It happens: you end up in the same new restaurant twice in two days. But what happens after, that’s what’s interesting. The first time, you land a great table with an awesome view of the shining city night.
If you’re an investor, the ideal opportunity would be one that promised you great return for little risk. But, in reality, hitting that one perfect bet is tough, if not impossible: a company’s revenues
Your definition of windfall may vary, but there’s little argument that $10,000 is a healthy chunk of cash — certainly enough to give you cold feet when deciding how to invest it. The good news is there
It's 2015, and it’s no secret that millions of Americans are excited about startup culture in the country and around the world. It’s hard not to be fascinated by the growing landscape of thousands of lean
Want to become a better entrepreneur? Start listening to one or all of these 10 podcasts. The rumor mill says Apple and major car manufacturers are in talks to have podcasting be the new "car radio." I
"It's not about how much money you make," Robert Kiyosaki writes in personal finance classic "Rich Dad Poor Dad." "It's about how much money you keep." Most of us learn how to make money — how to get job
First impressions are formed in an instant and appearance can heavily influence someone's initial opinion of a business leader's personality, competence and capability. Like it or not, appearance does
On December 9th, 1968, a research project funded by the US Department of Defense launched a revolution. The focus was not a Cold War adversary or even a resource rich banana republic, but rather to “augment
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. It’s been said that your most valuable form of capital is your mind. Entrepreneurial Personality Types (or EPTs), discovered by Alex Charfen,
These days, it’s hardly surprising to hear that a hot new startup has received gobs of money from eager investors. But a new company called the DAO (short for “decentralized autonomous organization”) not
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There Are New 'Pools of Money' Available for Entrepreneurs. Listen in as This Startup Finance Braintrust Talks What, Why
The rules for equity crowdfunding, whereby an entrepreneur can raise money by selling a piece of his or her company for cash, changed in May. It’s been a hot topic since then. And to address this nascent
In short, the IoT is a network of objects connected to the Internet that can collect and exchange data. That brand new car loaded with apps? Internet of Things. The smart home devices that let you control
$15,000/mo in 100 days. Here’s how we got here… I’m about to hit “publish.” Here be gadgetsNot here exactly, but on our new hardware site Plugged. Here What’s the worst that could happen, right? Mm… maybe
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. I like to think of myself as a young man, but I guess I have a full head of grey hair now. I’ve run three different tech startups, a public
Summer vacation. For most founders of early-stage and fast-growth companies those two words together are about as foreign as snow in August. Still, summer does tend to slow down the pace somewhat. So you
The aha! moment to start your own venture can result from a moment of generosity as much as a negative experience. The need to help a colleague, to create a safer product choices and to eliminate bias
By Tom Chalmers An idea without a strong business plan has little chance of getting an investment. As a result, getting the business plan right is an essential task for any entrepreneur looking for funding.
Everyone who has a naturally creative spark knows the dreaded feeling. The moment you realise that you're actually being discouraged from having ideas because other people think they're a waste of time.
"In a free-market economy, anyone can make as much money as they want," emphasizes self-made millionaire Steve Siebold, who has also studied over 1,200 of the world's wealthiest people. That applies to
You have questions about investing, and the Internet has answers. Finding them is the challenge. So much of what you find through online searches is dated, uninformed or presented by banks and investment