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How One Deal Transformed Bozeman Into a Startup City With Global Aspirations
Cities

How One Deal Transformed Bozeman Into a Startup City With Global Aspirations

RightNow Technologies is just one of the businesses finding space to grow in Big Sky Country.
Grant Davis
Men's Jeans That Fit the Woman and the Times
Fashion

Men's Jeans That Fit the Woman and the Times

At a time when the national conversation about gender and sexuality is at fever pitch, one couple has created a line of jeans that look masculine but are designed to fit women.
Carly Okyle
Here Is How You Should Upgrade Your Professional Image
Business Attire

Here Is How You Should Upgrade Your Professional Image

If you want to be taken seriously, you need to be deliberate about your business style.
Jeff Giesea
How a Health Setback Inspired This Entrepreneur to Adopt a New Business Model
Franchisors

How a Health Setback Inspired This Entrepreneur to Adopt a New Business Model

Lisa Kornstein's clothing boutique is using a semi-absentee model, allowing her to manage her health and her business.
This Women's Shopping Service Brings the Stylist to Your Door
Fashion

This Women's Shopping Service Brings the Stylist to Your Door

Stitch Fix will ship stylist-approved outfits to your door, based on your fashion profile and style preferences.
Ousted American Apparel Founder Dov Charney Seeks $40 Million in Damages
Legal Issues

Ousted American Apparel Founder Dov Charney Seeks $40 Million in Damages

Charney is seeking millions of dollars for a breach of employment contract, his attorney said.
American Eagle, Aeropostale Abandon Logos as They Look for Edge
Branding

American Eagle, Aeropostale Abandon Logos as They Look for Edge

The decisions by the apparel companies to abandon the logo-covered clothing that made them popular in the 1990s and 2000s could give them an edge over bigger rival Abercrombie & Fitch Co.
Wet Seal Just Made Two-Thirds of Its Stores Disappear
Retail

Wet Seal Just Made Two-Thirds of Its Stores Disappear

The teen retailer's struggle with declining sales is another reminder to mall-loving millennials that their childhood is over.
John Kell
American Apparel Tries On Something New: Ethics.
American Apparel

American Apparel Tries On Something New: Ethics.

After firing its scandal-mired chairman, the company has updated its code of ethics to include rules about workplace relationships.
How These Parents Went From Sleepless Nights to Pitching a Million-Dollar Business on 'Shark Tank'
Shark Tank

How These Parents Went From Sleepless Nights to Pitching a Million-Dollar Business on 'Shark Tank'

The founders of Sleeping Baby invented the Zipadee-Zip out of necessity. But their 'Shark Tank' pitch was the result of more than two years of hard work.
Kate Taylor
How YouTube Megastar Connor Franta Is Channeling His Eclectic Passions Into Entrepreneurial Gold
YouTube

How YouTube Megastar Connor Franta Is Channeling His Eclectic Passions Into Entrepreneurial Gold

Brand partnerships can be a goldmine for today's biggest YouTubers. But 22-year-old Connor Franta, who boasts a digital footprint of 5 million followers, would much rather build brands of his own.
Geoff Weiss
Why Two Brothers Left Their Careers to Build a Business Together
Family Businesses

Why Two Brothers Left Their Careers to Build a Business Together

Good careers alone were no match for the allure of working together.
Daphne Mallory
A Family Business Dedicated to Empowering Short Men Towers Over Competitors
Family Businesses

A Family Business Dedicated to Empowering Short Men Towers Over Competitors

A Beverly Hills tailor shop has carved a lucrative niche making every customer feel like a man of stature.
Daphne Mallory