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Jill Martin Wrenn APRIL 14 2022 The ‘great resignation’ — plus soaring numbers of students seeking career skills — are creating a global boom in digital learning. Entrepreneur Gayneté Jones is the founder of an online course called Cubicle Ditch Academy. Her seven-week programme, costing approximately $1,000,...

Celebrated author Isabel Allende is no stranger to international book tours. The Chilean-American, winner of the prestigious Presidential Medal of Freedom, has published more than 20 books over the past four decades. But even before the pandemic she was ready to change the way she connects...

Jill Martin Wrenn JUNE 13 2021 Authors, academics and thought leaders who lost income when live events stopped have become a pandemic success story. The coronavirus pandemic is reshaping the lucrative global speaking market. Speakers who could command six-figure fees for in-person keynote addresses before March 2020 now...

Pernell Cezar jokes that if he and his business partner Rod Johnson ever fall out, he will phone Rod's mother to ask her to tell him off. "If Rod gets too far out of line, I'll just call his mom," says Pernell. "Not too many business...

Jill Martin Wrenn APRIL 27 2020 15 Scott Galloway did not intend to launch a podcast in a pandemic. The marketing professor at NYU Stern School of Business says, “It wasn’t strategic – it was accidental.” The entrepreneur and bestselling author had already recorded several episodes...

Lesley Eccles, chief executive of start-up Relish, a couples’ counselling app, is no stranger to the challenges of setting up a company. “I think any start-up experience is going to be pretty intense,” she says, speaking on the phone from a Wall Street coffee shop....

When Kate Daly and her former husband split up, she says matters quickly became toxic and expensive when they both hired divorce lawyers. "It escalated very quickly, not only into a conflict, but into huge amounts of money being spent, on things that were irrelevant, and...

Friends Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs gambled that creating the website they wanted to use but couldn't find could be the recipe for a business success story. In 2008 the two New Yorkers were disappointed that there wasn't a one-stop website for food lovers that they...