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Steven Smith built his career around tea, including selling a company to Starbucks for $9 million. Now this serial entrepreneur is succeeding on his own terms.
Leveraging the benefits of their training and specialized resources, military veterans are increasingly turning to entrepreneurship. Here's a look at their battle plans.
To save the cash she needed to launch her new beauty product, Brandy Jans traded her pricey Manhattan digs for room and board with Mom and Dad.
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From good food to convenient transportation, our expert finds a city that knows how to treat business travelers right.
WhoSay, an insider's social-media management tool, attracts millions in financing, even without a revenue model.
A boudoir photographer focuses on customers' private moments.
A smart rebranding landed this online pawn shop new customers and investors.
We follow up with some of our do-gooders from past columns.
PooPrints uses DNA samples to track down dumping doggies and the scofflaws who don't pick up after them
A total overhaul adds sizzle to an electronics company's web sales.
OwnLocal is helping traditional newspapers rewrite the future.
Hewlett-Packard's scanner aims to showcase the wares of online merchants in their best light.
From the NBA to the NFL and NHL, star athletes are aiming to win big in business as they look to their financial futures following sports.
Put an end to the audio problems that plague your conference calls with these stylish microphones.
New version allows colleagues to share and access information wherever their work takes them.
A free file-sharing site attracts users with its drag-and-drop simplicity and universal platform
How inQuo helps startups and struggling small businesses in need of equipment.
The Esquire guy gives a nod to the power of praise in the workplace -- and makes it clear there are lessons to be learned in both giving and receiving the proverbial pat on the back
Technology companies are pushing innovative new products to market at light speed. Here's a look at how tech is defining the future of small business--today.
If you're thinking of selling your company, before you sign a noncompete agreement, consider the journey of a gelato pioneer.