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One of the most grueling tasks of starting a business happens to be one of the most important.
Don't fall into these traps when organizing and launching your crowdfunding campaign.
If you have business savvy but lack technical skills, bring in a technologist to strengthen your leadership.
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A millennial and a business owner? These tips might strike a chord.
Introducing the next class of 500 Startups' accelerator program.
Every company embarks on a unique journey but hiring the right people is one thing they all have in common.
The cost of a patent attorney is daunting for independent inventors but a government program makes it affordable, if you qualify.
Library For All provides digital libraries to poverty-stricken countries. Know them.
Selecting offices is a tricky balance of cost, location, function and the intangible message your space sends to customers and employees.
From the idea stage to bringing a product or service to market, a business launch encompasses myriad steps. Here's an overview of everything an entrepreneur should consider, from start to finish.
Family may come first, but follow these five tried-and-tested tips to ensure your relationship can survive and thrive as a business partnership.
There's a trick to turning horrible days into positive lessons.
People who start companies are passionate, energetic and unafraid of risk. Sometimes, thats a recipe for disaster.
Google and Twitter have proven that both approaches can work, so you need to determine the right path for your company.
A new tool allows you to validate your ideas and build a real business.
TechStars' latest mission is to help early-stage hardware and connected-device companies get off the ground.
A look at the realizations that inspired the founders of Apple, Ikea, WhatsApp and other massively successful businesses.
An overseas trip provides some insights about how an entrepreneur can prevail in realizing his dreams.
Everybody begins as an outsider. The connections you need are just outside your comfort zone.
The wreckage of the burst housing bubble has largely been cleared and mortgages are still historically low. America is ready to go home.
While your relationship with your co-founder may be peachy right now, there is a possibility it could turn sour down the road. To protect yourself (and the company), make sure these three areas are covered in your founders' agreement.
The high failure rate that occurs in the startup world can be attributed to many different factors, but often, it comes down to these four recurring problems.
Business incubators present an amazing opportunity for startup companies, as long as you have the right expectations.
Actress Blake Lively was looking to follow in Stewart's footsteps in launching her own lifestyle company. Stewart's response? 'Let her try.'
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