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BY Diana RansomAs House and Senate members bicker over how to pay for maintaining low rates on certain federal student loans, a July 1 deadline looms.
There's nothing like participating in a Startup Weekend to force you to concentrate on your business. But go into it with goals.
BY Diana RansomNew college graduates are facing never-before-seen student-debt levels. The White House is hoping entrepreneurship is the answer.
BY Shira LazarThe 'Shark Tank' investor shares his thoughts on youth and entrepreneurship, as well as business trends and using social media.
BY Diana RansomMillions of people have tuned into an 11-minute video of entrepreneur Caine Monroy's cardboard arcade creation, but how did that video catch on when so many others don't? To figure it out, we asked the experts to give us their best viral-video tips.
BY Diana RansomThe cosmetics darling will offer customers a 'Gossip Girl'-inspired selection of goodies in May. If this branding hookup is the harbinger of what's to come, consider these tips for amping up your own offerings.
With so many startups trying to follow in Facebook's -- and now Instagram's -- footsteps, they're forgetting one very important element: money.
BY Teri EvansIn 'Trep Talk, the young multimillionaire shares how he shook off bullies, how family fueled his drive to succeed, and how startups can change a conversation to get noticed.
BY Daniel BortzHere's a look at what happened to three companies once their young founders got investors to take the bait.
BY Adam TorenIn the final days of March Madness, do you feel like your company is a Baylor or UNLV? Here's how to size up the competition and come out on top.
BY Adam TorenIt'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
BY Teri EvansIn this 'Trep Talk Extra, the multimillionaire young entrepreneur explains why you don't need a new idea to launch a successful startup.
BY Carol TiceSee how two inventors fared when they brought their children along to pitch the 'Sharks.'