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4 Ways the Pandemic Changed Our Approach to Human Capital

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Human capital is a broad term that includes everything from experience, skills and emotional well-being to other characteristics that clarify how workers provide economic value. Prior to the pandemic, my company, Domino Data Lab, operated well in the human capital context. Like many companies, it had an approach that […]

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The Specter of the Omicron Variant Is Causing Business Owners to Worry–and Take Action

Relatively little is yet known for certain about the coronavirus’s Omicron variant, but already business owners are feeling anxious about the prospect of more lockdowns and preparing to put “mask required” signs back on their doors.  On Friday, the World Health Organization labeled the Omicron variant “of concern,” the same designation as Delta. According to the agency, early evidence suggests Omicron–which was first detected in […]

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Want to Start a Successful Small Business? Why Intelligent Entrepreneurs Like Mark Cuban Embrace the Rule of Niche at Scale

Someone I know wants to start a small business. He’s eager. He’s enthusiastic. He’s the right age. (While any age can be the right age, research reveals that older entrepreneurs tend to be more successful, even with tech startups.)  He has an idea, and he’s thinking big. “Disruptive big,” as he puts it. Problem is, […]