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BY Scott ShaneIf your heart is set on running your own business, you could raise your odds of success by first getting some experience on your resume and money in the bank.
BY Jodi HelmerAn Ivy League economics assignment becomes a profitable business proposition: Work out or pay up.
Even as the shark infested TV show can be intimidating, the business lessons are plentiful. Here are some inspired tips that even off-camera entrepreneurs can learn.
BY Diana RansomOther than dispel the idea that men don't like shopping, flash-sale site founder Jason Ross is hoping to train his company's energy on making a one-stop-lifestyle-shop for men.
BY Diana RansomWhen Katia Beauchamp and Hayley Barna realized the flaws in the way women buy cosmetics, they started a company to revamp the system. Here, the Birchbox founders chat about their vision for the future of buying beauty and grooming products.
BY Diana RansomWhile the number of employed young people remains desperately low, some experts suggest entrepreneurship as an increasingly worthy option.
BY Adam TorenA college degree can give grads confidence and poise. But it won't guarantee business success.
A helping hand from mom -- or dad -- can be vital for newbie entrepreneurs. Here are six ways to make your career in entrepreneurship more palatable to them.