Finding The Right Business
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Two franchises are seeing rapid growth by offering consumers convenient and nutritious snacks in high-tech vending machines.
Sometimes starting a business seems like the best antidote to having a boss and job you don't like. But there's more to it than that. Here are three key factors to consider.
The 'sharing economy' is more than just a buzzword. An entire economy has emerged around the exchange of goods and services between individuals. Here's how to adapt your business.
Sift Science is a cloud-based service that tracks consumer e-commerce behavior patterns and assigns every user a "fraud score."
Cleveland's Perfect Proposal transforms proposals into events rivalling the wedding itself.
Jordan Eisenberg has squeezed into consumers' overstuffed wallets, invented new ways to sell his product at the drug store checkout counter and, most recently, scored marketing gold by wiggling his product into celebrity swag bags.
Make these six mistakes when developing and marketing your app and you'll be hard-pressed to see success.
If you want to open your own restaurant, be prepared for stiff competition. Here are three ways to make your establishment stand out from the pack.
Everyone has experienced a dry spell when it comes to generating ideas. Here are seven steps to keep your idea well full.
When their border collie had trouble seeing during a game of fetch, Roni and Ken Di Lullo invented Doggles, tinted sport goggles for dogs.
Comic-Con is sold out. Comic book movies are cleaning up. Are comic books a thing of the past? Not if these digital startups can help it.
Venture-capital funding increased slightly in the second quarter from the previous quarter, according to a new report.
To find out how to catch the eye of the hottest co-working spaces, we chatted with Jason Saltzman of AlleyNYC.
Two brothers created a zero-waste, packaging-free grocery store that operates in a smaller space and provides healthier food choices.
With online sales growing, more entrepreneurs are breaking into ecommerce. Here's a look at this thriving industry.
'Go self-serve or go home,' says one competitor. Franchises get creative to differentiate themselves in an increasingly crowded frozen-yogurt market.
Entrepreneurs are betting on a future full of flying robots that can do anything from survey crops to make a delivery.
In an effort to expand entrepreneurship across the U.S. and provide some much needed jobs, this nonprofit is looking to the nation's college students.
Think creating the next iPhone is tough? Try making the perfect pocket or purse to hold one.
No matter how great your idea, if you don't have a solid market, you're wasting your time. Here are four ways to be more strategic about positioning your business idea for the right customers.
The White House announced today that it will expand on its program to promote advanced manufacturing in the U.S., an effort to drive global competitiveness.
Running expert Eric Orton developed a new shoe to help athletes put their best foot forward.
Flint and Tinder's founder shares tips on how he successfully branched out with a new product -- and you can, too.
After years of struggle, the golf cap company stands out in a crowded market with a customized approach to selling.
A new report shows that most new business owners spend months working on their business plan prior to starting up.