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Shark Tank Strikes Deal with Mormon Father-Son duo

Father-son entrepreneurs Brian and Noah Calhoon appeared this Friday on the ABC show “Shark Tank,” to pitch their business Paper Box Pilots.

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Most Current Articles in Business

5 Leadership Lessons From the Mormon Tabernacle Choir

If you’re like many business leaders, you feel the pressure to produce measurable results. But what if you had to do it in a conspicuously public way? And using only unpaid volunteers?

By Rodger Dean Duncan
How do you know when a problem is worth solving?

BYU business profs detail how to “nail” and “scale” innovative ideas in new book.

By BYU Media Relations
Why LDS People Should Network (And How To Succeed)

Sharing the secret to successful networking in an increasingly network-based world.

By David Bradford, LDS Entrepreneur, Investor and CEO
Ministry of Business Launches Young Adult Leaders

How do young adults find the right mentors? What difference will they make? Mentors carefully matched with Launching Leaders participants are not just together for the course, but for life.

By Steven A. Hitz
Talk-Friendly: Put Your Best Voice Forward

Effective conversation is a lot like collaborating on a jigsaw puzzle. Each person’s perspective adds to the whole. This is made possible by dialogue.

By Rodger Dean Duncan
Change-friendly Leadership

The better we are able to manage change, the more likely we are to increase the benefit and mitigate the risk.

Capital Fuels the Future: The Challenge of Entrepreneurship

Former presidential advisor, Larry Eastland, talks about the power of innovation in making our country great and the challenges entrepreneurs place in the current climate.

By Larry L. Eastland, Ph. D.
BYU Prof’s New Book and Forbes Article Tell How Everyone Can Innovate Like the Best

In their book, Jeff Dyer and his coauthors authors answer the question, “Can innovation skills be learned?” with a resounding yes, and prescribe specific steps to develop the crucial ability.

By BYU Media Relations