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Caterina Fake, the serial entrepreneur behind Flickr, Hunch and Findery talks about the pain of hiring the wrong people, being surrounded by others smarter than you and always needing to be on your toes.
Emerging designers share how they're overcoming fashion industry hurdles.
How does an e-commerce site keep online shoppers engaged? A steady stream of new looks and hot merchandise. Rakesh Tondon, Co-founder of Le Tote, walks us through the buying process.
A Shark Tank finalist who moved from West Point to the runway shares her tips for success.
Joy Chen, CEO of the company behind the Yes to Carrots and Yes to Tomatoes beauty lines, shares her experience turning the once unprofitable company into a fast-growing brand.
Getting the Dallas Mavericks owner to invest in your startup is easier than you think. Entrepreneurs who've successfully done soand Cuban himselfweigh in on what to keep in mind.
The Los Angeles native lives, breathes and even dreams about his insanely popular app. Here, he discusses the secret to its success and much more.
In 2001, Cheezburger founder Ben Huh hit a low point, having had to close his 18-month-old startup. In this video, Huh chats with us about how a shift in perspective helped him gain a new outlook on life.
The founder and CEO of Cheezburger talks to Entrepreneur.com about rebounding and lessons learned.
Olympic skier Shannon Bahrke Happe has always been about risk versus reward, whether she's flying down a mountain or running her own company.
Young entrepreneurs share what influences shape their businesses.
We chat to young entrepreneurs about the surprising places they get ideas for their businesses.
We talk to young entrepreneurs about how to keep nimble as their company grows.
Like improv actors, business leaders need humor and an ability to think on their feet. Learn how these young entrepreneurs use a improvisation to drive their success.
Four young entrepreneurs share the importance of pushing boundaries to create change in this roundtable discussion.
Being an entrepreneur requires a person to wear all sorts of hats - one being the ultimate networker. Here is how to get it done.
Danae Ringelmann shares how she helped bring the concept of crowdfunding to life.
After co-founding Warby Parker, Jeff Raider is hoping to find success again with his newest endeavor, Harry's.
For our series The Grind, the founder of S.W. Basics offers up advice on how to catch the attention of startup founders.
GoldieBlox founder Debbie Sterling talks to Entrepreneur.com about why she is working to shake up the toy aisle.
The Grammy Award-winning rapper and entrepreneur donated $250,000 to the organizing committee for the 2013 National Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge, a business contest for kids in low-income communities.
This Philadelphia college dropout went from being $200,000 in debt at age 16 to being worth almost $3 billion by age 41.
The owner of Rue La La, Fanatics and ShopRunner was bankrupt in his teens. But today, at 41, he is worth almost $3 billion.
You may have TOMS shoes on your feet and Warby Parker glasses on your face, but this company wants to get into your underwear drawer.
Partnerships can help take startups to the next level, but teaming up with a company can be harder than you think. Travefy co-founder David Chait offers up advice on how to seal the deal.
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