Soon you will be able to invest in a startup even if you're not rich. On Friday, the SEC finalized rules to give regular people the opportunity to make investments normally limited to big-money types.
Nasdaq is making a bid to get closer to the Ubers of the world. On Thursday, Nasdaq acquired a firm called SecondMarket Solutions, an exchange that enables current and former employees of private companies
[Editor’s note: This story was scheduled for publication before we had news of the bombings in Turkey today. Our condolences go out to those in mourning.] I started working at Aslanoba Capital, Turkey’s
I hurried down the stairs to answer the doorbell, as quickly as I could, given that I was nine months pregnant. As I opened the door, I was met by a man looking sheepishly at my heaving stomach. “I’m bailiff
(By Yuki Sato, The Bridge) – Japanese app developer duo Ffab0 (pronounced “fab zero”) recently launched the English edition of a mobile learning app focused on Ruby and Ruby on Rails, called Pocket Programming.
Startups – giving stuff away for free is the best marketing tool. This story demonstrates why. Austin has been named the best American city for startups, according to a report by the Kauffman Foundation
The tech startup space has been red hot in Canada and the United States of late, but is it getting too hot? Several key players in the startup world think so – and predict there could soon be a shakeout.
For startups that want to stick around, growth and sustainability are the goals. But growing like Facebook or Twitter is far more difficult in reality. According to the Small Business Administration, about
Funding platform AngelList is set to announce a deal with China-based private equity firm CSC Venture Capital on Monday that will see it birth a new $400 million fund for early-stage startup investments,
You might make a daily to-do list, but have you considered project lists or outsource lists? Here’s what to write down to get the most done. Your brain is for thinking, not for storing a long list of things
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Entrepreneurs often ask me why investors expect financial projections for a new startup even before the product is built and while the market
There’s a sucker born every day — or so they say. But the way startup fever has been spreading across the land, it almost feels more like there’s a Zuckerberg being born every day. And that feeling is
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Taking the plunge from full-time employee to business owner is no small feat. To move from a stable job with a steady income to one where
Marketing automation software penetration is still on the wrong side of “woeful.” Even if you reduce the total marketplace to B2B organizations alone — those that are more likely to use a marketing automation
Census numbers reveal the driving force in women's entrepreneurship. Women are starting companies at a faster rate than men, as they have been for years. But you know who's really rocking it? Women of
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. You're reading Entrepreneur Middle East, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media. In the Middle East, failure is a taboo subject.
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. I read a column in the Huffington Post recently that inspired me to tell it like it is. The column broke down some of the myths that continue
Entrepreneurs are secretly envied by those who prefer a cushy corporate life. Here's why. Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. As Elton
Obscured in the valuation dust of the current unicorn stampede is a key question: What actually makes a great company great? What do the future Facebooks, Googles and Apples have in common — not to mention
Google today updated Google Slides for Android with support for streaming via Google Hangouts; you can download the new app now directly from Google Play. The company also updated Google Keep for Android
Millions of people make a living without ever setting foot in an office. Particularly in technology, companies are moving away from just outsourcing rote tasks to remote workers and toward building entirely
Got a startup idea? That and some cash is all you need to get a fully functional app built for you by Gigster. Launching today, Gigster is a full-service development shop, rather than a marketplace where
Silicon Valley didn't happen by accident. A terrific new exhibition has opened in Washington DC's National Museum of American History, and in it, a section dedicated to the area on the US west coast which
IDEAS Shane Parrish writes Farnam Street “The art of leadership is saying no, not yes. It’s very easy to say yes.” — Tony Blair Tony Blair isn’t the only one who thinks that. So does Steve Jobs and Warren
SimplyInsured, which helps small businesses compare and purchase employee health insurance plans, has closed a Series A of $5.9 million led by Polaris Partners, with participation from Bessemer Venture