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New online funding platforms are connecting entrepreneurs with potential financial backers. But for most upstarts that use crowdfunding websites to raise capital, the results can be more mixed.
Though no zombies have attacked, many zombie-themed products are on the market.
Romney has said his focus on small business is what distinguishes himself from the last Republican president, George W. Bush. But their approaches to entrepreneurs seem pretty similar, according to the New York Times.
DailyCandy’s third annual “Start Small, Go Big” Academy led a crash course for startups. Here's what you can learn as a budding entrepreneur.
Deciding to sell can be tough. The New York Times reports on how to navigate the big decision. Will your generation be the one that sells the family business?
The ratio of female board members has lagged, with less than 14 percent of these positions at the largest companies filled by women. We need government involvement, Richard Branson writes for Entrepreneur.
From slower sales growth to regulatory burdens, many entrepreneurs continue to face challenging headwinds.
Many entrepreneurs are not adding jobs. And much of this malaise may be directly attributed to Obama's policies, writes our guest blogger Congressman Sam Graves (R-Mo.) We need to stop creating an uncertain environment for job creators, he writes.
Both candidates last night talked about cutting taxes for small businesses in some way, but they sparred over what is actually considered a small business. What did you think of the debate?
What's so problematic about funding a start-up with a credit card?
For the second year in a row, the Bay State topped an annual state index, which offers a comprehensive look at entrepreneurship. Did you say Minnesota?
Your company is only as strong as its weakest employee. Here are the kinds of employees, who are preventing your start-up from growing. Do you have one on your payroll?
For an entrepreneur launching a start-up, it's easy to neglect your health and family. Writing for Entrepreneur, Sir Richard Branson shares his tested strategies for staying successful and sane.
LinkedIn is a popular tool to help land a new job. Here's how to you use the site without alerting your boss that you've got one foot out the door.
Younger professionals are turning to freelance jobs more aggressively than older peers. Is this a boom or crisis for younger workers?
The JOBS Act, signed by President Obama earlier this year, will dramatically change the nature of early-stage funding.
Brilliant Jerks are defined as specialized, high-producing performers. But they're not brilliant business people, The New York Times reports. How do you manage such talent?
The tax credit is one element of the controversial health law that has already fallen short of expectations.
Lean manufacturing, which promote slimming down and retooling sloppy business practices, can help both large and small companies, the New York Times reports. Are you lean enough?
One struggling small-business owner says he's confounded by rich people, who complain about paying taxes. "Oh, please, let me have that problem," he told the Huffington Post.