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When Andra Rush launched Rush Trucking Corporation in Detroit in 1984, the budding entrepreneur was more than happy to roll up her sleeves and get some grease on her shirt to keep business pumping. She helped her fledgling team with everything from oil changes to mechanics. On days when the company had more runs than drivers, she’d hop into a truck and make deliveries herself.

If you've got business in what may be this country's most multi-monikered city—Chi-town, also know as the City of Broad Shoulders, the Windy City, Second City, and That Toddling Town—be sure to make time to play as well as work: Chicago's beguiling leisure choices outnumber...

Today’s entrepreneurs have more resources than ever for starting, sustaining and growing their ventures. And, thanks to the Internet, advice and support are never more than a mouse click away. ...

Punam Mathur has a daunting challenge: how to engage and inspire 70,000 employees to embrace the values of diversity. As MGM Mirage’s senior vice president of corporate diversity and community affairs, she is already on her way. Since taking the reins of MGM’s diversity efforts,...

Each week, Sumaya Kazi, a 25-year-old Bangladeshi-American living in the San Francisco Bay Area, puts in 40 to 50 hours at her full-time job as a social and new media marketing manager at Sun Microsystems. She then puts in another 20 to 40 hours every...

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