Six Tips for Starting the Next Apple or Alibaba in Any Country
By Nolan Bushnell for Bloomberg News. Editor’s Note: We asked Nolan Bushnell to offer advice on how to start aRead more.
‘Chicken Soup for the Soul’ Headed to the Bigscreen
By Dave McNary for Variety.com “The Blind Side” producer Alcon Entertainment is cooking up “Chicken Soup for the Soul,” acquiring film and TVRead more.
Twenty Years of Powerful, Inspirational Storytelling
Chicken Soup for the Soul rereleases the original bestseller, with 20 bonus stories for the next 20 yearsRead more.
“Father of Video Games” Nolan Bushnell on Learning through Gaming
Produced by Tracy Oppenheimer for ReasonTV, camera by Alex Manning. “People who play video games have much better computational skills,Read more.
Silicon Valley Legend and Founder of Atari, Nolan Bushnell, Releases “Finding The Next Steve Jobs”
In Silicon Valley legend Nolan Bushnell’s first book, he explains how to find and hire employees who have the potentialRead more.
Must-watch: Nolan Bushnell on Atari, finding the next Steve Jobs and the future of learning
By Anna Heim for TheNextWeb Atari’s founder Nolan Bushnell was one of the main attractions at Campus Party Brasil this year. In frontRead more.
Why is Accurate Forecasting Critical to Business Success?
By CAL Entertainment Exclusive Speaker, Paul Smith The best lesson I ever learned about financial management came from a guyRead more.
CES 2013: Atari Founder Plans to Make Education As Addictive As Video Games
By Tekla Perry for IEEE First, in the interests of full disclosure, I should mention that I’m a bit ofRead more.
The Sad and Undeniable Truth: Marketing Will Never Be the Same after Steve Jobs
By CAL Entertainment Exclusive Speaker, Michael Terpin The ubiquity of the outpouring of not just emotion, but communal sharing ofRead more.
Revealing women’s secret traits to compete in business
By CAL Entertainment Exclusive Speaker, Jill Belconis To all the women out there—you do know that we have an advantage over menRead more.
Presentation Coming? Know These Things About Your Audience
By Harvard Business Review You need to understand people on a somewhat personal level to develop a presentation that resonatesRead more.