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I Co-Founded a Startup With My Best Friend: How to Balance Friendship and Business

Follow these three tips if you're thinking about co-founding a company with a friend.

Dan Saks

· 5 min read

These 10 Entrepreneurial Couples Share How They Make It Work in Both Business and Love

There's an old cliche that you're not supposed to mix business and pleasure, but these co-founders who are also lovers prove that's just B.S.

Entrepreneur Staff

· 14 min read

Study These 9 Traps Even Successful Entrepreneurs Have Fallen For So You Won't

There is remarkably little originality in the mistakes entrepreneurs make.

John Rampton

· 6 min read

This Former Freelancer Now Leads FabFitFun, a Subscription Service With Hundreds of Thousands of Customers

Katie Ann Rosen Kitchens is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of the company, which boasts of a mostly female staff.

Rose Leadem

· 12 min read

Through Thick and Thin: How to Find a Co-Founder Who Will Last

You need to create criteria, be patient, thorough and know your weaknesses.

Adam Bornstein

· 4 min read

Why Co-CEOs Are a Bad Idea for Early-Stage Startups, Almost Always

When building your organization from the ground up, it's best to assign employees (and co-founders) to specific roles to ensure smooth operations.

David Brown

· 5 min read

How to Find Great Co-Founders for Your Startup -- Fast

What to do when you want a team to help make our idea a reality, but you don't have the money to hire anybody.

Natasha Che

· 6 min read

5 Things I've Learned by Co-Founding a Successful Business

Sometimes -- no, oftentimes -- two heads are better than one.

Han-Gwon Lung

· 7 min read

These Companies Just Merged and Want to Help You Find the Perfect Co-Founder

Onevest recently purchased FounderDating to better connect entrepreneurs with potential co-founders.

Nina Zipkin

· 2 min read

Tips for Starting a Company Without Any Business Skills

Our entrepreneur expert discusses how to launch a fashion startup without having a business background. Her advice can apply to all industries.

Jodi Goldstein

· 4 min read

Getting Through Thick and Thin With Your Co-founder

Business partnerships often last longer than marriages. You have to make the right match.

Brian Foley

· 4 min read