Learn best practices from these standout entrepreneurs leading change in their industries and be inspired by their forward thinking and bold moves.
How he turned obstacles into an opportunity, why he's so obsessed with the Internet and a winning habit he learned from his father
Any of us can adopt these principles to unleash our 'inner Steve Jobs.'
The founder of Spanx opens up about what drives her -- and the critical life lesson she learned early on.
The celebrated entrepreneur shares advice on shaping company culture as you expand your business.
The co-founder of the social-media analytics firm talks about getting his new business off the ground.
How twentysomething Shama Kabani of Marketing Zen Group wrote a master's thesis on Twitter and then went on to build a leading-edge marketing firm. Part of our annual Young Millionaires report
The author and entrepreneur talks about making mistakes and going all-in.
How Zaarly quickly brought its concept to market, complete with celebrity investment and lots of buzz.
This 28-year-old Brooklynite built a successful business around the concept of loss leaders. Part of our annual Young Millionaires report.
This online community tells your network what to wear. Plus, a look at more ground-breakers in social commerce..
The founder of a videogame incubator talks about nurturing game developers as entrepreneurs.
This Austin company can turn almost anyone into a game developer.
Invaluable lessons about creating a viable internet property
This self-service app creator aims to make it cheap and easy to go mobile. Plus, a look at other game-changers in the mobile space.
Meet Cyriac Roeding, the man reinventing shopping for the mobile era.
The co-founder of a popular mobile app talks about how his company got started.
Co-founder Sally Outlaw talks about how her site helps fledgling businesses find the money to get started.
At the age of 24, Ben Kaufman already has a successful startup track record. With Quirky, he's tapped into the power of open innovation and created a place where anyone can become an inventor.
C.J. Kettler's online crowdsourcing venture, Genius Crowds, aims to move product ideas from the "light bulb" stage onto store shelves.