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8 things you should know before starting a small business


A small business trying to get on 'Shark Tank' took a man dressed as a banana to an NYC open casting call. Here's how it went.


8 startups helping mums get back to work after having kids



I'm a 'Shark Tank' superfan who's always dreamed of being on the show. Here's what it's like to join 600 hopefuls in an open casting call for the hit series.


I spent hours in line with 400 people auditioning for 'Shark Tank,' and now I know exactly what it takes to make it on the hit show


This map showing the fastest and slowest internet speeds in the US could predict the path of a Silicon Valley startup exodus



Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and Jeff Bezos: Here's how old the founders of 23 tech giants were when they started their first companies


3 reasons you should never put personal purchases on a business credit card


PITCH DECK LIBRARY: Here are the pitch decks that helped hot startups raise millions


Real women share their best advice on life and work, including how to choose a job, waste less time, and get clear on what really matters


This San Francisco startup gives employees five 'inner work days' a year to stay home and self-reflect


Facebook cofounder Dustin Moskovitz explains how his $1.5 billion startup Asana hit a $100 million milestone



The same thing I was bullied for in middle school became the foundation of my successful business


The CEO of the 'Costco for millennials' asks every potential hire 3 questions to weed out the jerks


5 tax breaks you can't get anywhere but the US


A former Google exec has used a simple framework every time she's decided to switch jobs for the last 20 years



I've helped thousands of people start their own businesses, and I have an uncomfortable truth for entrepreneurs looking to raise money


Startup founder Melissa Hanna says more Silicon Valley investors need to be courageous and invest in people 'who are not like them'


The AOL founder betting $150 million that the future of startups isn't in New York or Silicon Valley has decided on the next leg of his talent search


Successful people credit Cutco, the company that recruits college kids to sell knives, with teaching them business lessons that last for life