David Port is a freelancer based in Denver who writes on small business, and financial and energy issues.
Republic Wireless is a $19-per-month voice, text and data service that relies on Wi-Fi as its primary network.
Silvercar is out to make car rental more personal and a lot less of a hassle.
The story of two brothers who brought Soviet inspired coffeehouses to the U.S.
How a contrarian approach helped one entrepreneur scale her spa business to more than 25 franchise units in 14 states.
Daniel Pahos shares lessons learned from managing the explosive growth of his Home Instead Senior Care business.
A firefighting-theme sandwich chain gets hot. Now with nearly 500 locations, it's grown to become one of the top sub-sandwich franchises in the U.S.
As Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt franchisees, sports luminaries show their softer side.
A Fetch! Pet Care franchisee in the Los Angeles area credits celeb clientele and word of mouth for its growth.
How the founders of Great Clips haircutting company built a thriving business.
Tapping the cultural uniqueness of a product might not be conducive to appealing to a broader customer base.
Why some small businesses have pulled back from social media -- and are better off as a result
Creative entrepreneurs are finding ways to grow their businesses without paying for high-priced advice.
Many successful entrepreneurs are becoming serial students as they look to expand their skills and grow their businesses.
Starting a Business
How skipping high school helped Student of Fortune founder Sean McCleese find success in the tutoring business