Senior Entrepreneurship Writer at CNBC
Catherine Clifford is senior entrepreneurship writer at CNBC. She was formerly a senior writer at Entrepreneur.com, the small business reporter at CNNMoney and an assistant in the New York bureau for CNN. Clifford attended Columbia University where she earned a bachelor's degree. She lives in Brooklyn, N.Y. You can follow her on Twitter at @CatClifford.
A new report from HSBC analyzes the culture and motivation of generations of entrepreneurs around the world.
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In honor of 2 million learners using its platform, Code School is opening up all its learn-to-code courses from March 4 to 6.
Its value is estimated to be almost $300 billion, according to data recently released by a government agency.
Called Campus, the online forum gives crowdfunders a place to get support and feedback about how to launch and run a campaign.
Students and teachers schedule appointments and join live video chats through the platform.
A slate of startup closures could signal that the hangover has finally arrived.
The transportation technology company says that its 'operating costs became too high.'
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Employees in the U.S. spend the majority of their time at work scheduling and organizing, instead of engaging in meaningful, creative tasks, a new study finds.
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Dowling College School of Aviation's new drone aviation course prepares pilots to get a job piloting the vehicles.
The RULE YOURSELF campaign speaks to both entrepreneurs and elite athletes with its message of, 'It's what you do in the dark that puts you in the light.'
Teleport, which is built on Uber's API, lets you order and pay for someone else's car ride.
Expense management startup Abacus broke down where companies' dollars are going.
It took the personal crowdfunding site five years go get to the first billion-dollar mark and only nine months to hit that second billion.
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