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Laura Entis is a staff writer at Entrepreneur.com.
Amazon is giving small businesses a way to reach customers, but is looking for a particular set of criteria.
The answer is more complex than you may think.
Cook, who took over for Steve Jobs in 2011, stresses that CEOs need to make swift decisions.
That case of the giggles is good for more than the obvious ab workout.
The fashion entrepreneur has learned a lot about how brands can build their social media presence.
That's double its valuation from six months ago.
"Will we be the gods? Will we be the family pets? Or will we be ants that get stepped on?" the Apple co-founder asks.
JetBlue is getting a lot of love. Spirit Airways? Not so much.
By creating order histories for diners, restaurants would be better equipped to anticipate and cater to their customers' needs, he said in his panel at SXSW.
Before the SXSW panel Against All Odds: Overcoming Startup Challenges, panelists share a few insights on the benefits and limitations of new, innovative fundraising models, as well as how to survive in a heavily regulated industry.
Custom freebies! Swords! Hands-on experiences stand out in telling companies innovation stories.
Japanese ad giant Hakuhodo showcases a series of brand-new, futuristic products at Austin this year.
Before their SXSW panel on the future of wearables, we talked to two wearables experts on how fashion and wearable technology are merging.
Before her SXSW panel on invisible payments today, we talked to co-founder and CEO Payal Kadakia about how simplifying customers' decisions changed her company.
Failure hurts, but it often provides an invaluable learning opportunity.
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