the gridiron.
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Blendtec CEO Tom Dickson and marketing guru George Wright discuss the lessons of their now-legendary Will It Blend? marketing campaign.
Want wind in your hair? Push the button and wait 22 seconds.
Driving Bugatti's Veyron--top speed 253 miles per hour--is like getting shot out of a cannon.