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The Resource Center has all the info you'll need From content to user feedback, the resource center has the information you need for every level of the entrepreneurial process.
No merger is truly a marriage of equals, according to an online-entertainment entrepreneur who has been a party to both sides of the acquisition contract. Thorough research, accurate information and honesty can prevent conflict and help everyone to adjust. Having an integration plan and executing it responsibly make a significant difference in the results.
One of the genuinely rewarding parts of my job is working with entrepreneurs in a variety of industries. Meet Andrew Sell, the founder of a startup that can make an environmental difference while earning a profit.
Kay Koplovitz saw few peers in broadcasting when she negotiated national cable rights to major-league sports as the founder of USA Networks. Today, as chair of the National Women's Business Council, she's working to help other entrepreneurial women form the networks they need to gain access to financing. To make sure more doors open wider, women's venture-capital forums and investment clubs are building strategic connections, providing money and changing the way lenders keep score. Still, says Koplovitz, there's more to accomplish in the coming years.
Through university lectures and financial support, Maxine Clark is giving the next generation of entrepreneurs a leg up.
Most entrepreneurs eventually face the question: is it time to sell my company? The issue often arrives with inadequate time to consider all of the issues. Assume the question will arise and game out possible scenarios.
Even if you never intend to look beyond your own business backyard, read this brief, helpful article. Entrepreneurs do find unexpected opportunities beyond the horizon, but few know how to effectively expand geographically.
JLabs LLC CEO and author Judy Estrin puts the processes and philosophies of innovation under the microscope. Her current analysis indicates that we're short-changing the business arena and culture at large, as we've stopped planting the seeds for true, monumental invention and problem-solving.
Last week at TechCrunch Disrupt, some of the New York City's most notable investors and entrepreneurs took the stage to talk about New York City's seed funding situation. The title of Startup Mecca still clearly belongs to Silicon Valley, but as panel moderator Erick Schonfeld notes, the number of startups making their way to the Big Apple is on the rise and dealflow in New York is quickly heating up.
Second-quarter earnings -- which will be launched by Alcoa's (NYSE AA) profit report next week -- are expected to beat analysts' estimates across the board, but they are unlikely to match the huge year-over-year gains witnessed in the first quarter.
What a difference a month makes. Roughly four weeks ago, the Dow was at an 18-month high, Wall Street's fear gauge, the VIX , was at a three-year low
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