A new report from the Kauffman Foundation shows a rebound in entrepreneurship.
Many of the individuals born 1946 to 1964 are gearing up to launch a business of their own.
A look at the factors influencing the generation born between 1981 and 1997.
Despite tech savvy and higher levels of education than prior generations, mounting student debt levels are beginning to drag down younger Americans' entrepreneurial ambitions.
A stable economy means less competition for scoring investment.
U.S. entrepreneurial activity has declined for the last three years, but the percentage of entrepreneurs who are launching businesses out of necessity has also fallen, according to a study.
If a small-business owner is going to hire any employees at all, chances are he or she will do so in the first three years, according to a new study.
A white paper released by the entrepreneurship organization Kauffman Foundation today says it is the presence of existing companies, not a network of local universities generating talent, that most directly spurs startup activity.
These U.S. metro regions have the highest ratio of tech startups compared to the national average.
A new report shows that most new business owners spend months working on their business plan prior to starting up.
Industry watchers are hopeful that entrepreneurship is on the rise.
Find out how your state and county compare to the rest of U.S.
An entrepreneurship organization is running an ad during the Super Bowl. Its goal: To get you to start up.
Here is a look at some of the programs that will keep startups growing in the months to come.
The National Science Foundation wants to help commercialize students' university work so they can launch successful startups.