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They came to the U.S. from China, Grenada, India, Haiti, Nigeria and the former Soviet Union. Now they own businesses in food service and product sales -- and helping other startups. See how they landed launch capital and met challenges.
In this short video, Lewis Howes talks about one crucial element to making the startup of your dreams work.
Caterina Fake, the serial entrepreneur behind Flickr, Hunch and Findery talks about the pain of hiring the wrong people, being surrounded by others smarter than you and always needing to be on your toes.
Find out what type of paperwork you need to file and the laws you have to follow to keep your bar on the right side of the law.
There's a lot of focus on people who start their own businesses in college, but many successful entrepreneurs start their own businesses after years of work experience. Check out these blockbuster entrepreneurs who struck out on their own in their 30s, 40s and 50s.
These are the three thing top professionals look for in startups to persuade them to leave their well-paying job.
Shyness doesnt have to keep you from success. In some ways, it can work to your advantage.
If you want to be a successful entrepreneur, you are going to have to be able to handle rejection. Probably more than you think.
Olympic skier Shannon Bahrke Happe has always been about risk versus reward, whether she's flying down a mountain or running her own company.
Here's how you can get your toes wet as a business owners without necessarily having to quit your day job.
Mr. Tod's Pie Factory Owner Tod Wilson, who lived in his car before appearing on the first season of 'Shark Tank,' attributes his success to persistence.
A good business idea needs a healthy dose of momentum to get it going. Here are five steps to help you get there.
Think you are ready for startup land? Here are six signs you are ready to take the leap into entrepreneurship.
Prior to jumping into the world of entrepreneurship, you need to be 100 percent ready mentally, physically and financially.
Entrepreneur Matt Clark explains why pouring money into finding your ideal business partner may be your best bet.