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How Lee Rhodes went from battling illness to creating a votive and candleholder company that offers comfort to consumers and financial support to cancer patients.
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Eric Ries talks about the ideas behind his new book 'The Lean Startup.'
When the time comes to deal with personal loss, it pays to be ready. Here's how to prepare yourself and your family.
Need a nudge to hire a new employee? The financial software company is offering funding to small businesses that create jobs.
A new online marketplace can help companies sitting out the discount game pull in new customers through unused deals from other businesses.
A stationery boutique owner had to do some serious bargain-hunting when she needed a web designer to add a 'shop online' element to her company's website.
With the success of one startup, Kiha Lee financed another.
Going to business school is a job in itself. Trying to start a company at the same time can be even more daunting. Daniel Gulati of FashionStake did both.
MindShift brings the cloud-computing concept down to earth, so that small firms like Salo can see big IT improvements.
The founder of 2-year-old digital card startup GiftZip.com decided to sell to gift-card behemoth SVM. He shares his views on the dangers of not doing the math.
GPS is innovative and useful for showing you the way. Until it steers you wrong.
He was definitely cut out for this business: Quintin Middleton shows off his chops with high-quality culinary cutware.
Employers can save money by creating 'working-spouse carve-outs' encouraging employees to use their spouse's health-insurance plans.
The money is coming back in business borrowing-- so why don't businesses want it? Here's a look at what some innovative community banks are doing to try to be your lender.
Interested in working with a community bank? Here are a few tips for finding the right one.
Economic cycles come and go, but businesses must thrive in good times and bad. Fat Straws Bubble Tea's Terry Pham launched during a recession and survived two downturns. Learn how Pham and other entrepreneurs made a go of it in tough times.
A look at how a food truck and a veterinary practice are making virtual relationships online that translate into real-life dollars.
Pageonce lands a new cash infusion to mobilize the 'wallet of the future.'
Sir Richard's delivers free condoms to developing nations, trading on the buy one, give one away model made famous by TOMS shoes.
An expanding network of cybercriminals is taking aim at the hidden flaws lurking inside the custom-created apps on your company's website. Here's how to safeguard application security for your customers -- and your business.
Google+ has quickly become the place to be in social media. Here's why--and what your business should do about it.
This business analyst is an unlikely leader in the economics of food localization.
Producing and using locally sourced food is becoming a sustainable business. Call it Foodie Inc.
Alain Kaloyeros pioneered nanotech research at the University at Albany. Now he oversees a program in which students are trained to be both scientists and entrepreneurs.