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Mental Health Company Talkspace’s Path to Profitability

As the online therapy platform grows its business by selling more to health plans and employers, it’s also committed to supporting children and young adults’ mental health.

Boston Consulting Group Partner Shares Social Impact Strategy Best Practices

Newsom Reeves, who co-directs the company’s The North America Center for Inclusion and Equity, on how businesses and organizations can deliver positive social impact.

Amazon Solves Top Small Business Pain Points

Amazon's expanded supply chain function and AI-driven product listing tools aim to help SMBs drive sales on its site and beyond, says Claire O’Donnell, Director, Selling Partner Empowerment.

Bluemercury Curates Beauty Assortments to Win Customers

Head of Merchandising and Spa Tracy Kline on how the Macy’s-owned beauty retailer distinguishes itself from the ever-expanding pack of beauty purveyors.

CEO of 30-Year-Old Beauty Brand on Keeping Things Fresh

Since joining Jane Iredale in 2019, CEO Chris Payne has discovered how to balance the professional clean beauty brand’s roots with direct-to-consumer growth.

Dickies CMO on How the Legacy Apparel Brand Wins Over New Consumers

Sarah Crockett on the marketing initiatives and brand collaborations that are helping the ubiquitous workwear brand retain its heritage credibility while appealing to a new generation.

How is Walmart Helping Small Businesses Scale

The giant retailer is expanding its Walmart Marketplace platform to attract more third-party sellers, which are helping to boost its online business.

How Tech Startup Wunderkind Snared Millions in Funding

The startup that uses AI to personalize ads defies the odds and raises $151 million in venture capital, in part during a credit crunch.

How A Woman-Owned Coffee Startup Achieved Its Black-History-Driven Dreams

Jessica Taylor combined her love of coffee, history, supporting students, and educating people of color into a business that elevates Black and LGBTQ stories through specialty coffee blends.

How A Beauty Entrepreneur Took Her Brand from Swap Meets to Urban Outfitters

Competing in the $57 billion U.S. beauty industry against titans who have big advertising budgets is tough. Yet Hernandez did just that with Beauty Creations, poised to surpass $60 million in sales.