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The Hustle (Reader) Earnings Report
Are you making as much as your peers? Are you saving enough? Is everyone else as stressed as you are about money? We ran a survey to help you out.
How to lose $1B in 10 seconds
Today's tweet-obsessed business leaders are playing with fire. Case in point: Gerald Ratner, the CEO of the UK's biggest jewelry chain who, in 1991, sealed his own fate with an ill-timed joke.
What happens when a robot kills someone?
In the past 25 years, dozens of people have died at the hands of robots. But as robots get smarter, who’s to blame when they go rogue?
Meet the 11% of Americans who don’t use the internet
The offline population is bigger than you think it is — and most are getting along just fine without the web
Why introverts make great leaders
For decades, introverts have been written off as ineffective and incapable business leaders. Here's why that's utter BS.
Who makes those insanely specific t-shirts on the internet?
Chances are, you’ve seen similar t-shirts marketed to you on Facebook by people who seem to know exactly who you are, what you like, and who you love.
MUST READ: Marc Andreessen Explains How to Succeed in the Media Game
If you work in the media or news space or want to start a media company then you absolutely have to hear Andreesen's opinion on how to succeed.
A decade before crypto, one digital currency conquered the world — then failed spectacularly
Lessons from Beenz, a digital currency that raised millions in venture capital, dodged Russian trolls, and went bankrupt -- long before Bitcoin was even invented.
Why nobody ever wins the car at the mall
What happens when your personal information gets sucked into an endless marketing vortex?
How venture capital can harm your startup
The venture capital world is often at odds with the goals of young startups — and in some cases, it can lead to destruction.
Life in the Silicon Prairie: Tech’s great migration to the Midwest
Startups and investors are increasingly foregoing Silicon Valley for the Silicon Prairie — and with good reason.
Brains, planes, and automobiles: 3D printing is changing the way we make… everything
The additive manufacturing technology doctors use to repair people’s skulls is the same tech that jet engineers now use to condense 855 airplane parts into just 12 -- and Middle America is leading the charge.