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  • 5 Ways To Hack A Business Plan

    Whether you're building gadgets, selling software or starting a nonprofit, your starting point is a vision, which gets turned into a plan of action. In business, your plan is the road map that will help you pinpoint the answers to some of the most important... Read More >>

    A Theranos Deal With Safeway Stores May Be Falling Apart

    The bad news for blood-testing startup Theranos continues. Supermarket chain Safeway is negotiating to drop a partnership it had planned with Theranos, the Wall Street Journal reports. According to the Journal story, Safeway SWY 0.00 percent had spent... Read More >>

    Where The Next Ben & Jerry’s Can Find Investors

    While Silicon Valley startups seem to easily raise funding these days, for many businesses, access to capital is difficult. That is especially true for small consumer packaged goods companies that make products like granola, shampoo and moisturizer. For... Read More >>

    Renting Your Home On Airbnb? Be Aware Of The Tax Consequences

    There was a time when owning a rental property was strictly the domain of the well-to-do. But with hotel room rates skyrocketing, many travelers would sooner take their chances crashing on the floor of a meth den than shell out $200 for a night at the La... Read More >>

    This Would-be Craigslist Killer Has Raised $90 Million

    Slow and steady wins the race is infrequent advice in Silicon Valley. But for one startup, the road to millions of users and billions of dollars in transactions has taken four years. OfferUp, a Craigslist-like app that lets you buy used products from... Read More >>

    Skype Co-founders Prep Self-driving Robot Package Delivery

    This fleet of delivery robots takes a more pedestrian approach. As Amazon, Walmart, Google X and others experiment with delivering packages through drones, a new startup called Starship Technologies has its focus firmly on the ground. On Monday the... Read More >>

    A New Wave Of Start-ups Offers Muslim-friendly Food, Fashion And Books For All

    For any woman, finding the right outfit for a special event can be a challenge. But for US national fencing athlete, Ibtihaj Muhammad, it was particularly frustrating. The 29-year-old, who wears a hijab, in accordance with her Islamic faith, always struggled... Read More >>

    The Startup Craze Has Alumni Writing Checks For Entrepreneurs Instead Of Libraries

    In the Age of Innovation, Stanford University seems to be the lucky beneficiary of the startup buzz in Silicon Valley. The school attracts top-notch students and faculty with the promise of proximity to the nation’s highest concentration of venture capital,... Read More >>

    How To Achieve Financial Greatness

    Money is a powerful thing. Its very existence allows us to focus on what we do best while having just about every other need met through the spending of the money. Think about it. Say you’re an excellent plumber. You may not be good at accounting,... Read More >>

    The Entrepreneurial Lessons Of Alexander Hamilton

    Entrepreneurs are a scrappy, misunderstood lot. They’re also nakedly ambitious, as was the nation’s first treasury secretary, Alexander Hamilton. I saw a musical in New York last night about one of America’s greatest entrepreneurs, Alexander... Read More >>

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