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Even when entrepreneurs have what many would deem overnight success, they still question their abilities and doubts ensue on whether they are good enough for success.
Alter, who passed away on Saturday at age 80, was a self-taught engineer who invented the polyurethane foam surfboard.
You are stressed, busy and broke. Of course it is the perfect time to start a company.
Be careful which platforms you focus on to get the most out of your online exposure.
How does an e-commerce site keep online shoppers engaged? A steady stream of new looks and hot merchandise. Rakesh Tondon, Co-founder of Le Tote, walks us through the buying process.
It's never too early to teach the building blocks of discipline, structure and planning.
A new survey reveals that some job seekers aren't necessarily looking to LinkedIn for their next job opportunity.
These three women saw a niche and sought their own solutions, leading to successful products.
Writing a good leave policy takes a good balance between following the law and respecting the needs of your employees.
With many students seeing their college careers end in a few short months, their safety net is also disappearing.
You may not know their names yet, but you will.
Get through tax time without a migraine or massive fines by avoiding these rookie tax blunders.
With more and more employees working virtually, here is how to manage your team in a cohesive manner.
Katie Francis of Oklahoma City broke the national record, selling more than 18,000 boxes of Girl Scout cookies in seven weeks. Her secret? Commitment.
With risk, comes greater rewards. These five men have come out ahead against failure.
A serial entrepreneur who was once on 'Shark Tank' is embarking on a bold new mission.
Little things make a difference, so you need to prepare yourself well.
Sometimes, getting ahead of the competition means donating your time to a worthy cause.
The Supreme Court hears arguments tomorrow on whether for-profit businesses can enjoy some exemptions to the healthcare law that non-profits do.
When you're working more than you're leading, you should consider taking on more staff.
While launching a company can take up a lot of time, it doesn't necessarily have to be your whole life. Instead, entrepreneurs should be working smarter not harder.
A Shark Tank finalist who moved from West Point to the runway shares her tips for success.
Recent Shark Tank contestant infuses some 'sweet' innovation in his product that seeks to replace soda and sports beverages.
You may not think so, but falsehoods are a part of doing business.
Developing careful manufacturing design guidelines and specifications along with continuous reviews will help ensure you deliver on what your customers desire.