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The founders of a San Antonio coworking space have created an educational program on wheels intended to spark students' creative and entrepreneurial spirit.
In her new book Do Cool Sh*t, Miki Agrawal discusses the importance of living the life you want, not what others expect of you.
After participating in the World Series of Poker, Matthew Toren provides insight on similarities between poker and running a business.
Silicon Valley is the startup capital of the world for a reason. Here are five key lessons from the place that every entrepreneur can apply to the way they do business, no matter where they are.
Having a partner could share the load...or create added burden.
Even when the numbers tell you to press on, if your instincts are sending you warning signals, it might be time to step back and reevaluate your business idea. Here's one entrepreneur's story.
In the race to find the next young entrepreneurial dynamo, VC firms are increasingly putting students in control of the selection process.
With an attractive amount of capital, along with international connections, U.S. founders are turning to Chile to launch their ventures.
While college taught you many lessons, here are a few you should make a point to leave on campus.
After years of struggle, the golf cap company stands out in a crowded market with a customized approach to selling.
A low cost of living, diverse population, and deep ties to energy and life sciences are just a few of the perks for new ventures blowing out of H-town.
In the years since the financial crisis, New York has become a startup magnet. Here's a look at a diverse mix of Gotham entrepreneurs.
The eSignature pioneer has grown to capture more 25 million users who use their services to digitally sign, send and store legally binding documents in more than 188 countries.
Talented potential employees will have a host of questions about your startup's vision. Here's how to persuade them to get on board.
Take advantage of these free workspaces offered by chambers of commerce, universities and the community-at-large.
A startup's first 10 employees can determine whether or not it succeeds.
Backed by Silicon Valley heavyweights, Votizen co-founder Jason Putorti talks to us about changing the future of campaigning.
NetSpend co-founder Bertrand Sosa says cities like Austin support entrepreneurs -- and there needs to more towns like that in the U.S. Plus, he recommends finding a partner.
University of Oregon grad Abraham Choe wanted more university-branded goods. So he launched a business to make it happen.
AdLeads lets companies launch geo-tagged campaigns that sidestep the cost-per-click model, in favor of sign-ups.
Oprah Winfrey's OWN network might be faltering, but don't count out the woman with the Midas touch. Here's what any entrepreneur can learn from her recent startup struggles.
Here are three ways startups can tailor product offerings for growth industries.
Learning doesn't have to end at graduation. Here's how Malcolm Ong and Michael Karnjanaprakorn built a business that aims to put learning first.
One of the riskiest times for any business is when it's just begun. Here are five key steps to take to make sure your startup survives that tough first year.
See how the actor's new media company SoulPancake is making a business out of helping you chew on life's big questions.