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Women Entrepreneurs

New York City Offers Funding, Credit and Free Programs for Women Entrepreneurs. Here's a Rundown.

It's Women's History Month, but we can celebrate women all year long by making a point to support women-owned businesses each and every day.

I Went to Heidi Klum's 20th Annual Halloween Party. Here's What It's Like Inside.

The supermodel's 20th annual invite-only Halloween party took place in New York on Thursday night, and Entrepreneur has the inside scoop.

5 Most Common Red Flags Entrepreneurs Should Know Before Signing a Commercial Real Estate Lease in New York

It's exciting to find a home for your business, but here's what experts say you should know before you sign that commercial real estate lease.

Ship Built With World Trade Center Steel Docks in Manhattan for 31st Annual Fleet Week

Starting Thursday, ship tours of the USS New York will be offered from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Pier 88.

Airbnb Sues New York Over Restrictive New Law

The bill bans New York homeowners from advertising rentals of 30 days or less on Airbnb's website.

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New York is not only the name of a state on the eastern seaboard, but it is also the name of a highly populated and diverse urban city commonly regarded as a hub for startups -- along with San Francisco. New York is also known for as the epicenter for industries in media, finance, fashion and food.