News and Articles About Cities
Far from the maddening crowds, and five years since the financial crisis, we look at the entrepreneurship scene in Burlington, Vt.; Chico, Calif.; Lehi, Utah; Iowa City, Iowa; and Lansing, Mich.
Florida's "happiest place on earth" may be best known for mouse ears, but you'll find startups working on everything from healthy school lunches to hybrid geothermal systems.
After suffering the double whammy of a housing crash and drop in tourism spending, Orlando's economy seems to have turned a corner.
With $9.5 million in funds from investors, the serial entrepreneur predicts her latest tech startup will encourage people to rediscover their sense of wonder.
Forget the jokes about corn. Indiana's capital city is quietly rolling out solutions for everything from tracking scientific data and charitable donations to juggling kids' soccer schedules.
No one ever called Idaho's capital a busting metropolis. But its entrepreneurs know how to think big. Here's a look.
A look at a surprising startup city, plus three other locations to keep your eye on.
Idaho's capital doesn't have the resources of a bubble town. But sustainable growth and mountain views are drawing entrepreneurs.
There's more to New Orleans than jazz and beignets. The city, which has been luring startups with new resources, gears up for its fifth Entrepreneur Week.
The capital of Louisiana is a petrochemical and manufacturing hub, a thriving college town, and home to several hot startups.
With a crop of startups and hot new accelerators, Washington, D.C., finally has "density" when it comes to entrepreneurs.
The Rice Business Plan Competition, set for April, is the biggest student competition of its kind -- and a symbol of Houston's thriving entrepreneurial side.
Austin isn't the only Texas town launching new companies. Here's a look at what's happening in H-Town, five years since the financial crisis.
In the years since the financial crisis, New York has become a startup magnet. Here's a look at a diverse mix of Gotham entrepreneurs.
Five years since the financial meltdown, we look at New York City's blossoming startup scene.
We interview the CEO of a mobile gaming startup that helps urbanites get to know their cities better.