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The Hustle 2018 Gift Guide
This Holiday Season, our team of product testers partnered with monday.com to make your gift giving as painless as possible. 27 of this season’s hottest gifts, hand-picked based on two characteristics: Price and Practicality.
Thinking big on a budget
In 1974, Hop Ewing (then Mayor of Florence) had a problem.
When your product sells itself
Even if your marketing is the stuff of nightmares, if your product is good enough, it’ll speak for itself.
How one Florida retirement home became ground zero for self-driving cars
Gary Morse built a golf course empire -- now it’s paving the way for autonomous vehicles.
A note on toxic productivity
Truth is, nearly anything can be toxic at a high enough dose, including: breakfast tea and productivity.
The dystopian business of bottled air
A growing number of entrepreneurs are capitalizing on China’s air pollution crisis by selling bottled air. But who is it actually helping?
Why ‘don’t let ’em see you sweat’ is bullsh*t
Showing a little perspiration during the race doesn’t lessen the victory.
How one man built The Sharper Image into the world’s wackiest gadget store
It took a marketing genius to build the kingdom of flashy gadgets — and a $229 air purifier to take it all down.
The most lucrative side-hustles
Who are the so-called “side-hustlers?” What do they do? And how much do they make? We ran a survey to find out.
BREAKING NEWS: The Hustle Hits 1,000,000 Subscribers
It took us a little over 2 years, but we now reach over 1m subscribers a day. Here's what we have learned along the way.
Meet the Minnesota family that turned a soda machine company into a surveillance empire
Last August, Todd Westby’s employees got ‘microchipped.’ How did they get there? And what’s the connection between diet sodas, prisons, and tracking apps?
Inside Wayback Machine, the internet’s time capsule
The Internet Archive is backing up vast swaths of the web — and grappling with ethical, political, and legal questions along the way.