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Entrepreneurship is on the rise—even in countries with floundering economies. Here are leading innovators competing at Startup Open.
The manufacturing start-up Quirky offers a unique way for entrepreneurs to make money: just pitch them your idea.
Some American technology entrepreneurs are seeking to pursue India's untapped opportunities, even without the clout of a multinational corporation backing them.
Venture capitalists are always looking for the next big thing. And the competition is intense to get a piece of the hottest start-ups in Silicon Valley.
Aid can only go so far in solving the problems of developing nations like South Africa. And that’s according to rock star and African aid expert Bono.
Former Atlanta Hawks star Obinna Ekezie has leveraged social media to build Wakanow.com, Africa's largest online travel company.
You can tap these free business tools, embraced by the young and tech savvy, to help build and manage a global business.
I never imagined that writing about my personal life would turn me into a globe-trotting, royalty-meeting public speaker.
Today's technology lets entrepreneurs innovate at a frenetic pace, and get real-time feedback to fast-track product development.
The opportunity to expand a business globally is a sign of success, but it can also lead to some pretty quick failures. Here's how to avoid that.
Mirroring Cleveland, not Mountain View, Calif., may be a more realistic way for developing economies to encourage entrepreneurship.
As demand for start-up capital surges, entrepreneurs need to try to self-fund ventures before tapping outside funding options.
Incubating success is the mantra of accelerators that are popping up around the world. Their goal: to help startups woo angel and venture capital investors.
An expert on high-impact entrepreneurship, Endeavor's Linda Rottenberg, explains why economic adversity sparks innovation and small business creation.
Poets and Quants is out with its first-ever top MBA start-ups list. John Byrne, PoetsandQuants.com editor in chief, discusses where entrepreneurs with start-up companies are graduating from. He says there is "no question" an MBA is worth it.
The website Poets & Quants has compiled its first list of the leading 100 companies started by MBAs in the last five years.
There's now no doubt that the entrepreneurship bug is a behavior learned in part through imitation.
Thanks to social media women all over the Middle East are finding ways to help one another start businesses. It's a movement that is about more than economics.
Indiegogo's co-founder speaks out about the SEC's new preliminary rules for crowdfunding, noting how they will democratize startup finance.
SoFi co-founders and VPs James Finnigan and Dan Macklin, discuss how they're shaking up the student loan market.