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Turning Rejection Into Triumph: How Sarah Michelle Gellar and Her Co-Founders Built a New Baking Brand
As an actor, Sarah Michelle Gellar was used to rejection and uphill battles, but co-founding her startup, Foodstirs, has been a challenge like no other.
When times get tough, this entrepreneur turns to the past for help.
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A Buzzing Business: How These Entrepreneurs Turned a Longtime Annoyance Into Successful Careers in Pest Control
Mosquito Joe franchisees Kurt and Melissa Godwin share how their second career helped create a better work-life balance for them.
Creamistry's Jay Yim took a crazy experiment in his garage and grew it into a global ice cream brand.
From a client taking their company hostage to a competitor smearing their product, entrepreneurs share how they got through awful situations.
After creating a potentially groundbreaking solution, two founders weren't sure whom to sell it to.
6 Founders Share What Still Scares Them About Entrepreneurship -- and How They Push Past These Fears
Running a business is scary -- and parts of it will always be scary.
Check out a family home two and a half decades in the making.
The ecommerce platform's headquarters was formerly a Seagram's distillery -- and the building's history is still showcased and celebrated.
Research shows customers are increasingly fickle. And as companies grow, founders tend to forget that.
The Director Behind the Ocean Eleven's Franchise Shares How His Storytelling Skills Helped Build His Liquor Startup
Hollywood director Steven Soderbergh is trying to turn an obscure Bolivian spirit into a hot company.
After Hurricane Maria savaged Puerto Rico, a man named Jesse Levin used what he'd learned as an entrepreneur and applied it to disaster relief. And it worked.
These companies may be new to the scene, but they are already giving the big guys a run for their money with innovative models, marketing methods and menus.
Stretching your marketing dollars is imperative, especially when there aren't that many marketing dollars to stretch.
With the right mix of speed, timing and guts, smart founders can profit hugely from their much, much, much larger rivals' misfortune.