Aereo, a company that lets you watch live and recorded television on any device, is suing CBS in a David-and-Goliath-style battle.
From Jay Gatsby to J.C. Wiatt, we look at several of the most popular entrepreneurs from books, movies and TV shows.
A new device called Telepathy One focuses on real-time video broadcasting.
With a rocket-powered test flight, the billionaire's space transportation company moves closer to its goal of shuttling tourists into space by 2014.
The new institute will be part of Cornell Tech, a graduate school expected to attract top students and create new local companies.
A timeline of the life and career of Shawn 'Jay-Z' Carter, who transformed himself into a $450-million brand.
Former NASA engineer strives to offer every company its own private cloud.
With $9.5 million in funds from investors, the serial entrepreneur predicts her latest tech startup will encourage people to rediscover their sense of wonder.
Grom Social is a network for kids, Facebook's more lucrative Hacker Cup, a Pinterest for cats and more.
With $1.1 million in seed funding, a new startup is connecting students electronically with tutors from top universities.
The entrepreneurs behind two recent documentary films about U.S. start-up culture talk about how they made the films and why they matter.
Customer loyalty is important to small business -- but what consumer wants yet another rewards card? Logan LaHive's venture-backed startup offers a digital solution.
A site once reserved for woodworkers to advertise their services is today helping young-entrepreneur makers quit their jobs -- and still earn a living.
Jay Nemeth of FlightLine Films explains why he got into aerospace cinematography before there was a demand for it.
These three strategic choices allowed the mobile-transactions startup to become a major player in just three years.
As more average folks and celebrities alike find reasons to go gluten-free, more business owners are reaping the rewards of this once niche market.
Young entrepreneurs like Austin Hackett of CrowdHall and Julie Sygiel of Underbrella are finding success outside their college degrees.
After a recent blog post detailing the vagaries of life at startups hit the web, we asked young treps to share their own experiences as start-up employees.
To spur added innovation in the U.S., some support giving academics more freedom to start up. Here's a look at the argument for and against the idea.