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It's easy to blame mounting debt loads for a slowdown in entrepreneurship. But data show otherwise.
Buyers, beware. While private-company shares can now be bought relatively easily, selling them will likely prove more difficult.
Starting your own business has an added risk: a tougher road to get hired by someone else later.
A big problem with the gender gap in entrepreneurship is the nagging feeling that men are better suited for it.
The biggest fallacy in the discussion of living wage is looking at the issue from a moral point of view.
Online lenders are attractive because business owners know time, not money, is their most precious resource.
Dodd-Frank has weakened community banks, a lifeline for many small businesses.
Data suggest the lower rate of companies failing might be behind the decline in companies starting up.
Small businesses are doing a lot more without having to hire new workers.
Nations that are more competitive have less of their adult-age population in the process of starting or running new businesses.