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Former 'Shark Tank' Judge Kevin Harrington on Launching His First Business at 15 and What It Means to Be an Entrepreneur (Video)
The founder of As Seen on TV had a staff of 25 by the time he was a junior in college.
Over the past year, the strengthening housing market has been helping small companies grow -- and fast.
Whether you're building a cup holder or a tech gadget hooked to your smartphone, every product has to follow these three steps before it's ready.
It can be hard to exercise your brain's innovation muscles, but these three brain-boosting activities can help you no matter how busy you are.
Adapting to change quickly is a key way to ensure your business enjoys sustained growth. Here are six ways to make sure you're ready.
Some argue you can't patent an idea, but if IP laws didn't exist, would you even be in business?
KFC has found a new use for your car's cup holder -- a lesson to all innovators out there: You don't have to reinvent the wheel to come up with a good idea.
Ben Hewitt created the Corkcicle to ensure "perfectly chilled wine every time."
A good business idea needs a healthy dose of momentum to get it going. Here are five steps to help you get there.
The founder of As Seen On TV has invested in 500 inventions in his career so far. He has tapped into some real home runs, but he has also lost a fair amount of money believing too long in the wrong products.
Business ideas are buzzing all around you. It's just a matter of knowing where to look and how to uncover them. Here are five places to start.
Not sure what your YouTube videos should be about? These 10 questions will help you generate ideas that attract the type of audience you want.
Follow these four steps to know when you should go with your intuition and when you should take a more facts-based approach.
Dream Arcades is the largest manufacturer of non-coin-operated arcade machines in the world. Last year the company broke $1 million in sales."Nostalgia sells," says co-founder Michael Ware.
So many of today's most successful innovations were started by young entrepreneurs -- from Facebook to Google to Microsoft. Did you miss your innovation window?
In starting up, founders often set their sights too high. Here's why you should start a $1,000 business instead.
Stop getting distracted. Ask yourself these questions to maintain your focus and become more productive.
Give up too soon on your idea and of course it will be destined for failure. Here are four essential tenets of inventing and product development that will keep you on track to succeed.
Unpakt takes part of the pain out of moving by allowing customers to compare moving company prices online.
With traditional advertising revenue shrinking, TBD of Bend, Ore., diversifies its branding business by selling craft beers.
Technology and changing priorities have created fields of study that didn't exist in decades past.
Stemming from the nation's current obsession with kale are some important lessons for business owners about how to latch onto trends.
Innovators continually generate new ideas through a more continuous and dynamic process, here's how you can too.
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.
Ask the right questions and make the right choices and your mobile app could be an integral part of your growth strategy.
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