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Former 'Shark Tank' Judge Kevin Harrington on Launching His First Business at 15 and What It Means to Be an Entrepreneur (Video)
The founder of As Seen on TV had a staff of 25 by the time he was a junior in college.
Despite five consecutive quarterly increases, Silicon Valley confidence still lags behind that seen in 2004, 2005 and 2006.
When a company is losing money, the sky's the limit when it comes to predicting how bright its future will be.
Investors are increasingly turning to emerging markets for new sources of revenue. Check out this infographic for key tips and trends that can help you invest wisely.
In a letter to investors and customers, the fallen smartphone maker channels its inner Chip Diller.
The founder of As Seen On TV has invested in 500 inventions in his career so far. He has tapped into some real home runs, but he has also lost a fair amount of money believing too long in the wrong products.
Venture capitalist Sharon Wienbar gives us the skinny on what kind of questions VCs ask and why they ask them.
Billionaire Steve Case shares his plans for Revolution Ventures, which will focus on tech companies outside the proving ground of Silicon Valley.
The SEC contends that the 'Shark Tank' star avoided a monetary loss on stock thanks to an insider tip.
Beats dominates the U.S. market for high-end headphones, but it failed to give HTC its groove back, so the Taiwanese smartphone company is pulling the plug on their partnership.
For our series The Grind, the founder of Travefy offers up advice on securing external capital.
Equity crowdfunding proposes a fair shot for all entrepreneurs, but as with most things in a capitalist structure, only the strong will survive.
Venture capitalist John Frankel offers up advice on how to meet and pitch investors.
From scope creep to the opportunity to cash in, a look at the good and bad of working in exchange for equity.
What Entrepreneurs Need to Know About the Historic Change in General Solicitation Law That Goes Into Effect September 23
The 80-year-old ban on private companies advertising their fundraising efforts lifts on Monday, and the industry is largely cautious, waiting for the SEC to hand down more details on how the change will be regulated.
The New York Times Co. plans to invest in early-stage media startups through its incubator, timeSpace, which recently graduated its inaugural class. Here's a look at what each of its three startups are up to.
When you are looking to raise growth funding, you'll often have to answer extremely tough questions about your business and yourself. Here's how one business owner rediscovered just how important it is to be confident.
VC John Frankel of ff Venture Capital wants to answer your big startup questions about raising funds, meeting investors and pitching.
Creating a business plan is important. But the trick is in learning how to leverage it to best get funding.
Founder and CEO of PR firm Write2Market Lisa Calhoun offers up advice on how to deliver a pitch perfect presentation.
Being laser focused about how you're going to grow your business is critical. Here are a few ways to approach setting goals.
The founder of As Seen on TV, Kevin Harrington, plans to unveil a platform targeted specifically at the household, kitchen and outdoor goods inventions niche.
The investing community slows its headlong dash into some of the riskier entrepreneurship countries, according to a new report.
Throw out everything you know about a business plan. These are the questions you need to ask to sell your idea to investors.