With growing demand for new ways of working and selling in light of health concerns, your startup idea could be just what's needed.  

Ideas for startups are often clouded in uncertainty during the best of times. In the midst of unprecedented global uncertainty, you might think it's best to shelve any such plans for the time being.

Great books to help leaders better understand issues of social inequality and to inspire positive action.

As Americans continue to reckon with the tragic deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery and confront the country’s longstanding racial inequality, many turn to reading as a first step toward understanding and taking action. Doing the work of dismantling systems of privilege and bias is a layered process, but self-education is a start.

And how the answer will help you determine the idea for your new business.

In 1994, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos was working in a lucrative career on Wall Street. But since he was young, he dreamed of being an entrepreneur. After graduating from Princeton University, Bezos worked for a technology startup. When the company failed, he went to work in the banking industry.