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It can be hard to start a new when you already have one startup failure under your belt. But overcoming the fear of failure is your first step to success. Here's how.
Say goodbye to the cupcake and the Cronut-- hospitality consultant Andrew Freeman predicts six fresh trends for the restaurant industry in 2014.
As the fast-growing photo sharing app gains momentum, a self-proclaimed third founder argues he rightfully owns one-third of the company.
Twitter is the poster child for entrepreneurial determination and free-market opportunities. Believe that hype.
Writing a business plan isn't for everyone. Here are ten strategies you might be better off trying first.
Of all the surveys conducted, the Kauffman/LegalZoom Startup Confidence Index is taking the prize for the most obvious.
Ido Leffler, co-founder of Yes To Inc., has accomplished a lot in the last seven years, and he's learned that good things come to those who wait.
You may have been "with the band" in college, but these days, you're probably more interested in being "with the brand." Check out our weekly series on branding across the country.
Getting an app off the ground isn't easy. Here are five steps to help make your first hundred days more manageable.
Danae Ringelmann decided that she had to democratize the way that money gets distributed. Everything else hinges off her commitment to solve that one problem.
With clients like Starbucks, Yoplait and Betty Crocker, DINE marketing president Chris Cornyn offers up business advice for entrepreneurs -- foodies and all.
Following your passion will only get you so far. You also need a good plan in place to turn your dream into a reality.
Don't let the resources and opportunities available to you through an accelerator pass you by. Here are nine insider tips to keep in mind.
For our series College Treps, founder of real estate software company Rivolix offers up advice on what aspiring entrepreneurs should do when starting up.
Do you choose entrepreneurship or does it choose you?
PivotDesk wants to play matchmaker for office space, helping fledgling companies find the right digs by connecting them with other businesses that are locked into long-term leases and have floor space to spare.
When you're just starting out, asking the right questions to the right people can be your difference between failure and success.
Your game is being an entrepreneur. And here are your badges.
The Virgin Group founder recently received a letter from a 12-year-old girl asking about his skills. He took to LinkedIn on Thursday to share his response with the world.
If you've got a new product on the market, face the facts: It will probably take about 1,000 days before you see a profit.
Part of becoming profitable quickly is knowing what matters now and what can be pushed back several weeks or months
Our hyper-intense, super-condensed guide to launching a new profitable business.
Tim Haskell has transformed the first haunted house in New York City into a mix of theatre, audience participation and scares that won't stop evolving.
There's a way to do what you love and make a living at it. Here's one entrepreneur's success story.
The urge to start up can come on suddenly and powerfully. Here's how College Trep columnist Mark Burns got the entrepreneurial bug.
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