From Startup to the White House: 3 Key Campaign Trail Lessons for Entrepreneurs
President Barack Obama's 2008 campaign chief shares what made the operation a resounding success.
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Keystone XL Pipeline Bill Dies in U.S. Senate
The massive project -- which could have benefited businesses large and small and created thousands of jobs -- faced mounting opposition from environmentalists and politicians.
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Why Rates of Entrepreneurship Remain Depressed
Because of a range of factors, those looking for a rebound in entrepreneurship have a long wait.
Obama Throws Support Behind Net Neutrality
The president came out in favor of the protection of net neutrality with a statement laying out a proposal for the FCC.
Obama Faces Tough Road as Republicans Take Control of Senate
Republicans strengthened their grip in Congress in a move guaranteed to limit President Obama's legislative agenda for his last two years in office.
Obama to Sign Cybersecurity Order, Wants Safer Payments
Action comes after massive data breaches have put millions of consumers at risk.
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Our Progress Report on the JOBS Act
Two years after President Obama signed the act into law, we lay out the good and the bad.
White House Hires Ex-Googler to Make Government Websites Suck Less (We Hope)
Uncle Sam: If at first you don't succeed, hire former Google wizard and HealthCare.gov resurrector Mikey Dickerson to clean up your mess. Again.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
10 Inspirational Robin Williams Quotes
In honor of the comedic genius and award-winning actor's birthday, we look back at 10 of his most poignant statements in life and film.
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Yes, Patent Trolls Are Hurting Your Business
They're just as bad as everyone says they are. Here's why.
Massachusetts Hikes Minimum Wage to $11
The state's lawmakers passed legislation that will raise the minimum wage from $8 an hour to $11, the highest minimum wage in the country.
10-Year-Old Boy-Genius is One of the Youngest High School Graduates Ever
Sacramento, CA's Tanishq Abraham joined Mensa at age four and expects to graduate from college by 12 or 13.
School Cancels Kindergarten Show to Prepare Kids for 'College and Careers'
An elementary school in Elwood, N.Y., has cancelled its year-end kindergarten play in order to better equip its five and six-year-old students with real-world skills.
Obama Puts Down $600 Million to Train Up Your Future Employees
The president is traveling to a community college in Pennsylvania later today where he will announce new initiatives aiming to bolster the U.S. labor force.
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