Profiles: Page 10
When the invitation maker first started up, the focus was on creating perfection. Co-founder Alexa Hirschfeld now says she would have done things differently.
Fandeavor.com puts sports junkies in the middle of the action.
Dave's Killer Bread, a Milwaukie, Ore.-based family business, gives ex-cons a second chance.
How a couple turned a love of arcade games into a thriving business.
A flexible response to a customer's needs plants a vineyard's new direction.
A timeline of the life of Edward Koch, former mayor of New York, who passed away today in New York.
He has one of the most-loved marketing blogs, has penned more than a dozen bestselling books and launched a social site that attracts more than 50 million viewers per month. Yet he makes little effort to cultivate a following. Here, in his first-ever major profile, Seth Godin shares how he does it.
Having a famous fashion designer as a father obviously helped fuel Dylan Lauren's entrepreneurial ambitions, but a passion for gummy bears and Belgian chocolate has helped her thrive.
A young DJ mixes up a wireless sound solution with his startup EarTop.
Virgin's visionary founder opens up about taking chances, making mistakes and why stumbling is an essential part of entrepreneurship.
John Parker recalls how his dad's BBQ joint, open in 1962, served black and white patrons alike. Today, he's keeping the legacy alive.
Who says tech startups can't succeed outside Silicon Valley? Check out these new companies that are on the rise in Middle America.
4moms, an inventive child-care products business plans to build tech into strollers and infant seats.