Elon Musk responds to discourse around him and Rupert Murdoch at Super Bowl
The billionaire moguls were seen sitting together in Arizona on football's biggest night—sparking a wave of speculation on Twitter.
Are Entrepreneurs the Real Race Revolutionaries?
There are 10 million minority-owned small businesses in America, generating $2 trillion of annual wealth.
Twitter nixes key feature after Elon Musk caught slamming Apple via iPhone
Twitter CEO Musk was last month relentlessly mocked when it was pointed out that he had criticized Apple while using an iPhone.
Financial Education Is the Backbone of Entrepreneurship
Startups often fail within the first five years for a variety of reasons, including finances.
Community Broadband Charts a Course for the Future
This broadband buildout can skyrocket communities into the next technological revolution or leave some too far behind to catch up.
Blakk Tatted Discusses $1M Overnight Success With Blakk Smoke Hookah Brand
Musician-turned-entrepreneur Black Tatted talks about how he made it big with his fruit-based hookah brand, Blakk Smoke.
Kentucky City's Incubator Seeks to Produce More Black-Owned Businesses
The Russell Technology Business Incubator offers a curriculum focused on the three essential elements needed for a successful business, its founder says.
Ashley Mudge Celebrates Juneteenth, Women of Color Expo
Ashley Mudge is powered by art.
Queenie Donaldson Steps From Behind the Scenes to Receive Her Crown
Queenie Donaldson is taking her decorated Rolodex and advice from mentors and stepping forward to help others accomplish their dreams.
Elon Musk Trolled by Satire Site During Spat Over Zodiac Killer Meme
The Tesla and SpaceX CEO was bombarded with insults after getting into a back-and-forth with Hard Drive maagzine.
Three Steps to Finding the Perfect Business Partner
Remember, a partnership is not a means for unloading work — they should add to your business, not become part of it.
Genius IQs, Entrepreneurs and Chess Masters: 6 Kids Who Inspired in 2021
Whether achieving an IQ of 162 at 13, graduating university at 11 or becoming a chess master at 10, these are the kids who won 2021.
How Women Are Leading in the Everywhere Workplace
This new Everywhere Workplace may enable some women to do more with the less time they have.
The Unlikely Story of the Father of the Modern Hotel Business
A family's miserable road trip while on summer vacation in 1951 generated an unheard-of idea: a chain of nationwide hotels run as franchises.
How To Pivot As An Entrepreneur
Countless lessons were learned in the last year of economic challenge, but one rings the loudest: If you're an entrepreneur, you have to know how to pivot.
'I Used My Stimulus Check To Start a $3Million Business'
By the end of 2020, I had crossed $100,000 in total sales revenue. January was the first month I made $100,000 in one month. I cried.
'I'm 77, I Started a Sneaker Company With My Grandson'
Bernardo first talked to me about starting a sneaker business in 2018 when I was 74. He came to me with the idea to make sneakers from cannabis or hemp, I told him, "Not a chance! That's drugs, you're crazy!"
How to Choose the Right Business Entity
Calculating which entity will be more advantageous under different hypothetical circumstances can be difficult.
This Is the Key Trait All Successful Entrepreneurs Share, Says Hint CEO
Hint CEO Kara Goldin offers budding business owners advice on how to figure out if you have the right stuff to succeed.
This Black Entrepreneur Escaped a Civil War and Now Owns Seven Restaurants
Adenah Bayoh's extensive portfolio of real estate and restaurants began at 21, with her first purchase.
These Are the 50 Richest Women in America
From self-made entrepreneurs to those who have inherited their families' wealth, find out how the wealthiest women in America made their money.
'I'm 9 and I Run a Bow Tie Business With My 5-year-old Brother'
I actually started a food and toy drive before I started my bow tie business. I was four, and I saw a commercial on TV where children were crying. My mom explained they didn't have enough food, so I started a food and toy drive.
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10 Really Important Things You Should Know Before Starting Your Own Busines
Instead of trying to figure these out on your own, we've created a basic guide of essential things to keep in mind when you jump start your business.
How to Apply for a $100 'Littlest Bailout' From Country Time Lemonade
The company will send some little entrepreneurs $100 checks to offset losses caused by COVID-19 that put lemonade stands on hold.
Mark Cuban talks race and robotics
An interview with entrepreneur Mark Cuban.
Childhood Bullying Sparked My Entrepreneurial Success | Opinion
I was bullied. It took me years before I could admit that, let alone write about it in an article or book. It was one of the darkest stretches of my life, but also served as one of my largest catalysts for growth.
'Entrepreneur' is a Limiting Word. Don't Let it Be
There are all sorts of entrepreneurs. There are people seeking out investors for grandiose ideas meant to change the world. There are entrepreneurs that quit their jobs and struggle to get by for months, maybe years. Then there are entrepreneurs like me, who work a day job, and our entrepreneurial efforts become our night job.
Three Female Entrepreneurs Built North Carolina's First Seaweed Farm
As 21-year old students with our whole careers in front of us, we could fail more often and more spectacularly — and learn more in the process — than anyone else in the market. How's that for a competitive advantage?
The Key To Success as a Young Entrepreneur | Opinion
Prior to college, my only exposure to entrepreneurship was hearing mythical stories of students coding an app in their dorm and then, in a matter of weeks, raking in millions of dollars, rubbing shoulders with celebrities, and lounging in a sports car parked outside of their mansion in Silicon Valley.
One Undergrad Is Working to Give Voice to the Voiceless
A year in Ecuador changed the course of one undergrad's path.