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Entrepreneur Magazine's Editor-in-Chief Amy Cosper reflects on 2011 as a turning-point year.
The snowboarding industry is on fire, as evidenced by these two newcomers proving it with their own spin.
These small businesses are keeping the powder (and the industry) fresh.
The 15-year-old company was chugging along before its founders chucked long-held conventions and completely reconceived the design of the snowboard.
The Esquire guy goes on a fact-finding mission to unearth the perfect words to accompany a hoist, whether it's to toast the accomplishments of employees or the tanking of a rival.
What retail forecasters expect from online customers during the holiday spending season this year.
With Shift My Gift, recipients can donate the money Aunt Gladys wanted to spend on them instead of having to find space for yet another useless tchotchke.
A pair of college students dream up a product that gives pets some relief.
With their dream venture as motivation, Nate Casey and his partners opened a web-consulting firm to raise capital.
Think launching a startup is challenging? Consider the life of the seasonal business owner: It's all start, restart, rinse and repeat.