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You would have to do your best Rip Van Winkle imitation to not realize volatile economic times from an economic, political and technological perspective over the last few years, according to the author, who offers some observations and predictions on the U.S. economy.
A venture capital fund that has helped Ohio companies and created jobs has an unclear future. The Ohio Capital Fund is waiting on new legislation to help it continue. Read more to find out how this state-backed venture program works.
Should you use a business incubator to launch your startup? Read more about the benefits and drawbacks of using a startup incubator and decide if it's right for you.
The stalled economy isn’t just hurting the stock market and consumers; it’s hurting entrepreneurs, too.
Investing in seed and startup companies is extremely risky: Angel investors typically realize about 85 percent of their total portfolio returns from 15 percent of their portfolio companies. Consequently, angels look only for companies that can grow rapidly. Entrepreneurs who pursue less aggressive growth are unlikely to attract angel investors.
Medical device startups and other new healthcare businesses can benefit from StartUp Health, a strategic initiative to connect entrepreneurs with resources.
This document provides a set of questions that will help you further define start-up costs for your business concept.
There’s no time like the present when it comes to small business loans. Thanks to more financially stable small businesses, healthcare entrepreneurs may have a clearer path to capital.
Small biotech companies may have the feeling that venture capital firms are avoiding small life sciences firms like the plague. But maybe not for long -- if Washington has anything to say about it.
The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program is a set-aside program (2.5% of an agency's extramural budget) for domestic small business concerns to engage in Research/Research and Development (R/R&D) that has the potential for Commercialization.
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