This guy is fortunately back on his feet with a job now but really interesting story from 20/20 if you all had not seen it previously.
I wanted to share this outstanding article which was featured in the recent Forbes Investment Guide (a segment of Forbes Magazine). It dives into the workings of the Wasatch Emerging Markets Small Cap Fund. The fund (which has over $800 Million) consists of only 8 people: principals Laura Geritz & Roger Edgley and six researchers. […]
There is an excellent recent Wall Street Journal article interviewing Ron Shaich, co-founder of Au Bon Pain and Panera Bread Co. Despite the whole carb conscious world, the chain with the word “Bread” in it is doing pretty well. Panera Bread has revenue of $1.3 Billion, and Business Week also listed it in its list […]
Tony Horton profile yesterday on WSJ worth sharing. Horton describes why/how he created P90x, his humble beginnings and what keeps him inspired P90x is always good after a cheeseburger and donut combo at Tim Horton’s in Canada.
Below is an outstanding video on the behind the scenes rise of MMA apparel brand TAPOUT. Co-founder Dan Caldwell is interviewed and details the beginnings of the company and the various problems he faced, like credit card companies halting expansion once large amounts of orders began rolling in. Not having a business model at the […]
This is a MUST SEE. Beyond the Glory: Mark Cuban. Mark Cuban’s rise to wealth is detailed in this excellent behind the scenes video. Cuban had various jobs and businesses before hitting it big with Broadcast.com (which is what blossomed his immense wealth). One of his first ventures was actually owning a college bar which […]
In my opinion this video below is the best episode of Millionaire Inside simply because the producers managed to wrangle some of the best entrepreneurs and personal finance authors around. Each guest speaker speaks about their background, personal story, and means for inspiration behind their immense wealth and success. Featured speakers: -Keith Ferrazzi (author of […]
Pretty interesting background on the creator of Red Bull. Austrian entrepreneur and former marketing executive Dietrich Mateschitz actually discovered the drink in Thailand, which was previous called Krating Daeng (see below) Dietrich found the concoction to be a great deterrent against jet lag during business trips, and thus used his marketing skills to change the […]