Start Up Your Day
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Start Up Your Day
Plus: Uber defends its background check policy.
These beautiful women used their appearance in the magazine to launch lucrative careers.
Vitality Bowls franchisees David and Irene Tang brought to Indianapolis the açaí bowls they first fell in love with, in Maui.
As more companies do away with the traditional 9-to-5 office job in favor of a flexible work environment, issues with how to maintain a high-performance culture arise.
Bill Papierniak was a minor league general manager in Richmond, Va. Today, the deals he's inking are with Cartridge World.
Government prosecutor April Porter had seen more than enough horrific sex offenses and homicides. She decided to walk away.
Ray and Tina Bramble are so successful that they won 2015's IFA's Franchisee of the Year Award.
Joe Chiarello has bought and sold 16 businesses. Today, he's settled down, at least for now, with Murphy Business & Financial Corporation.
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This Shark Tank investor chatted live at General Assembly. Watch the talk right here on Entrepreneur.
These women are making their mark on the business world. If you don't know who they are, you will.
John Mansour wanted his 'second act' to be something outside the restaurant field, so he opened his own Cleaning Authority business in Illinois.
Andrew Brown traces his interest in fixing appliances back to a broken refrigerator in his childhood. Today, he's a top franchisee with Mr. Appliance.
From hotels to fast food, a look at which sectors are powering the franchise world.
The companies that made our annual list were judged by their financial strength and stability, growth rate and size.