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Food-Tech Startup Dinner Lab Is Crowdfunding a Cool $2 Million -- From Its Customers
Crowdfunding

Food-Tech Startup Dinner Lab Is Crowdfunding a Cool $2 Million -- From Its Customers

The New Orleans-based pop-up event and private catering company is reaching out to its members for it's latest funding round.
Catherine Clifford
Americans Score an 'F' on Retirement Know-How, Survey Says
Retirement Planning

Americans Score an 'F' on Retirement Know-How, Survey Says

Do you know when to start drawing Social Security payments? What about a safe amount to draw down from savings?
Kelley Holland
Indiegogo Tests Offering Optional Insurance to Protect Against Dubious Campaigns
IndieGoGo

Indiegogo Tests Offering Optional Insurance to Protect Against Dubious Campaigns

In the pilot program backers can pay a small fee in exchange for a guaranteed refund if the product fails to arrive within three months of its estimated delivery date.
Laura Entis
How One Investor Is Finding Profit in Social Change
Impact Investing

How One Investor Is Finding Profit in Social Change

First, his peers laughed at him. Now, they want in on supporting social entrepreneurs.
David Bank
The Truth Behind 12 Common Startup Funding Myths
Funding

The Truth Behind 12 Common Startup Funding Myths

Most inexperienced entrepreneurs have overly optimistic outlooks about how to successfully finance their startups.
Peter Gasca
7 Traits That Will Have You Run With VCs and Soar With Angels
Investors

7 Traits That Will Have You Run With VCs and Soar With Angels

Investors are people, and people are attracted to those that exude confidence and competence.
Martin Zwilling
5 Tips for Using Credit Wisely to Boost Holiday Sales
Credit

5 Tips for Using Credit Wisely to Boost Holiday Sales

Done prudently, helping customers to buy now and pay later is a sound strategy for maximizing sales.
Steve Allocca
Waze Co-Founder Says New Startup Is the 'Robin Hood of Wall Street Fees'
Finances

Waze Co-Founder Says New Startup Is the 'Robin Hood of Wall Street Fees'

Uri Levine's new company strives to put money back into the hands of investors and consumers.
Matthew J. Belvedere
A Pitch Deck Containing These 15 Slides Is More Likely to Get the Money
Pitching investors

A Pitch Deck Containing These 15 Slides Is More Likely to Get the Money

By playing up the what, who, why and how, investors will have a better idea of why they should partner with your company.
Ron Yekutiel
Tony Robbins: This Incredible Money Machine Works While You Sleep
Investing

Tony Robbins: This Incredible Money Machine Works While You Sleep

In a new book, Money Master the Game, the personal coach embraces a whole new mindset: Move from just toiling for cash to a world where dollars labor for you.
Tony Robbins
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Going Solo Doesn't Mean Going Without a 401(k)
Retirement Planning

Going Solo Doesn't Mean Going Without a 401(k)

Find out how a unique class of retirement plan can aid a single owner of a business.
Stuart Robertson
Delivered by
This Burger Chain's Share Price Doubled in Its First Day After IPO
IPOs

This Burger Chain's Share Price Doubled in Its First Day After IPO

It's the most successful debut by a fast casual restaurant chain in the United States this year.
GoDaddy Slows Its IPO Roll
IPO

GoDaddy Slows Its IPO Roll

Internet hosting company GoDaddy still plans to go public. Just not this year.