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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.
From leadership and innovation to startup tips, these seven business books have useful information for entrepreneurs at every stage.
It's no secret that entrepreneurs often beget entrepreneurial children, but when entrepreneurs spring from employees, strife often develops. Entrepreneurs understand how the business of working for yourself works
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The National Venture Capital Association and 700 high-profile entrepreneurs sent a letter to Congressional leaders supporting legislation to help startups go public.
The future of entrepreneurship is bright, but there are roadblocks. At SXSW, Steve Case explains the potential and the perils.
Nobody can deny that owning your own small business is a challenging and rewarding experience. Sometimes though, you can feel like a tiny grain of sand on
Meet five enterprising animal lovers who found their second acts in the booming pet industry.
When local options fail, it's time to cast a wider net. Here are ways to expand your funding search.
Last year Fran Reisner sold her home and took her photography business and her life on the road. Here's how she did it -- and how she's adapting.
To save the cash she needed to launch her new beauty product, Brandy Jans traded her pricey Manhattan digs for room and board with Mom and Dad.
A good showing at Austin's South by Southwest Interactive festival can carry you down the path to startup glory. Here's a last-minute checklist.
A boudoir photographer focuses on customers' private moments.
New York investors make predictions as to which sectors will receive funding in the coming year.
Most entrepreneurs expect to face the "normal" challenges of starting a business, which include finding the right opportunity, building and executing a winning plan, and financing their
Four entrepreneurs find more than pocket change in their couch.
While some block sidewalks on Wall Street and elsewhere, other unemployed citizens are going in a more productive direction: They're starting businesses.
Venture capital dollars have been largely scarce since the downturn set in. But these days, that tide appears to be turning.
With still tight credit conditions, taking out a home equity loan can be tempting. But it's a mistake.
How to embrace the global, financial and social changes affecting your business this year.
Consider these five business goals as you embark on a new year.
Adam Brotman, Starbucks vice president of digital ventures.
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