Business

From the Archives: It Transforms Forests Into Newspapers

From the Archives: It Transforms Forests Into Newspapers

By Frank Hix Fayant / February 3, 2023 /

In Printing House Square, within the shadow of the statue of Benjamin Franklin, who turned the first hand-press in America, more white paper is fed to the steel monsters, thundering in the caverns below, than is used on any other spot on the globe.

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“I Don’t Want Your Money,” Said No Entrepreneur Ever—Until Now

By Joel Basgall / February 3, 2023 /

When it comes to funding your startup, it’s important to choose the right business investors for you. Here’s what can go wrong if you don’t.

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How to Ditch the ‘Fake It Till You Make It’ Mindset

By Kash Mathur / February 3, 2023 /

If you’re feeling out of your element at work, the last thing you should do is fake it till you make it. Instead, do this.

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Oh, Mexico: A Burned-Out CEO Turns a Ranch into a Retreat

Oh, Mexico: A Burned-Out CEO Turns a Ranch into a Retreat

By Kristine Hansen / February 2, 2023 /

Since the hotel’s 2009 opening, the area has thrived, building off of Harper’s mission. You won’t find chain hotels or cookie-cutter, all-inclusive resorts here. What you might find is a more sustainable way to vacation.

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