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Pitching to investors is part of the game. Yet, for many entrepreneurs getting up and presenting your idea can be downright petrifying. Here are a few tips on how to get through the presentation and seal the deal.
A failed business venture is practically a rite of passage. But rather than simply imploding, bowing out with gratitude and grace can help set the stage for future success.
In a letter to investors, the streaming leader vowed to fight a ruling last week that overturned net neutrality laws. Netflix also announced its stronger-than-expected earnings.
In the startup world, selling your vision in a PowerPoint presentation is so passe. To get the attention of VCs, prototypes are a must. Here is why.
Oyster, which employs a business model similar to Netflix, received $14 million in its second round of financing.
With the support of the Commerce Department, company executives can travel to regions of interest and meet with potential investors, which may be the boost some franchises need to expand their concepts into international brands.
After disappointing sales, Chuck E. Cheese's parent company is reportedly exploring a potential sale.
You don't always need to invest a lot of capital to demonstrate traction to investors. Here is how to do it on a budget and with limited resources.
Be prepared to communicate these points, and you'll be speaking your investor's language.
Most dividend provisions fall into one of three categories. Do you understand the differences between them?
As Red Lobster struggles, Darden is looking to sell or spin off the seafood restaurant to focus on more profitable up-and-coming chains.
"Clean tech" may not be the easiest sell. But startups in the sustainable technology sector offer the next wave of discoveries with potential for big returns.
A look at the ups, downs, and tough truths about the future of Bitcoin and digital currency.
When presenting to investors you will either nail it or put people to sleep. Here is what to know about making your presentation a success. .
The largest Bitcoin service in the U.S. just got a major push to expand its business.
The founder of the Bitcoin Investment Trust has been meeting with Wall Street players whom he says are preparing to pour vast amounts of money into the digital currency.
AMC Stubs members have the chance buy stock as the company prepares to go public, with the company reserving 110,000 shares for loyal customers.
With an onslaught of startups looking to raise funds, entrepreneurs need to have their game face on to get the attention of a VC. Here are three tips to help you with your approach.
The very fact that investors are in front of you means theyre interested in hearing your pitch. You already have their attention; the trick is keeping it.
Westfield Group will now be the sole owner of retail space at the World Trade Center in New York City. Meanwhile, other foreign investors are snapping up the city's residential properties.
Three college kids from Georgetown launched a salad shop on the cusp of the Great Recession. Having managed to thrive in the six years since, it is now poised for explosive growth.
Roger Ver began investing in bitcoins in 2011. Now, his investments are paying off.
Being acquired by a bigger company early in your venture's life cycle can be a sweet deal in its own right.
Bitcoin is everywhere these days, and so is the confusion. Here are three myths about the virtual currency you need to stop believing now.