Author Amy Guth Is Not Like Metallica. She Actually Embraced the Digital Revolution 15 Years Ago.
The multi-talented Chicago radio host uses the digitizing of the music industry as an analogy of what she went through to self-publish her first book in 2006.
How These Entrepreneurs Found Success in an Industry They Knew Nothing About
When launching their shoe startup BucketFeet, Raaja Nemani and Aaron Firestein had a great idea but no previous experience in manufacturing or inventory management.
Chicago and Los Angeles Could Get Google Fiber. And That's a Very Big Deal for Entrepreneurs.
Bringing super-fast Internet to the second and third biggest cities in the U.S. has the potential to turbocharge the entrepreneurial communities there.
How Avant Lives Up to Its Name With a Cutting-Edge Strategy
Meet one of the companies on the E360 index that fits in the 'forward thinkers' category.
Sorry, New Yorkers: Chicago Has Been Named the No. 1 Pizza City in the U.S.
TripAdvisor users' favorite pizzeria might be in Brooklyn, N.Y., but Chicago is their overall top city to grab a slice.
This Program Wants to Help People With Disabilities Become Entrepreneurs
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago hope to create a training program that can be replicated in other places.
Why This Entrepreneur Says Sustainability Is the No. 1 Business Opportunity
The exuberant and eco-friendly cleaning brand Method is set to unveil a first-of-its-kind manufacturing plant in inner city Chicago.
Cheating Can Never Be Excused in Life, Business or Little League
Don't cry for the Jackie Robinson West Little Leaguers. Rather, help them to learn the right lessons.
Basecamp's Rebel Recipe for Success: 5 Ways the Software Maverick Made Millions by Being Different
Here are the surprising, unorthodox strategies that helped the early software as a service pioneer rise to -- and stay at the top of -- the crowded online project management space.
Groupon Co-Founder Shares How He Created an Idea and Creativity Hotbed in Chicago
Now in its third year, Chicago Ideas Week eclectic program attracts world leaders and nearly 30,000 attendees in search of creativity and new ideas. Here's a look at how they did it.