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Every company on this list has one thing in common: an idea worth fighting for.
How This Salad Franchise Freshened Up Its Image and Menu to Appeal to Smarter, Health-Conscious Customers
Saladworks reinvents itself for a smarter, savvier and more health-minded customer.
It sounds too good to be true, and yet many companies pull it off. How? By thinking differently about who does the marketing.
How two former big-league execs learned to play small ball.
Depending on your company's situation, you may need an outside audit every year -- or not at all.
A venture fund invests serious cash on startups in underserved communities.
Punctuation and other markers -- emoticons, slang and the like -- serve as stand-ins for facial expression and vocal intonation.
Every flop is worthwhile. Here, how a dead-end subscription startup shaped its founders.
Traveling can spark unexpected businesses -- and David Harmatz started his with a distant Panamanian shack.
To keep your company running soundly, you need to financially prepare for unexpected events that could pop up.
Make the jump from one franchise unit to a multi-unit empire.
Launch your U.S. business in a matter of days, not months
Fitlosophy's increased 65 percent in six months, thanks to Shopify's e-commerce platform.
Qapital has automated the savings process based on your habits (because putting money aside isn't one of them).
These companies are harnessing the power of technology to improve most aspects of life, from education to shopping and gun safety.
These companies prove that doing good is good business.
Looking for companies solving problems in the food and farming industries? Eat your heart out.
How one woman is rethinking menstruation maintenance with Thinx
Suze Yalof Schwartz has modernized meditation with Unplug.
Learn from people who've been there and made it work.
Eatsa lets you personalize your food order without talking to people.
Companies looking for branded podcasts go to Pacific Content.
These companies are cashing in on innovative solutions to financial pain points.
These companies are taking fun to a new level.
Shyp founder and CEO Kevin Gibbon traces two different paths for one hypothetical package to demonstrate his company's value.
These companies will get you what you want when you want it, whether that's an interior decorator or an easier bookkeeping system.
These startups have created tools you didn't know you needed, from a platform to improve the interviewing process to automated wealth-management services and more.
A simple quiz could save your life.
These are games that kids and parents can all appreciate.
These companies are shaking up the health industry with apps, video games, tampons and more.
Fans of accessories, food, shoes or formal attire and more should keep their eyes on these startups.