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About 61 percent of small employers don't see any return on investment on their social-media activities, according to a survey from Manta, a social network for small businesses.
Would you invest in this company that provides clients with information about what personal information about them is on the Internet?
Boston is feeding and sheltering those affected by Monday's terror. Plus, the Google document that's circulating, which offers stranded travelers free lodging and rides.
Amid new laws that permit adult pot use, entrepreneurs are offering packaged tours for the 4/20 weekend, an annual event for marijuana activists. Cannabis cooking class, anyone?
Hip start-up Warby Parker debuted its flagship, eyeglass store in New York City's SoHo neighborhood. Do online retailers need brick-and-mortar stores?
President Obama's budget plan includes a proposed tax credit if you've hired or given a raise to workers. What small businesses would pocket from the president's proposal.
With many big companies spending less, the time couldn't be better to launch a start-up, Ted Leonsis, a longtime tech executive, told CNBC.
Ted Leonsis, Revolution Growth Fund partner, explains why there's never "been a better time to be an entrepreneur."
"Globalization offers a ton of promise to companies that can explore it because of the Internet," said Ted Leonsis, Revolution Growth Fund partner, discussing the outlook on Groupon and e-commerce growth.
Ted Leonsis, Revolution Growth Fund partner, explains how the business world could benefit from revolutionizing its ideas and practices.
After developing a strong online following, hip eyeglass maker Warby Parker opens its first brick-and-mortar store Saturday in Soho.
Warby Parker continues its quest to transform the $22 billion U.S. optical industry, reports CNBC's Carl Quintanilla.
Raul Moreno, IBillionaire co-founder, explains how his app can help people invest like Warren Buffett or Carl Icahn.
Jeremy Levine, Bessemer Venture Partners, discusses how to spot the next smart e-commerce investment, and provides tips for playing the start-up field.
A former Hooters waitress contends in a lawsuit that the restaurant discriminated against her, when she didn't wear a wig after brain surgery.
Think of it as Facebook for the office—social networks that connect co-workers and increase productivity. It's an already-crowded space, but relative newcomer Unison Technologies is hoping to stand out.
Kevin Landis, FirstHand Funds, discusses the opportunities available in tapping into public and private mobility companies, and investing in smart phone blue chips.
See how a former robotics engineer created a San Francisco start-up, Globein.com, that uses technology to connect global artisans with the online marketplace. Business-card holder from Uzbekistan?
Some family businesses are more resilient because of a long-term focus and a commitment to customers. Careful spending like a 'frugal Yankee' helps too.
Inventors are hoping their products will hit the infomercial goldmine and become the next OxyClean or Pocket Fisherman.