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As American fashion becomes more casual, Lunya's stylishly functional pajamas can be worn outside of the bedroom.
Ryan Ehmann knows what it means to fall down and get back up again.
Sometimes, creativity strikes out of nowhere but you won't get much accomplished waiting for it to.
TOM, which focuses on assistive technology, takes its theme from the Jewish concept of Tikkun Olam, meaning 'repair the world.'
A seemingly generous offer from Mr. Wonderful was nothing more than a shark smelling blood, and money, in the water.
If you're stuck in a bad self-employment situation, fire yourself and start building something that doesn't require you to trade dollars for your hours
An NYC startup applies A/B testing -- common in the digital space -- to convert foot traffic to sales in brick-and-mortar stores.
More than talent, brains or luck, success is endurance.
Divorce is one of the toughest times in life to make rational decisions, like maintaining the family business because it is in everyone's best interest.
Rita Cortese risked everything for her Plato's Closet franchise.
A personal tragedy and an economic downturn hit David Ogburn hard, but he staged a comeback.
Barry Foot turned his passion for cruises into his profession. Then he used his profession to honor his late wife.
Let the stories of these three franchise owners inspire you.