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The Former Apple Employee Preaching Tech in Harlem
Social Entrepreneurs

The Former Apple Employee Preaching Tech in Harlem

By launching a technology store for minorities in Harlem, Hans Marshalleck seeks to provide opportunities and experiences for all. Watch his pitch here.
Entrepreneur Staff
9 Answers You Need About Yourself Before Starting Your Own Business
Make More Happen

9 Answers You Need About Yourself Before Starting Your Own Business

If you think starting a business is only about financing a good idea, you have a lot to learn the hard way.
Ryan McMunn
Jennifer Gilbert Bounced Back From a Near-Fatal Attack to Find Massive Business Success
Entrepreneur Network

Jennifer Gilbert Bounced Back From a Near-Fatal Attack to Find Massive Business Success

On this episode of 'Spartan UP!,' the founder of New York City's Save the Date event planning company talks about how a horrific experience in her 20s turned her into the entrepreneur she is today.
Erin Schultz
New York Drivers Group Sues Uber, Claims Labor Laws Violations
Uber

New York Drivers Group Sues Uber, Claims Labor Laws Violations

A group representing 5,000 Uber Technologies Inc. drivers in New York City filed a lawsuit on Thursday accusing the ride-share company of depriving drivers of various employment protections by misclassifying them as independent contractors.
New Tech Festival Will Feature Drone Competitions and Human Digital Orchestra
Events

New Tech Festival Will Feature Drone Competitions and Human Digital Orchestra

The Propeller Festival will be a full-day event with keynotes, exhibits, interactive activities and – of course – networking and pitch sessions.
Andrea Huspeni
New York and California Governors Sign $15 Minimum Wage Laws
Minimum Wage

New York and California Governors Sign $15 Minimum Wage Laws

'This new economy is not a fair economy for the middle class and the working families of this country,' Andrew Cuomo said.
Check Out the 'Macaronut,' the Macaron-Doughnut Mashup
Food

Check Out the 'Macaronut,' the Macaron-Doughnut Mashup

French pastry chef Francois Payard created the dessert hybrid.
Former New York Times Pressman Worked Out a Strong Career Change in Mid-Life With Retro Fitness
Franchise Players

Former New York Times Pressman Worked Out a Strong Career Change in Mid-Life With Retro Fitness

At 38, Warren De Stefano said goodbye to newspapers and hello to a unique gym franchise, helping disabled military veterans along the way.
Erin Schultz
Shops Are Opening Across the U.S. to Help You Get a Drone of Your Own
Technology

Shops Are Opening Across the U.S. to Help You Get a Drone of Your Own

The latest store, Brooklyn Drones NYC, opened Saturday.
Lindsay Friedman
The Different Ways Tech Startups in San Francisco and New York Spend Money (Infographic)
Infographics

The Different Ways Tech Startups in San Francisco and New York Spend Money (Infographic)

Expense management startup Abacus broke down where companies' dollars are going.
Catherine Clifford
Researchers Say Airbnb Fudged New York City Listing Data
Airbnb

Researchers Say Airbnb Fudged New York City Listing Data

The company argues that most of its hosts are merely renting out extra space in their homes for some extra cash.
Kia Kokalitcheva
Airbnb Deletes Listing for $200 Igloo Constructed During Winter Storm Jonas
Airbnb

Airbnb Deletes Listing for $200 Igloo Constructed During Winter Storm Jonas

'Unfortunately, your igloo, while very well constructed, has failed to meet our occupancy standards,' the company told the structure's creator.
Geoff Weiss
New York City Dermatologist Who Pioneered Subway Advertising Has Shuttered His Practice
Marketing Bootcamp

New York City Dermatologist Who Pioneered Subway Advertising Has Shuttered His Practice

Garish ads starring Dr. Jonathan Zizmor offering acne anecdotes, laser peels and tattoo removal procedures will be no more.
Geoff Weiss

New York City is a highly populated and diverse urban epicenter in the state of New York, which consists of five boroughs. The city is widely regarded as a hub for startups in the United States, as well as a place where multiple industries -- including media, publishing, finance, entertaiment, fashion and food -- intersect and flourish.