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Tennis trained her to be a one-woman, hyper-focused, do-it-all-yourself machine. But as she's discovering, entrepreneurship requires more balance.
Taking on investors is one way to grow your business -- but before you seek funding, make sure it's the right path for you.
A woman took her 2-year-old son on a five-month biking journey and learned valuable lessons to start a company.
Leaders who apologize for their mistakes are actually perceived as stronger and more inspirational than those who don't acknowledge their mistakes, according to a study.
It's about more than babies and friends -- work-life balance can also mean finding career fulfillment through a side hustle.
Get out your reading glasses! The eyewear brand loves books so much, their offices include a library and a secret reading room.
In times of crisis, some entrepreneurs are finding that their greatest support system is their customer base.
Giving people a second chance can be good for your operation.
With Rockets of Awesome, Rachel Blumenthal has built a data-driven supply chain to make her business faster and smarter.
Gift-giving can be tricky. We asked six entrepreneurs what they're gifting employees this season.
We asked a range of experts to offer their best predictions on where business is going -- and where you should go, too.
Melisa Ben-Ishay talks about her first big mistake (during the holiday rush!) and what it taught her about prepping for sales spikes.
With more businesses competing for customers, it's time to speed things up.
The former scribe has long admired small businesses and the people who run them. And now that he's got a company of his own, he's learning just how tricky it can be.
Storytelling will always be a strong tool for entrepreneurs-but creativity is key, now more than ever.
The first rule of talking about you: It's not really about you.
Thanks to technology, entrepreneurs no longer need to be on Sand Hill Road to catch an investor's eye.
Creating a compelling vision -- and expressing it well -- is key to capturing your place in the market.
Stumpy's Hatchet House wants to go big-but the competition isn't far behind
The press release industry generates a lot of money-but it might not hold any value for your business.
These super successful entrepreneurs share their predictions on what next year will hold.
Next year will bring big changes and new opportunities for sharp, forward-thinking entrepreneurs. Here's what to keep your eye on.