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SEC: Startups Can Now Raise $50 Million in 'Mini IPO'
Jobs Act

SEC: Startups Can Now Raise $50 Million in 'Mini IPO'

Previously, companies were allowed to raise up to $5 million.
Kendall Almerico
From Pennies to Millions: What It Felt Like to Make Money for the First Time
Success Stories

From Pennies to Millions: What It Felt Like to Make Money for the First Time

In 2005, Susan Petersen and her husband felt like an $86 income tax refund was enough to make them rich. Today, she's at the helm of a multimillion-dollar business. Here's what that ride felt like.
Catherine Clifford
A Simple Guide to Understanding Your Profit and Loss Statement
Cash Flow Center

A Simple Guide to Understanding Your Profit and Loss Statement

Analyzing this helpful tool is essential to being able to run your business successfully.
Doug and Polly White
Is Twitter Big Enough to Be in Venture Capital?
Venture Capital

Is Twitter Big Enough to Be in Venture Capital?

The San Francisco-based company's cash position is a fraction of the biggest tech companies. And yet Twitter Ventures is open for business.
Ari Levy
Entrepreneurs Can Pay It Forward Through Angel Investing
Investing

Entrepreneurs Can Pay It Forward Through Angel Investing

This type of startup financing gets you in on the ground floor with companies of your choosing.
Brenton Hayden
5 Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make When Pitching Their Ideas to Investors
Pitching investors

5 Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make When Pitching Their Ideas to Investors

While entrepreneurs work hard to get a meeting with an investor, not all come prepared.
Arie Abecassis
Revenue Is the Only Funding Your Startup Should Seek
Startup Funding

Revenue Is the Only Funding Your Startup Should Seek

Forget VC money. Stick to "Series R."
Chris Savage
Do Good or Make Money? Why It's Not Even a Question.
Impact Investing

Do Good or Make Money? Why It's Not Even a Question.

Leading entrepreneurs, investors and thought leaders explain what impact investing is and why you should care.
Catherine Clifford
What Sir Richard Branson Taught Tony Robbins About Risk
Tony Robbins

What Sir Richard Branson Taught Tony Robbins About Risk

Robbins' takeaway from his long-time friendship might surprise you.
Tanya Benedicto Klich
Financing Face-Off: Debt vs. Equity
Ask the Money Guy

Financing Face-Off: Debt vs. Equity

One offers more money while the other allows for more control. The Money Guy breaks down the pros and cons of each option.
4 Tips for Landing Revenue-Based Financing
Financing

4 Tips for Landing Revenue-Based Financing

No profit? No assets? No problem.
Michelle Goodman
Should You Issue Company Credit Cards?
Credit Cards

Should You Issue Company Credit Cards?

In general, company credit cards are more trouble than they are worth. Consider these two scenarios before making a decision.
Doug and Polly White
Why Too Much Venture Capital Can Be a Problem
Venture Capital

Why Too Much Venture Capital Can Be a Problem

While venture capital is an essential part of the engine that drives capitalism., having too much cash can cause issues.
Mona Bijoor
Mark Cuban on the Best Advice He Never Got
Credit Cards

Mark Cuban on the Best Advice He Never Got

The billionaire tech entrepreneur tells us what advice he would give a 20-year-old version of himself when just starting out.