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How do entrepreneurs change society? Is it through the potential of their ideas? Is it the passion that drives them? Or their ability to see opportunities where others cannot? Is it the impact and innovation of the events that come from their work? Or is it the belief that an idea can change the world?
Kauffman Foundation’s Thom Ruhe provides a quick overview and introduction to FastTrac and eMindset, part of the Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative.
The Kauffman Foundation’s Thom Ruhe give his POV on Steve Ballmer's address to the entrepreneurship and engineering students at Stanford University. The full video of Steve Ballmer's presentation is available in the video library.
Thom Ruhe from the Kauffman Foundation discusses the new book The Big Short, by best-selling author Michael Lewis. The book details the origins and outcomes of the current economic and housing crisis.
Listen to Kauffman Foundation’s Thom Ruhe discuss “Who Owns the Icehouse?” a two-part learning initiative designed to inspire and engage America’s youth in the unlimited opportunities that an entrepreneurial mindset can provide. The Icehouse initiative is looking for modern day examples of others like Uncle Cleve who have compelling entrepreneurial stories. Submit your story today at www.WhoOwnsTheIcehouse.com!
Entrepreneur Thom Ruhe, Director of Communications at the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, describes the potential impact of growing up in an entrepreneurial environment.
Part 1 of 2: Thom Ruhe speaks on entrepreneur/CPA/lawyer/author Lou Hutt's popular XM Radio show discussing various matters related to entrepreneurship, the Kauffman Foundation, the E=R Campaign and our current business/economic climate.
The videos for today feature ads from South Africa and Brazil and then a look back on GEW France and Germany.
Over the last two decades, I have been involved in several entrepreneurial endeavors that employed over a thousand people collectively. I have interviewed and hired many over that period of time, including negotiating compensation packages. The one thing I have learned from doing that...
Question: What written document is so expensive that it comes out to about $4,800,849 per word?
Answer: With approximately 177,052 words and a price tag of around $850 billion dollars, it is the recently approved American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 – a.k.a....
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