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7 Ways Entrepreneurs Drive Economic Development

Entrepreneurs create businesses, businesses create jobs and people with jobs make good customers.

Ed Sappin

7 Creative, Marvelous and Downright Weird Ways People Paid Tribute to Steve Jobs

From 'Cheese Jobs' to 'Hello Stevie,' Apple fanboys and girls have immortalized Cupertino, Calif.'s 'Billion Dollar Hippie' in some curious and quirky ways.

Your Next Company Car Might Be an Uber

The latest way ridesharing is shaping business.

Michael Frank

What's the Right Car for Hauling 2,000 Burritos?

Three food startups explain how they chose their fleet.

Michael Frank

3 Steps You Can Take Now to Unlock Your Inner Innovator

Ignore real-world limitations and you're a lot likelier to visualize the ideal solution.

Charlie Harary

To Disrupt or Be Disrupted: What's Your Choice?

Consider the big-wave surfers on Northern California's Pacific Coast. They're rarely unprepared for the biggest swells that come their way.

7 Books Every Marketer Should Read Before Selling Anything

From telling compelling stories to breaking down the 80/20 rule, master marketers show there's always a way to study the landscape and position your brand for success.

Robert Allen

These Founders Aren't Selling Furniture, They're Telling a Story

A powerful story keeps this furniture company distinct and memorable.

Paul Kix

How a Single Food Truck Helped Build a Multi-Million Dollar Taco Empire

This founder started with $18,000 in his bank account. Now he runs a $4.5 million fast-casual-food brand.

Matt McCue

This Founder Finally Made it to the NBA -- With an Analytics Tool

He'd never make the team, but he's still a major player on the court.

Kate Rockwood

What Entrepreneurship Taught One Married Couple About Partnership

Collaboration for these founders is professional and personal.

Matt McCue