The 'Mayor' of Entrepreneurship in Atlanta On Empire Builders Vs. Lifestyle Entrepreneurs
David Cummings, the founder of Atlanta Tech Village, explains how he chooses which startups to invest in.
Why Sending a Deck to an Investor Before a First Meeting Is a Bad Idea
Instead, here's what you should do when you're seeking capital.
How to Avoid Dangerous Investors and Possible Embezzlement
One of my friends stole $700,000 from me. Don't let that happen to you.
5 Wrong Answers When Pitching Investors for Capital
If you don't know each and every detail of your business, why would an investor want to work with you?
6 Strategies to Win the New Initial Public Offering Game
Businesses don't have to be big in order to prove they're self-assured in the changing world of IPOs.
The 7 Sources of Startup Capital
From loans from friends and family to billion-dollar mega venture capital firms, here are some quick tips on how to approach each.
Winning Really Is the Only Thing in Business. Here Are 3 Ways to Get There.
Failure over the long term does not lead to success as an entrepreneur. Don't lose. Follow this advice.
Billionaire Investor Says Follow Your Obsession, Not Your Passion
'What people are really talking about is being completely captivated by an obsession that they simply cannot imagine conducting their life without," says Michael Moritz.
Ask the Money Guy
The Reality of Royalties
An expert explains why investors ask for them and what that means for you and your company.
The Top 4 Wrong Reasons to Seek Investors
There is plenty of evidence that too much money can undermine a startup more quickly than squeezing pennies.
8 Reasons Young Entrepreneurs, or the Young at Heart, Lead the Way
Young people are more accustomed to facing a new world each day, so they don't worry about it, and usually actually relish the new adventure.
Make More Happen
Ready to Go Full Time With Your Side Gig? Consider These 8 Factors First.
Being careful with the leap of faith can create a stable foundation for a successful startup.
Yum Brands, Parent Company of Taco Bell and KFC, Is Spinning Off Its China Business
The company's China unit has been beset by food scandals and marketing missteps.
5 Keys to Rebounding From a Failed Business Strong
The willingness and determination to overcome the risks of a new venture is one of the first criteria that defines an entrepreneur.
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