Starting a Business
News and Articles About Starting a Business
An enterprising young trep capitalizes on a captive audience with toilet paper you can read.
If you're new to the world of raising money, it helps to know the lingo. Here's a guide to the foreign language investors speak.
Having these types of people around to ask advice of and bounce ideas off can be essential to business owner's success.
Ahmed Khattak came to America to study but stayed to reshape the U.S. cell phone market.
New programs to help emerging-market entrepreneurs cater to global consumers sprout up abroad -- and in the U.S.
The founder of iDoneThis shares his top tips for amping up your startup's content-marketing strategy.
Classtivity brings the online booking model to recreation.
When it comes to getting your message heard, leaving behind a calling card can only serve you. Here, we dissect some of the most eye-catching business cards around.
When considering who to seek advice from, consider the expertise, timing and motivation behind the words of wisdom.
From slow sales to finding funding -- a breakdown of the struggles that entrepreneurs face.
The entrepreneurs behind two recent documentary films about U.S. start-up culture talk about how they made the films and why they matter.
If choosing to study entrepreneurship in college or graduate school is tough, deciding where to go is even more challenging. Here are some tips.
KegSkins banishes the biggest party foul -- warm beer.
A PGA player tees off to improve Native American health.
Get inside the mind's of the business and investment experts at the heart of ABC's powerhouse entrepreneurship show Shark Tank, as they dish on what it takes to make it in the world of business.
From cat cartoons to lip balm for couples, the sharks look back that some of their best (and worst) investments.
Five tips for a company culture where everyone knows everything.
A look at the pros and cons you should consider before deciding on a business structure.
Woodworkers carve out a niche with an offbeat, high-end product.
Three tips for setting limits when family and friends ask for free services.
Creating a business with the intent to sell demands forward-looking thinking from the very beginning.
Three-dimensional printing technology is helping treps start and run dynamic new businesses.
Messy legal issues can derail a new business. It's best to keep it clean from the start.
Too many startups develop products and services for âassumedâ wants and perceived needs. What about designing solutions for deeper desires?