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Academy Award-Winning Documentary Examines a Chinese Factory in the Heart of America

'American Factory' shows three years in the life of a Chinese factory erected on the site of a shuttered GM auto plant.

Joan Oleck

· 8 min read

A Race Car Driver, a Finance Wiz and Some Rocket Scientists Joined Forces to Build the Ultimate Phone Protector

The founders of PHOOZY discuss their invention that aims to keep your phone safe and sound.

Entrepreneur Staff

· 6 min read

Don't be the Next Lordstown: How Cities Can Insulate Against Crushing Layoffs

A handful of US cities are developing programs to attract skilled remote workers to diversify their economies. Many more should.

Brent Messenger

· 4 min read

How These Sisters (and Doctors) Launched a Natural Toothpaste Brand With No Funding and a KitchenAid Mixer

The founders of Dr. Brite had successful careers as a dentist and a surgeon. But they walked away from what they knew to build a natural mouth care brand.

Stephanie Schomer

· 6 min read

Medical Manufacturer Danaher Stock Falls Despite Impressive Financial Earnings

The D.C.-based business rose in pre-market trading, but fell over the course of the day.

Andrew Osterland

· 4 min read

How Sheryl Sandberg Inspired These Fashion Founders to Ditch Their Corporate Jobs and Launch a Startup

Alexa Buckley and Sarah Pierson had a plan in place -- it just didn't involve launching a startup. Here's how they found the guts to follow their passion and launch custom-fit shoe company Margaux.

Stephanie Schomer

· 5 min read

Tesla Made 5,031 Model 3s in a Week

Elon Musk's ambitious targets have been met, half a year after he said they would.

Daniel Cooper

· 3 min read

How the Founders of LOLA Learned to Talk up the Feminine Hygiene Market

Alex Friedman and Jordana Kier learned on the fly to turn their organic tampon company into a VC-funded reality.

Stephanie Schomer

· 6 min read

Tesla Model 3 Moves to 24/7 Production

Elon Musk is serious about reaching 6,000 cars per week by June.

Matthew Humphries

· 2 min read

5 Ways Startups Can Help Time-Tested, Traditional Industries Evolve

Disrupting a deep-rooted industry like mining requires adjusting your sales tactics and listening really, really well.

Ravi Sahu

· 7 min read

Apple Is Reportedly Trying to Make its Own Displays

If successful, Apple will no longer have to rely on another company for its screens.

Matthew Humphries

· 2 min read

Why This Entrepreneur Ditched Helping Companies and Decided to Compete With Them Instead

This CEO explains why she pivoted her company from a consulting studio to supplying the products.

Andrea Huspeni

· 1 min read