Judy Sutton Taylor

This Shaving Strop Makes Razors Last Longer
Wacky Business Ideas

This Shaving Strop Makes Razors Last Longer

A part-time singer's company provides a stylish way to save money
What to Do When Your Funding Vanishes
Startup Funding

What to Do When Your Funding Vanishes

Enthusiastic public announcements aside, sometimes the check doesn't arrive as promised. So put down that champagne and heed the advice of entrepreneurs who've dealt with the disappointment of disappearing capital.
How a New York Storefront Points Out the Joy of the Pencil
Business Unusual

How a New York Storefront Points Out the Joy of the Pencil

CW Pencil has the write stuff.
4 Tips for Launching Your Fashion Company
Growth Strategies

4 Tips for Launching Your Fashion Company

A veteran clothing designer gives custom advice to fashion 'treps.
College Entrepreneur Creates App to Sync Music With Running Speed
Technology

College Entrepreneur Creates App to Sync Music With Running Speed

Michigan State University students created TempoRun, an app that helps users run at their ideal pace by categorizing the music in their libraries from walking to 10 sprinting.
A Startup Aims to Fill a Hole in the Housekeeping Market
Starting a Business

A Startup Aims to Fill a Hole in the Housekeeping Market

A trio of ad execs launches a line of air fresheners for modern men.
How a Leather Designer Keeps Musicians Traveling in Style
Starting a Business

How a Leather Designer Keeps Musicians Traveling in Style

Ryan Barr, founder of WhippingPost.com, makes durable leather goods for musicians, including a "picker's wallet" with a dedicated stitched pocket for a guitar pick.
A Beer Veteran Tries His Hand at Cider
Growth Strategies

A Beer Veteran Tries His Hand at Cider

Brewmaster Gregory Hall brings 'advanced' cider to the U.S.
These Entrepreneurs Fought the Law. . . And Won.
Growth Strategies

These Entrepreneurs Fought the Law. . . And Won.

From zoning ordinances to quirky local statutes, legal issues can slow down a launch or expansion. Some entrepreneurs take matters into their own hands.