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Many of America's most successful food truck owners are now building restaurant empires. How did they do it?
Fever, an event-finding mobile application that bills itself as an encyclopedia for nightlife, and has drawn $20 million in capital.
Women are finding paths to launching more businesses in industrialized and developing nations, according to a new report.
One burger joint was losing $5,000 a month until the owners reinvented the restaurant with a more gourmet concept.
The tradition of restaurant tipping may be changing. One restaurant owner tells CNBC why his servers aren't giving him much grief.
To combat hacking, more IT professionals are turning to a surprising place, the cloud, as an effective and affordable way to fight cyberterrorism.
Gov. Cuomo said he would set the minimum wage for all New York state workers at $15 an hour, reinforcing how governors and wage boards can influence wages.
Steps to assist former military in finding jobs seems to be working. The unemployment rate for veterans recently dropped to a 7-year low.
Irma's: A pioneer in the Warehouse District and a local favorite
Acoustic sensor technology allows DroneShield to detect drones and let its users know that their privacy is being threatened.
Here are the top 20 countries in the world in which to form a business if you want it to have the best chance of success.
Job creation among smaller employers is flat, according to a new survey, despite the government's report that found an overall surge in new jobs.
One couple has high hopes that their cannabis start-up has what it takes to be the next big thing.
The start-up Babyscripts is helping moms have healthier pregnancies by monitoring their vitals via an app.
Former LivingSocial execs have jumped into the meal-delivery game, and their start-up, Galley, is gaining a following in Washington, D.C.
Seeking a more "tangible" music experience, more millennials are buying vinyl records and driving U.S. production and sales not seen in decades.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on how Microsoft is boosting the Seattle entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Uber's new plan would allow drivers to register for a bank account or prepaid card at the start of their employment, Quartz reports.
Macro trends such as China, interest rates and the U.S. presidential race are creating an overhang among small-business owners.
A new proposal in San Francisco would cut the supply of short-term home rentals if passed, the NYT reports.