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The unicorn club has expanded at an unprecedented rate. How do entrepreneurs get their hands on such large sums of cash?
With the cost of an MBA $200,000 or more, tech geeks are turning to accelerators to fast-track business success. The lure: mentors and funding.
As the start-up boom intensifies, entrepreneurs are looking increasingly at the best-performing accelerators for mentorship and support.
These start-ups are on the cutting edge of big consumer and business shifts — and already worth billions.
Kara Goldin was inspired to create Hint, fruit-infused drinking water, after vowing to kick her Diet Coke habit.
Meal delivery service Blue Apron expects its initial public offering price to be between $15 and $17 a share.