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A summer program in Harlem is teaching students what it takes to launch and grow a successful eatery.
BY Shira LazarDespite his famous father, the Thrillist co-founder has managed to find massive success in business on his own. Here, we ask him about his victories -- and challenges.
BY Jodi HelmerThe young environmentalists with a passion for sustainable agriculture won $10,000 in a business contest to launch the farm-to-front-door venture.
BY Eric ShapiroSee how these young treps turned a winning Kickstarter campaign into a thriving business in just a few months. Photo credit: Adrian Cabrero, courtesy of ENK International
Venture capitalist, author and professor Peter S. Cohan answer readers top questions about entrepreneurship.
BY Matt VillanoTo become an entrepreneur, it might behoove you to study something different. Here's more about some of the alternative courses and programs picking up steam among aspiring entrepreneurs.
BY Adam TorenEven brilliant start-up entrepreneurs could benefit from learning a thing or two from the long-time Costco CEO.
BY Dave ClarkeWhen it comes to starting up, one of the biggest drivers you'll have in finding customers is your current customers. Here's how to keep them happy -- and chatty.
BY Scott ShaneInterest is high in supporting youth entrepreneurship and often seen as a way to help create jobs and turn the economy. But a closer look at the issues shows that these notions may be little more than wishful thinking.
BY Tim GrayWhen coming up with a name for your startup, don't consider it lightly. But do consider these business-name trends.