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Today's fin-tech companies are shaking up Wall Street. We ask three graduates of New York's FinTech Innovaton Lab about their best advice for starting up.
The web series 'Drunk History' just made its TV debut on Comedy Central this week. Derek Waters, the show's creator, offers some tips for brainstorming and taking risks.
Silicon Valley's BizeeBee is a simple management and billing tool that aims to keep yogis on their mats and not their laptops.
Looking for your next business idea? Check out these five fields oozing with potential.
Bandcamp simplifies music sales by handling all the back-end functions that enable artists to sell online without being forced into pricing structures.
Some small-business owners hawk their wares to America's motorists. But it's not just gas stations and fast food.
Seattle's Ballard Bee Company hopes renting hives to urban gardeners can ease the risk of 'beemageddon.'
Entrepreneurs are betting on a future full of flying robots that can do anything from survey crops to make a delivery.
These small businesses are finding success with innovative solutions to common problems.
The Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship doesn't just educate young people about business -- it gives companies a fresh perspective on their own innovation.
The more elegant and straightforward your product design, the easier it will be for you to attract customers. Here are three ways to streamline the way your product looks.
A flea market as restaurant incubator, hipster destination and, yes, great place to find a lamp.
You can order just about anything on your smartphone, so why are you stuck in line for nachos at the ballpark? These three startups keep you in your seat and concession stands hopping.
In business, as in life, your preconceived notions can wreck your future potential. To stamp them out, consider an attitude adjustment.
No matter how great your idea, if you don't have a solid market, you're wasting your time. Here are four ways to be more strategic about positioning your business idea for the right customers.
How you can harness your best business ideas and bring them to life.
Even with its roller-coaster volatility, young entrepreneurs are banking on the digital currency.
Kris Wittenberg vowed to put "Be Good to People" on a T-shirt after an unpleasant encounter. Five years later, she's ready to turn her sideline into a main event.
You don't have to fork over thousands of dollars in legal fees to safeguard your business idea with a patent. Here are some affordable easy steps to help ensure you're protecting your ideas from theft.
Can't just let it be? WotWentWrong.com offers assistance for the dumped.
Stagnation may warrant radical change, but 'pivots' are too often punts -- not thoughtful, strategic redirections. Rather than undertake drastic measures in haste, startups ought to consider a regimen of constant flux.
Coming up with business ideas should be fun. Here are three games you can play anywhere -- whether walking through store aisles or out for a jog -- that will turn your mind into an idea factory.
A profitable startup that can make the world a better place? It's a win-win.
To get a piece of the $51-billion wedding market, aspiring entrepreneurs embrace specialty planning services.
Fertile Ground for Startups: 10 Sectors of the $207 Billion Cyber-Security Industry Poised to Take Off
As businesses move their data processing to the cloud, cyber-security is becoming an increasingly prevalent and mission-critical problem.
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