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Our five finalists have made their mark in the worlds of gift cards, payment processing, food delivery, music packaging and chai tea.
Our finalists have created everything from the world's first Twitter-based advertising agency to a toy startup that purports to be the 'Netflix for Legos.'
Nominees run the gamut, having created everything from a mouth guard that aims to prevent sports-related concussions to an app that helps actors nail down relevant and timely auditions.
At the aptly-named Signs restaurant in Toronto, one restaurateur is piloting a new concept that aims to give hearing diners a glimpse into deaf culture.
Why entrepreneurial courses, campus leadership roles, and extracurricular activities are simply not enough.
To create change, influence others and drive success, develop skills that will earn you admiration, respect and trust.
The way you handle work determines the way you handle pressure. Learn these techniques to deal.
Nearly every entrepreneur can benefit in one way or another from watching these videos culled from Stanford's YouTube channel.
It might seem a little daunting at first to present yourself as a new business owner when you're just starting out. But these pointers can provide you with a plan.
Entrepreneurship is a perilous path. You are wise to walk it with someone who knows the way.
Burning the candle at both ends to launch your startup? Above all, don't ignore addressing this important health risk.
Like any other job position, you must do your due diligence, with paying particular attention to the company's goals and culture.
Those who start their own businesses are prone to more stress, rejection and uncertainty. It's important to be prepared.
The lessons I learned, plus the wisdom of the 'day of rest.'
These inspiring thought leaders are worth studying and can provide key lessons.
One of the site's biggest stars surprised his parents -- on camera, naturally -- with $340,000 to completely pay off their mortgage.
To get ahead of the game, here are five books all entrepreneurs should be reading. Bonus: one is free.
In an ice-cream innovation that seems straight out of Willy Wonka, a Spanish physicist-turned-chef is serving up scoops that change color as you eat them.
The most successful entrepreneurs are freakishly enthusiastic about his or her idea. Ask yourself if you feel the same about your venture.
If you hunger for success, you can't let failure intimidate you.
Doing things your way and letting your personality shine can build up your courage, confidence and compassion.
A career change is enticing when we feel stuck in a job we don't love any more. Don't fear the big move but don't take it lightly, either.
Eliminate this destructive phrase every day to increase your focus and productivity.
You know what they say, you only get one chance to make that great first impression. Don't screw it up with these behaviors.
Boston Beer Company, the maker of Samuel Adams, is the leader of the craft beer movement. But founder Jim Koch is also playing against beer titans such as MillerCoors and Anheuser-Busch InBev.
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