Frequently covers crowdfunding, the sharing economy and social entrepreneurship.
Catherine Clifford is a senior writer at Entrepreneur.com. Previously, she was the small business reporter at CNNMoney and an assistant in the New York bureau for CNN. Catherine attended Columbia University where she earned a bachelor's degree. She lives in Brooklyn, N.Y. Email her at CClifford@entrepreneur.com. You can follow her on Twitter at @CatClifford.
Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of social news site Reddit and partner at startup accelerator Y Combinator, talks about how platforms like Kickstarter are making his role as a startup investor more challenging.
A look at up-and-coming venture capital firms and what they like to invest in.
Martha Stewart didn't do any home decorating until she was 35. And Charles Flint started IBM at 61.
In downtime between launching companies, Greg Muender decided to try on a pink mustache. And he tracked every penny that came and went.
Washington, D.C., is the best place to crowdfund in the U.S. and Mississippi is the worst.
The most important thing you can do as a boss to keep talented staffers on board is to make sure they are enjoying their days and feel appreciated.
Adam Eskin wants his restaurant chain to blanket the U.S. and change the way Americans eat. But he also knows that if he pushes too far, too fast, he will lose what is working.
'People's Uber,' the company's pilot program that connects car owners with passengers, is expanding its presence in China.
More than $33 billion was invested in startups by venture capitalists in the first three quarters of this year, surpassing the $30 billion invested by venture capitalists in all of 2013.
The photo-sharing and hosting service that couldn't afford a legal trademark battle with Twitter said it was closing down in September. Then, it was back! Update: Just kidding.
PaintZen, backed by real-estate mogul Barbara Corcoran, launches in New York and San Francisco today.
More than two-thirds of the individuals who rank as the wealthiest people in their state made their own fortunes, according to a new report.
The Tel Aviv-based car-hailing technology is offering Uber drivers $500 to switch companies.
The Mountain View, Calif.-based tech goliath is expanding its same-day delivery program and starting to charge for it.
Jason Silva, host of National Geographic's TV show ‘Brain Games' and futurist with YouTube series ‘Shots of Awe,' explains what makes great content online.
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