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New fundraising round reportedly values the popular social-media management tool at $1 billion.
The move likely values Fullscreen, which counts the fastest-growing subscriber base of any YouTube network, at $250 million.
How does any entrepreneur know what ventures to pursue, and which ones are best left behind?
Unless your product is truly disruptive or you have bags of cash, don't bother bringing it to market. Instead, solve a real-world problem.
If your startup calls for financing to get off the ground, follow this list to impress potential investors and lenders.
When you're making your pitch, you should showcase your expert knowledge of the market and your rivals from a position of strength.
If you can launch a product with limited funds, investors will take you seriously. Follow this advice to up your chances.
Its your responsibility to translate your message into values and priorities that the intended receiver can readily relate to.
A startup raises nearly $5 million to match companies with the well-educated consultants they need.
Before you ask anyone for money, do research into your market segment with these six free to inexpensive resources.
Your pitch is not just what you tell investors. It's your message to everyone interested enough in your company to ask you about it.
We take a look at the issue from both the investors' and founders' point of view.
Investors seek companies that run smoothly and have solid prospects, which is just the company you're trying to build.
Avoid these no-nos to inspire investor passion. Provide compelling evidence of a boost to their bottom line.
Startups that thrive manage to eke out the first profits that convince investors to put in the money that grows the company.
Theres one thing worse than watching an entrepreneur crumble under a fatal barrage of questions.
Not all investors are created equal. Here are some tips on finding the best investor for your startup and its needs.
These apps can aid the tedious and onerous task of getting venture capitalists to budge and fund your company's budget.
Present all the facts that drew you to your great idea, season with your passion and you will wow investors.
Regulators argue that the income requirements for accredited investors -- which were set in 1982 -- are in desperate need of an adjustment. Entrepreneurs and investors, meanwhile, dont want to see access to capital limited.
Investors don't want to invest in a product, they want to invest in a business. Here are seven reality checks to apply.
A woman entrepreneur shares her unconventional launch experience, not fitting the typical tech-entrepreneur mold, as a marketer not a programmer.
Personal networks are important for founders looking for venture capital. Entrepreneurs from underrepresented groups have particular challenges.
Our expert Bo Yaghmaie explains how entrepreneurs should prepare for the worst.