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First calling entrepreneurs lazy, and now saying they’re failures, too? We seem to be going down a dangerous path of late on this blog. But the notion of “The Acceptance of Failure as a Spur to Innovation,” isn’t something of my creation – it’s...
Judicial activism, Roe Vs. Wade, civil rights, constitutional interpretation – these are all topics that Judge Sonia Sotomayor has been grilled on in determining her fitness to sit on our nation’s highest court. Pretty much since the nomination of Judge Robert Bork, the confirmation...
Entrepreneurs are defying the recession in New Orleans, LA. "Even beyond the employment opportunities created by ongoing reconstruction projects, an explosion of entrepreneurialism... is incubating a re-birth of this historic city." From The Atlantic magazine.
What does Barry Ritholtz think has the potential to be...
In a report this month from the Kauffman Foundation, entitled "The Anatomy of an Entrepreneur," 66.2 percent of respondents viewed “the appeal of a startup culture” as an important, very important, or extremely important motivation in becoming an entrepreneur.
But what exactly is “startup...
BusinessWeek shares the results of a new study on what makes entrepreneurs tick - and the answer may surprise you.
American Public Media research says the average tech-company founder is 39 and entrepreneurs over 50 outnumber those under 25 by a two-to-one margin.
Marketplaces' Jeff Tyler...
The roads that lead people to entrepreneurship are often as varied as the college campuses, Wall Street, Hollywood, basements and garages through which they wind – and sometimes even lead through Major League Baseball.
Such has been the unlikely path of former MVP and All-Star pitcher, Curt...
We are currently narrowing a field of 30 applicants for 12 available Postdoctoral Researcher/Entrepreneurship Fellowships. The basic premise is that we are selecting a dozen incredibly bright folks from science, technology, engineering and medical fields, and we are going to help them accelerate their...
The Springfield Business Journal Online adds their observations on why our nation's recent economic woes have led to a rise in entrepreneurship, especially among first-time entrepreneurs.
The Miami Herald details plans at two area colleges offering Certificate of Entrepreneurship programs for those looking to graduate with...
As we move into August, and inch ever-closer to Labor Day – the unofficial end of summer – I’ve been thinking a lot about squeezing the most out of the last few weeks of the beautiful summertime weather. July 4th is a fading memory,...
Alibaba.com has kicked-off a new marketing campaign that includes TV, print and online media and targets entrepreneurs. There’s a new version of its U.S. microsite and three video "mock-umentaries" to greet visitors to the site with entertaining stories of how entrepreneurs used Alibaba.com to find...
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