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If Daniel Lubetzky had a time machine, he would have realized the importance of sticking to his brand's promise of quality.
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Embracing the low moments of your career is what will ultimately bring you to the top. Here's the story of one entrepreneur who grew an empire from his passion for working with dogs.
A college entrepreneur found a way to take the frustration out of fixing damaged mobile devices.
How a children's clothing company stood out in social commerce, catching the eye of prominent investors.
These small businesses are finding success with innovative solutions to common problems.
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A stolen jacket leads to a big business for an Indiana University grad.
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With startup hubs cropping up across the U.S., we take a look at one burgeoning ecosystem to pinpoint how other city centers can spark their own entrepreneurial boom.
A revealing look at the immigrant family driving Cosabella as the Italian fashion brand creates a new label for JCPenney, experiments with high-tech underwear and expands globally.
The blogging platform's 26-year-old founder, David Karp, will stay on as chief executive.
Paris-based Danone has purchased a majority stake in Happy Family -- a deal reportedly worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
Big players in New York City's startup ecosystem, the investors behind Lerer Ventures provide insight into what they believe helps entrepreneurs reach their goals.
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