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Laura Entis is a staff writer at Entrepreneur.com.
By invitation-only, startup The League positions itself as a dating network for 'high quality' professionals looking for ambitious partners.
Which is good, but further proof that our patent system is broken.
Flocabulary, a company that makes educational hip-hop songs and videos for grades K-12, will use the same medium to teach kids about personal finance.
The 'Punky Brewster' actress discusses balancing life as a mother to three young kids and running her online party supplies business, P.S. XO, which just announced its merger with the retail party line Seedling.
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Research has suggested dyslexia affects more than one third of U.S. entrepreneurs
It involves sending a network of 700 lightweight satellites into space.
The hack may have compromised more than 800,000 employees' personal data, including Social Security numbers.
Authy, a two-step authentication startup, wants to usher companies and consumers alike into the next stage in online security
In a nutshell: You run the risk of alienating people.
Yes, you could go from zero to 60 in a matter of months, but faster isn't always smarter.
The company wants to partner with fashion retailers to provide free one-day shipping for its prime-members.
Former Apple and Pepsi CEO John Sculley reflects on the Pepsi Challenge, an ad campaign that helped put the soda giant on the map.
First Leonardo DiCaprio and now Christian Bale have decided against playing the iconic Apple co-founder.
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